3 Counties Church

About us


We at 3 Counties Church are a group of people with different life stories who are journeying together, as we discover the love of God and how he can transform our lives.


This journey began in 1966 with just four families who met in the St John’s Ambulance Hut in Haslemere.  Not content just to have their own lives transformed, their passion for sharing the good news of Jesus led to the church outgrowing their modest surroundings and purchasing the old Methodist Church by Haslemere Station.  Since then, our church services have been held in various community buildings around the town, including Haslemere Hall, before we settled in our current church building in Linchmere Road.


Whilst locations and styles of worship may have changed over the years, the passion and heart of the church remain the same.  We want the culture at 3 Counties Church to be missional, supernatural, sacrificial and one of friendship and fun. Our vision is to:

  • Love God
  • Develop authentic relationships with one another
  • Impact our communities with God's love and power


Although we have never joined a particular denomination, we have always sought out and been blessed by Godly external input. Our present leadership team have been influenced by the Anglican Church HTB and the Vineyard. They are mentored by Pete Gilbert, an evangelist and church planter who also runs a discipleship course called DNA.  Pete is a regular visitor to the Church and has given us invaluable help over recent years.  We are also a member of the Evangelical Alliance.  Whilst we may be an 'independent' church, we very much see ourselves as a part of the wider Church of Jesus.  Over the years we have played a major role in drawing together other churches in the town and we currently work together with other local churches in our youth work and with both the Wave and Healing on the Streets community outreaches. 


Whatever your age, background, beliefs and experiences of God, you will find a warm welcome at 3 Counties Church - come and try our Sunday morning service at 10.15am.  You can connect with us in other ways and contact us to find out more.