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Welcome to Southampton!

We’re excited to welcome you to the city and help you feel at home. Our vision as a team is to help every student in Southampton to know, love, and follow Jesus.

Students 2020

Get in touch:

Email Callom

Complete a Welcome Form


On Sundays you will find many students at the 11:15am service. To allow everyone in the church to attend in a secure way, you can currently only attend once a fortnight. On weeks when a student cannot go to a physical service we are still gathering in groups of six in homes to watch the service together and maybe even have a meal! To find out more about how Sunday services are currently working click here.

We want to be a community that is hungry for God and for his word. We host midweek student
small groups (Hungry groups), every Wednesday evening at 7.30pm at 69 Above Bar St. We pray, play games, and study the Bible together. Please enter the building via the Ogle Road side entrance. You don’t need to register in advance.

We encourage students to link up with other people in the church community. Some students meet
up one-to-one with an older Christian who helps them grow as a follower of Jesus. We also love to
link students up with families, to engage with church together.

Twice a year, we spend a weekend together; one in Southampton, and one (hopefully) on the Isle of
Wight. These are great opportunities to deepen friendships with one another and grow in our
relationship with God.

To find out more you can:

Join our Facebook group

We post weekly about events coming up and students can share for the community to see.

Follow us on Instagram


We’ll share about what God is doing amongst our students

The Team:

Callom Harkrader 2019
Callom heads up young adult ministry in the church. He loves food, dogs, sports, and convincing people the American pronunciation/spelling is better.
Tim Feeney 2020
Tim has just graduated from Engineering at the University of Southampton. He lives a stone’s throw from campus and enjoys hot chocolate, swimming and board games.
Jenny Goon 2020
Jenny has just completed a Chemistry degree at Southampton University and is really looking forward to volunteering with the church this year. She enjoys walking around and exploring Southampton and the surrounding areas and loves anything that contains chocolate.
Megan Cooper 2019
Meg studied Social Policy at the University of Kent and moved to Southampton the summer after she graduated. This September she started her first of two years as a ‘STEP worker’ and she’s pumped about it! She loves coffee and cake, Gilmore Girls and house plants (which she tries to keep alive the best she can).

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