Chilworth is on the outskirts of Southampton, and is similar to the city insofar as its residents come from many different cultures and follow a variety of religions and spiritual paths.  The links below may be useful to newcomers, and possibly even to established residents.  If your particular spiritual path, be it theistic or not, isn’t represented here then please get in touch and it will be added.

For an appreciation of the faiths of others, why not take a look at the website of the Southampton Council of Faiths?


st-swithun-wellsThere is no Roman Catholic church within Chilworth, but the village falls within the RC parish of St Swithun Wells in the diocese of Portsmouth.  Details of RC churches in the area may be found here.


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Church of England

st-denysThe website for the parishes of Ampfield, Chilworth and North Baddesley may be found here.  Part of Chilworth falls within the CofE parish of North Stoneham and Bassett, information about which may be found here.


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vedic-templeThe nearest Hindu temple is in Northam, and details may be found here.


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South Hampshire Humanists’ main meetings take place at The Pavilion, Residents’ Gardens, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1QU. More information may be found here.


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medina-mosqueThere are two mosques in Southampton, the Medina Mosque and the Abu Bakr Jamia Masjid Mosque being respectively the first purpose built and one of the largest in Southern England. abu-bakr




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singh-sabhaThere are two Gurdwaras in Southampton, Gurdwara Nanaksar and Singh Sabha Gurdwara.



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