The Church Office is open from 9-12 Monday to Thursday

Congratulations to Caroline Everitt, Colin McBride, Gill Hart, and Robert Hart who were duly elected to the PCC and Beryl Doran, elected to Deanery Synod. Full details are in the Monthly Herald. There are still potentil places open of you want to stand! Please see new PCC secretary Gill Hart or the Rector if you are interested.

Thank you to everyone who contibuted to a very rewarding and uplifting Holy Week and Easter here at Holy Trinity. We had a very full week, with refletive services as well as the drama of Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Liz in the office did an amazing job co-ordinating the liturgy and the supplies we needed. The flowers were lovely. Holy Satuday was a wonderful day for our church—a fantastic morning of Easter Activities in the morning, and a beautiful uplifting service with a truly great choir in the evening, and the canapes were lovely too! Children and music were also to the fore on Easter Day. Thank you to everyone who participated.

There are no midweek services this week (Monday 22nd to Friday 26th). Toddlers will run on Thursday 25th April though as the local schools go back immediately after Easter this year.

On Sunday 28th April we shall be welcoming Ian Sansbury as our guest preacher at the 9.30am and 11.15am services. Ian is a recently licensed Lay Minister at St Mary’s Wendover and is Chief Executive of The Pace Centre in Stoke Mandeville, a charity that provides support and education for children with cerebral palsy and their families. Ian will be telling us about Pace’s work and will share some perspectives on disability and faith.

Please try and support some of these events happening locally....

Sunday 28th April 12-2pm Two course lunch hosted by The King’s Church. No charge but donations welcome. There will also be a short film on the work of Christian Aid and a half hour service after the meal for those who would like to attend. To book a place for lunch contact Philippa 866439 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Saturday 4th May 10.30am-noon Coffee morning with sale of plants, cakes and preserves at Lee Common Methodist Church

Saturday 11th May 3pm High Tea at Holy Trinity, Prestwood

‘Posh tea’ in china cups with a variety of sandwiches, cakes and scones with jam and cream. Tickets £8.50 from Maggie Page 863176 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sunday 12th May 8.30am Bacon Butty Breakfast at Oldham Hall, Great Missenden

Also Sunday 12th May Fill the Font at the 9.30 Morning Service at Holy Trinity

Monday 13th May 12-2pm Soup and cake lunch at The Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in the Damien Hall. Cost £8 from Mary Cadman 863352 or 07765 567305

Saturday 18th May 10.30am Red ball tennis tournament at Great Missenden Lawn Tennis Club. Entry fee £10. A fun and easy tennis tournament open to players of all abilities and children aged 12 and over. Coffee and cakes and bar from midday. To enter or for further details please email Vivian at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Sunday 19th May 2pm Walk and Cream Tea at Little Missenden Church. Walk starts at 2pm and Cream Teas are served between 2.30-5pm.. Enjoy either of both. No need to book, suggested donation of £5 adult, £10 family. For more information contact Joan Craig 864651

And don’t forget there will be a street collection on 11th May. If you have previously done House to House this is a far easier task than that so if you can spare an hour or two on 11th May please let Maggie Page know.

As of April 7th we are singing the response in the eucharistic prayer that begins 'Great is the mystery of faith...'. Known as the Memorial Acclamation this response became common in the Eastern liturgies of the eucharist that developed in the early church. It forms part of the eucharistic prayer known by the Greek word Anamnesis. This is the part of the prayer that is about remembering what Jesus did at the Last Supper. For Christians 'remembering' in this way is not just rehearsing or repeating something that happened a long time ago—it is about re-entering and participating in the events recounted. We experience them for ourselves as real ways by which we share in the life of God. We do this in bread and wine, which, remembered, become for us the body and blood of Christ.

The men’s breakfast will meet 8-30am to 10-00am on a Saturday once a month, commencing in May and omitting August. There will be an invited speaker to talk on their specialist subject at each meeting. We will supply the food (full English!) at a price to cover the costs of £5.

The dates for 2019 will be:
11 May 1 June 13 July 7 September 5 October 2 November

All gentlemen welcome!

Saturday 27th APRIL 7.30pm at Holy Trinity Prestwood. 
Come and see some ‘old’ favourites plus some new acts. Tickets £10 including glass of wine or juice available in church on Sundays, at the post office, or phone 01494 866173.

John Smith has taken some stunning aerial photos of Holy Trinity, using his drone. Check them out at

If you have a church key, or would like to help keep the church open during the day and get a key, please go to Follow the simple instructions to sign up for specific occasions to lock or unlock the church. Please help us keep the church open on those days when we need some help!

Many people would like to sponsor the church flowers or music on a particular Sunday in memory of a loved one. If you would like to sponsor flowers or music then please speak to the Rector, a church warden or contact Liz in the office to make the arrangements. Suggested sponsorship is £30 for flowers or music for £50, but other donations are also welcome.

If you are arranging a church event that uses the Church Hall or Cottage please don't forget to book it! The only way to book the Church Hall or Cottage is to go through the Bookings Secretary. The hall is booked on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no automatic bookings, so everybody has to book. Don't forget!

The Parish Office is open from 9-12 am on Monday to Thursday for parish business. It is open from 9-12 am on Friday for Preschool business.

The church has lots of equipment—for cleaning, cooking and maintenance. Please make sure you know how to use equipment before you do. This may be as simple as familiarising yourself with the instructions, but with dangerous or complex equipment training is required. Scrub-bashing days are also training days for all the powered garden equipment.

Please support us by donating securely online and help fund the work of Holy Trinity, Prestwood.

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The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Holy Trinity, Prestwood is a registered charity, no. 1129233.

Holy Trinity, Prestwood is an Inclusive Church. We are part of the Church of England.
We are in the Oxford diocese and the Wendover Deanery.

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