Holy Trinity Church, Cookham

Serving at the Heart of Your Community

A community enriched by Christian faith, worship and values

Holy Trinity Church and St John the Baptist Cookham Dean together form The Benefice of The Cookhams.  The two churches work together for the whole community under the same Ministry Team. Whoever you are, wherever you are from, whatever your background, you are welcome here, and you will always be welcome in our church.

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This course will challenge you...I Daniel Blake

Would you fight back… or give in? 

Nothing More and Nothing Less is a new and original Lent Course which uses the powerful, multi-award winning film I, Daniel Blake, as an opportunity for us to question why so many people in our society are suffering, what causes injustice and oppression – looking at examples from Jesus’ time as well as today – and what we can do in response.

The course is based around five weekly group sessions entitled:

1.  Systems of Oppression

2.  Staying Human

3.  Compassion in the Darkness

4.  Fighting Back or Giving In?

5.  The Suffering Servant

Film has now been shown at HTC and SJB

How does it work?

· There will be five weekly meetings during Lent. These will be held in ‘house’ groups at various times

· Clips from the film will be used to trigger discussions based on this fantastic resource for drawing powerful lessons

· The course costs £10 which includes a copy of the book and materials. 


House group meetings will begin the week commencing Monday 2nd March for 5 weeks through to Friday 3rd April

What to do next?

Pick up a form from Holy Trinity or Saint John the Baptist and return it to the Parish Office. For further information contact the Parish Office: 01628 529661 or click here to email 

Cookham Kids Holiday Club 27th - 31st July 2020

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Our Carol Services by Candlelight for Advent (1st December 2019), Christmas (Christmas Day 2019) and Epiphany (12th January 2020) raised a combined total of £2178.67 for Alzheimer’s Society. Thank you very much to everyone who attended and who gave so generously.







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                More information at
https://www.oxford.anglican.org/safeguarding/safeguarding-handbook/                                                                    and diocese safeguarding page https://www.oxford.anglican.org/safeguarding/