Carisbrooke Priory

Carisbrooke Priory

Carisbrooke Priory on the Isle of Wight is a House of Prayer and Christian Healing. The Priory’s vision is to offer to anyone a place to find peace of mind, to relieve and prevent sickness and distress, through listening and prayer, and to advance the Christian faith.

About us

Tea Room

Our Tea Room is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10.00 a.m. until 4.00 p.m. (last orders (3.45 p.m.)

Lunch is served from 12.00 until 2.00 p.m., when home made quiche and sandwiches are served in the summer months, with home made soup, jacket potatoes and sandwiches available in the winter months.

Hot and cold drinks, and a range of delicious cakes, many of which are home made, are available throughout the day.

Tea Room


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Open Door Meetings Our Services of Worship are held on the first Thursday of the month.  The service begins at Noon, and refreshments are served in the tea room from 11.00 a.m.  If you would like to, you can bring along a packed lunch, and we can continue our fellowship in the tea room after…

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House of Prayer

You are invited to receive prayer for healing, with members of the Priory team.

Those seeking prayer may do so for themselves or on behalf of others.

Christian Healing

The Priory welcomes everyone and especially those looking for peace of mind.

Some may be searching for meaning and direction in their lives, while others are as much interested in helping as being helped.


Our shop is open Tuesday to Friday, 10.00am to 4.00pm.

We stock a large selection of secondhand books, hand made cards, seasonal items, good quality second-hand goods.

Support Us

Carisbrooke Priory depends upon gifts mainly from individuals.

You can use this button to make a donation to the Carisbrooke Priory Trust using PayPal.

Our next Open Door Service, 'Creation Groans - Suffering & Healing in Romans 8', led by Bob White, will take place at Noon on Thursday 1st August. Refreshments served from 11.00 am, and if you would like to bring a packed lunch, we can continue fellowship after the service. All welcome.