•     Welcome to Calne                         
    CALNE is a small town in the north of the Salisbury Diocese.
    Set in attractive countryside to the west of the Marlborough Downs.  

    The population is growing rapidly - much faster than the average for Wiltshire as a whole - and it is this factor which, more than any other, provides the parish with an exciting challenge. 

     Three Churches one Family
    We have three churches in our parish, Including the impressive Grade 1 listed St Mary's in the middle of Calne, the cosy Grade 2 listed St Peter's tucked away in Blackland and Holy Trinity in Quemeford.  We do many activities together and see    ourselves as one big family.
     
    We look forward to welcoming you.

    Our 3 Churches offer a wide range of opportunities for worship and fellowship. The Eucharist (Holy Communion) is central: The Common Worship services(Modern Language) are used throughout the Parish, and the Book of Common Prayer is used regularly at St. Peter's.

    See the calendar page for information about services and events.

    Click here to see the Salisbury Diocese Newsletter - Grapevine
    We have a vacancy for an Associate Priest.  Click here to see the advertisment.

    Don't forget to register for the world's largest living nativity scene on 3rd December.  Go to www.calne.gov.uk for more information.

    Help the Parish finances by going to www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/stmarycalne and registering yourself for donations from companies to go to 'St Mary the Virgin Parish Church'.

    To make a donation to the work of the Parish of Calne and Blackland, or towards the maintenance of its buildings, click on the button below

     

     

    See the Noticeboard page or Calendar for more information about current events.

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