Important information relating to our services: We are open for Sunday services of Holy Communion at 10am and 11.30am and a Wednesday service at 10.30am for Holy Communion BCP. There are limited spaces so you must book a place for one of our services, as explained below.
Great news! Church is open! It is a joy, and a privilege to welcome people back to church. Our numbers may be small, there may be no riotous singing, but our prayers are fervent and heartfelt, and we have all found such solace in getting back to share worship together. A wonderful blessing, and one, I am not ashamed to say, that had brought more than one tear to my eye, it has been lovely to see people, even if their faces are half obscured by masks!
Due to restrictions, we are limited to the number of people who can attend each service. Therefore, you must book your place by either phoning me on either 07957 334562 or 01772 727208, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not book a place you will not be able to come into church because of the limited numbers. And if you are joining us, please wear a face covering. Thank you.
This guidance explains the restrictions in place at this present time, which we must adhere to. If you want to see a copy of the PCC's Risk Assessment for opening church please contact me.
With my love and every blessing to you all.
‘A vibrant worshipping church, learning and growing together,
welcoming all, sharing God's love whilst serving our community'
Because of Covid-19 I will continue with daily prayer in church, alone, at 8:30 and 16.00. Please join in, by praying with me at home.
Monday: Psalm 22: 23-28, Matthew 9: 9-13
Tuesday: Psalm 119: 1-8, Luke 8: 19-21
Wednesday: Psalm 119: 105-112, Luke 9: 1-6
Thursday: Psalm 90: 1-6, Luke 9: 7-9
Friday: Psalm 144: 1-4, Luke 9: 18-22
Saturday: Psalm 90: 1-2,12-end, Luke 9: 43b-45
Although St Margaret's Church has re-opened, there are limited spaces. If you can't join in person, you can either worhsip at home, using the Liturgy, or join a livestream Sunday service. See below for details.
10.30am – informal, contemporary evangelical service from St James' Clitheroe (then click 'watch live' to be redirected)
10.30am – sung parish mass from St Mary's Kenton
9.30am and 6pm – contemporary band-led service from Buckingham Parish Church
Morning prayer on Church of England website (this is also available to download as an App for your phone)
There is also a Sunday service on radio 4 at 8.10am and on the TV, Songs of Praise.
"Serve wholeheartedly as if you were serving the Lord”
St Margaret's Church