Now that the lockdown is lifting we have resumed joint online and in person Sunday worship. Our pattern at this time is to meet weekly at St. Peter's 10am, live and online on also we will also be  at St. Anne's monthly (in person only), first Sunday at 8.30am. No need to book if you are joining us in person. Or join us for worship from home, where you can sing as loudly as you like. Hear the word of God read for us by members of our congregation, listen to and participate in our sermons, and be led in prayer by children and adults who are part of the team. 

Normally ... You would find a warm welcome at all our services and most end with a time of fellowship over coffee.  Our service styles vary, so find one that helps you to worship. 

St. Anne's enjoys the rich tradition of Church of England worship.  You will find a  less formal style of worship service at St. Peter's in the evening. In everything we do we expect to encounter the risen Lord Jesus. Do come and join us!

We are following church and Government guidelines during the Coronavirus pandemic. You can find our plan here

Sunday Services (see links above to join virtual worship)

St Anne's Church, Wycombe Marsh
8.30am Holy Communion (a shorter said service)
10.00am Holy Communion (with hymns and provision for children each Sunday)

St Peter's Church, Micklefield
6.00pm Evening Worship (Holy Communion 2nd Sunday of every month)

Regular Weekday Services

St Anne's Church,  Wycombe Marsh
Tuesday, 9.30am - Service of Morning Prayer

St Peter's Church, Micklefield
Wednesday, 9.30am - Holy Communion (a shorter said service)

Children's Worship

Little Steps

Each week children from age 3 upwards meet to enjoy learning more about Jesus together. In our warm and welcoming vestry, whilst the adults listen to the bible readings and sermon, children play games, sing songs and hear stories about Jesus. Together they learn to talk with God in prayer. After forty minutes or so the children return to the adults to join in the communion prayer and receive a blessing at the altar rail as the adults take communion.

On the first Sunday of the month the children are welcomed to the All Age service, so that they can take part in the songs, special all age talk and  shorter communion.