|Denomination||Church of England|
|Former name(s)||St Peter's Church|
|Parish||Busbridge and Hambledon|
|Episcopal area||Guildford (Bishop of Guildford)|
|Vicar(s)||Catherine McBride (Associate Vicar), Margot Spencer, David Mace, James Gibson, Andy Spencer, John Postill, David Jenkins|
Hambledon Church as it is known locally (historically known as St Peters), is an evangelical Anglican Church in Hambledon, Surrey, United Kingdom. Hambledon Church is part of a parish with Busbridge Church in the village of Godalming, Surrey. Together Busbridge and Hambledon Church have six Sunday congregations ranging from traditional to modern and contemporary services.  The benefice of Hambledon Church was originally in the Diocese of Winchester but is now part of the Diocese of Guildford. The Patrons are the Martyrs Memorial and Church of England Trust.
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Hambledon Church was founded by Ranaulf Flambard before 1086. There are detailed records of Christian worship taking place on the site since before the 1300s. A roll of Rectors on the West wall of the church records Rectors from 1301 to the present Rector (2010) and vicar with special responsibility in the village (2012).
9:30am Heritage Service
11:00am Contemporary Service
Contemporary and relaxed style with groups for children on all Sundays except the first of each month. On the first Sunday there is an all age service with Messy Church activities, craft and worship. Music is led by a band. Holy Communion is offered on the third Sunday of each month.