Woolmer Forest Heritage Society

The Bordon Civilian Churchs of St Marks (CofE) and The Secred Heart (Roman Catholic)

Civilian Churches


St Mark's Shared Church

In 1952 a hutted church was built in Savile Crescent and was dedicated by the C of E to St Mark. The minister was the Rev Clifford Owen. In 1983 a new church was built in conjunction with the new shopping centre in Pinehill Road. This was a shared church between the C of E, the congregational church and the Baptist. The first minister was Rev Hazel.


Old St Marks

Old St Marks Hut


St Marks

(St Marks)


Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church

During the First World War a hut was used on the corner of Kildare Close. This was replaced in 1919 by two huts joined together at the entrance to Quebec Barracks and was dedicated to The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Although on Army land it was used by both the military and civilians. In 1986 a new church was built on the High Street opposite the top of Chalet Hill.


Roman Catholic

(The Old Church)


Roman Catholic

(The New Church)