Bloomin' Brilliant! Holy Trinity Church Cookham flower festival - see the fantastic displays here
Pilgrimage for Oberammergau 2020.
3 years is a long time
away, but if we don’t
commit now we won’t
get our choice of seats,
hotels etc. We’ve negotiated
this trip to the
play, departing 2nd Sept
2020, followed by 5
nights in Northern Italy.
Deposit refundable until Jan 2019 Brochures are available at the back of
church or downloadable from the websites.
Limited numbers! Don’t delay book
NOW. Lorna Sykes
for more information click here
Syrian Refugee Appeal
Mens clothing urgently required on the Greek island of Chios. Men’s toiletries (new please) Jeans/joggers/long shorts Shoes/trainers/sandals, Hats Holdalls/rucksacks Tshirts/hoodies Pants and socks (only new please) Various dry food items e.g. cereal bars, couscous, lentils,nuts,dried fruit. Donations to HTC office. Thanks, Alison.
Stanley Spencer Poetry Competition
There is a display in St Clement’s Chapel of the winning three poems from this year’s Cookham Festival’s Stanley Spencer poetry competition.
Names now please for 'A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land' 25th Sept to 4th Oct 2018.
Lead by Fr Nick
A 10 day tour based in Jerusalem and
25th Sept to 4th Oct 2018
Basic cost, excluding insurance and
transport to and from the airport,
£2095 (based on 2 people sharing).
Booking forms available at the back of
church. Only £200 required to secure
your place, then over 15 months to save
up the balance!
Full details on the booking brochure or
speak to Fr Nick. Monthly payments
available if required.
Children's Holiday Camp. We shall be holding our
4th CKHC event from 24–
28th July at HTC.
this year was 'Showstoppers" - which
brings alive the 5 stories of Creation,
David and Goliath, Daniel in the lion’s
den, the Birth of Jesus, and his Crucifixion
and Resurrection. It will comprise a
fun packed schedule of Bible stories,
drama, sports, craft, song and music
activities. We anticipate over 100 primary
school age children will attend.
Thank you to all our volunteers and all the children for coming Chris, Christine and Angela
Church stall at community events