St Augustine’s Coffee Shop, Eastcombe– coffee and biscuits,
with bric-a-brac, books and clothes on sale
10.00am every first Thursday of the month
St Augustine’s was built originally as a chapel of ease by Thomas Keble, vicar of Bisley, when it was also used as the village school. The church now seats about 75 people.
St Augustine’s coffee shop runs on the first Thursday morning of the month. It has a ‘drop in’ approach with coffee and refreshments as well as the sale of clothes and bric-a-brac. Attendance is strong and it is working as a great point of connection between the parish and the community.
The church is usually locked during the week but can be viewed by request.
The parish also arranges “Messy Church” several times a year in the local primary school.