Important information relating to our services: Church has re-opened for Sunday services, with Wednesday services recommencing 14 April - see below for how to book and reserve your seat.
‘A vibrant worshipping church, learning and growing together,
welcoming all, sharing God's love whilst serving our community'
Following the sad news of the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, chuch will be open for private prayer for one hour between Wednesday 14 April to Friday 16 April at 2.00 - 3.00pm. Bookings are not required for private prayer.
There will also be a service at 6.00pm on Friday 16 April to celebrate his life and service to our Queen and nation.
As spaces are limited you must book to reserve your seat by phoning 01772 727208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To help keep you as safe as possible restrictions still remain in place; social distancing, masks must be worn and track and trace systems remain in place.
Stay safe. With every blessing
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 2: 1-9; John 3: 1-8
Tuesday: Psalm 93; John 3: 7-15
Wednesday: Psalm 34: 1-8; John 3: 16-21
Thursday: Psalm 34: 1,15-end; John 3: 31-end
Friday: Psalm 27: 1-5,16-17; John 6: 1-15
Saturday: Psalm 33: 1-5,18-19; John 6: 16-21
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.
Home Liturgy: Sunday 11 April - Second Sunday after Easter (PDF)
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