Welcome to the Swanage & Studland Team Ministry

We welcome everyone to Sunday services in person in all four churches of the Swanage and Studland Team Ministry.   The format of services is gradually returning to normal, with congregational singing, and choirs coming together again, but we are advising the wearing of face coverings, especially when moving around the churches before and after services.  Some on-line services do continue, though we are reducing them as services in the churches are being attended close to pre-pandemic numbers. The service streamed at 10.30 a.m. at All Saints' each Sunday continues - please go to www.allsaints-swanage.org, and for that on zoom some Sundays at 6.30 p.m. at St Nicholas' email for the link: revtonyhiggins@btinternet.com.  

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Services

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News & Events

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Need to get in contact?

The following link has contact details of people (including for concerns regarding SAFEGUARDING FOR CHILDREN & VULNERABLE ADULTS) from all four Anglican churches in Swanage and Studland.

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St Mary's Church

The Church of St Mary the Virgin is the ancient parish church of Swanage. Built of Purbeck stone for which the town and district are famous...

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All Saints Church

All Saints is a lively evangelical church with a vision to 'See the Kingdom of God come in power through the transformation of our community'...

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St Mark's Church

St. Mark’s Church is situated in Herston which forms the western part of Swanage.

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St Nicholas' Church, Studland

The Parish Church of Studland. Please take time to be still, pray, and get to know our church and its surroundings...

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