Corona Virus Pandemic
The government has introduced measures aimed at preventing the further spread of Corona Virus, which include the closure of all non-essential public premises, including places of worship. The church fully supports this action, and so all our public services are suspended and our churches closed until further notice. But we are still active in the community and you can join us on line - details on the right.
Some content on this website may, therefore, be inaccurate
- Read the Parish Magazine on line - June Edition
There will be no house delivery of the magazine whilst social restrictions are in place. Please support our advertisers through our Advertising Gazetteer
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But you can join us on line
on our channel . . .
The Cookhams Worship and Prayer Channel
Recent posts . . .
Eucharist for Trinity Sunday 7th June
Click here for details of on line Bible Study sessions
Other online material can be found here . . .
Oxford Diocese Church at Home
Join in a Service of Daily Prayer
A free national phoneline Daily HOPE has been launched aimed particularly at the over 75s who don’t have access to the internet.
Please pray for :-
If you know anyone without Internet access please pass this number on.
The line will be available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044.
Those who are sick: Margot and Keith Whittle
We need to continue to work together and to pray for each other, showing compassion and resilience and above all, caring especially for those who are marginalised in our societies.
Please continue to support - items most needed are: Tinned meat, tinned fish, tinned tomatoes, tinned vegetables (except sweetcorn), tinned fruit and cooking sauces. Leave donations at your supermarket or in the box outside The Vicarage in Cookham. Other locations are at Cookham Dean Village Hall; 10 Hatch Place; Tamarind, High Road; The Old Ship, Mill Lane; 78 Westwood Green.
In the light of the coronavirus epidemic and for the safety of collectors and residents, Christian Aid have cancelled House to House collections this year. Please click here to donate using a local giving website.