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.

March2020

The church building may be closed,

but we can still worship together.

 We are posting short services and prayers on our Facebook page and YouTube channel 

so that you can pray and worship with us from home. 

Our clergy say Morning and Evening Prayer every day, as near to 9am and 5pm daily. Perhaps you would like to join them in spirit by doing the same?

We have a Facebook page: Holy Trinity Church Cookham where you can join us here for prayers and short video worship

Our clergy will be recording prayers and worship on The Cookhams Worship and Prayer Channel on YouTube 

The Choir have recorded hymns and services  'as live'  before the lockdown for you to listen to here

Oxford Diocese are Live Streaming services.

Daily prayers from the Church of England can be found  here

Compline(a short service of reflection and prayer for the end of the day)  for Thursday 2nd April

We do hope that you can join us in some way to worship during this challenging and difficult time.

Maidenhead FoodShare

Urgent Plea from Maidenhead Foodshare

Foodshare in Maidenhead is still carrying out its vital work with vulnerable people and families by converting itself to a delivery service to comply with safe working. They are in special need of tinned meat, cooking sauces, long life milk, biscuits, dog food, deodorants, toilet rolls and hand sanitisers but any contribution is welcome. So please remember them when shopping in a supermarket where there is a Foodshare deposit point. Other points are on their website but may not be open at the moment. Or if you want to contribute and cannot get to a point the Church office 01628 529661 will arrange a pick up no matter how small. Thank you for all your help.

The Four C's
Bishop Olivia has some suggestions about how we should be:

Calm: the opposite will lead us to do things which might impact seriously on others – like panic buying.

Caring: those who self-isolate, (those in high-risk groups, or who have been in contact with the virus) need to know that we care about them. Phone calls, messages, letters, cards, food left on the doorstep are all signs that we care.

Considerate: let’s look out for one another, and act collectively to prevent the spread. It isn’t just about me, it’s about us.

And of course, Christ-like: let’s live hopefully, love generously and pray earnestly – and let’s bless each other by the way we behave.  

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. 

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                                           Our Policy on Safeguarding is here 
                More information at
https://www.oxford.anglican.org/safeguarding/safeguarding-handbook/                                                                    and diocese safeguarding page https://www.oxford.anglican.org/safeguarding/