INNER CITY PORTSEA PARISHES

(Parishes of All Saints, St. Georgeís and St. Maryís, St Peterís,

St Lukeís and St Thomasís Cathedral, Portsea)

 in the Anglican Diocese of Portsmouth, Hampshire, England

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LINKS

St Maryís

St. georgeís:

Main Website

Hall Website

All saints

St. Peter's

St. Luke's

St thomasís
cathedral


Other Links

Churches in Portsmouth

Anglican Diocese of Portsmouth

Church of England

Pompey Pioneer
(Pioneer Minister
For Inner City)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WELCOME

In 2005 the Parishes of All Saints, St. Georgeís , St. Maryís, St Peterís,and  St Lukeís Portsea in the heart of the City of Portsmouth chose to work collaboratively.    They were drawn together as a cluster as part of the first project plans for Kairos  by the Portsmouth Diocese.  In 2008 they were joined  by the Anglican Cathedral of St Thomasís.    Working together brings not only new energy to the churches but also the recognition that working in partnership, sharing experiences and resources and introducing new styles and connections with the Anglican faith, and celebrating the good things can have a real and lasting positive effect on the communities that surround them.   Networking like this also provides a consultative forum useful when implementing national and local strategies which affect Churches in general.     At the same time the Churches retain their own special, historical and individual identities and activities which can be embraced by the wider communities the partnership serves.

 

Administration and pastoral support for All Saints, St Georgeís and St Maryís in particular is carried out from the an office situated at All Saints Centre in Commercial Road, Portsmouth.  Contact can be made by telephone on 023 92 293020 or by e-mail

 

admin@portseaparishes.org.uk (administrator)

jenny@portseaparishes.org.uk (pastoral support co-ordinator)

 

 

 

The Cluster steering group is responsible for co-ordinating the activities of the cluster sub groups.  Each group meets six times a year.   They are:

 

Ministers Group

Churchwardens Group

Young People, Children, Families and Schools Group

Spirituality Group