Links

Links

The church has links with the following organisations. Links open in new tabs.



HWW Benefice

Hunsdon Church shares its Rector with the churches in Widford and Wareside. Together the parishes are called a United Benefice. This website shows what is happening across the benefice.


Hunsdon Church

Our sister church since 1980


Widford Church

Our sister church since 1980


The Rectory

The Rector’s Blog – musings about life in the world and in the church (on the basis that he’s engaged with both).


The Vicar & Friends

Over the years, the Rector has drawn together a number of local musicians to put on concerts of popular music to raise funds for the churches and other local causes.

Wareside Village

The Village Website, with information about local organisations (website managed by the Church)



Friends of Wareside Church

The Friends of Wareside Church care deeply about the striking and extraordinary church building of Holy Trinity, Wareside.  Their funds provide special assistance towards major projects and regular maintenance of the fabric itself, contributing greatly to the life of the church.


Wareside School

This is a Church of England Primary School. It is a “Voluntary Controlled” school, and there are two “Foundation” governors on the Governing Body to ensure there is Church representation at management level. The Rector frequently leads “Collective Worship” in the school.


The Church of England

This is the denomination of the worldwide Christian Church to which the Wareside church belongs.


St Albans Diocese

Government is facilitated by local authorities (councils) acting in smaller geographical areas like counties.  In the Church of England, the equivalent geographical region to a county is called a Diocese, centred on a Cathedral City where the Bishop has his administration.  We are in St Albans Diocese.


Hertford and Ware Deanery

A deanery is the church governance equivalent of a civic district (like East Herts) which has its own council to represent the people. Our parishes are in the Hertford and Ware Deanery.