During such a difficult and unprecedented time Buckingham Parish Church has strived to help as many people within the church family and the local community as possible.
- From fairly early on we switched to our 'Summer Sundays' service times and have delivered wonderful services online via our YouTube
page. This will continue and with 3 services a week, you are spoiled for choice!
Service times are currently Wednesdays 10am, Sunday 10am and Sunday 5pm.
The big ring round
– During the first two weeks of lock down the staff team had the privilege of speaking to almost all of our church family. We were able to quickly establish who needed help and who could offer to support others. Phone calls and emails have continued and this has become a lifeline for those who are lonely and/or vulnerable.
– as a result of the ring round people have been able to shop and collect prescriptions for those who cannot get out. This is also continuing. If you need shopping or prescriptions collected please contact Jo Wigley here
– a dedicated group of people have been praying for all those affected by the corona virus. If you would like to submit a prayer request please do so here
– children and families and youth ministries have all gone online. They have their own Facebook page, Instagram and YouTube channels. Pyjama Prayers, Youth Verse of the Day, and Big Brave Bible are just a few things you will see there.
- During the current covid 19 crisis donations of non perishable food to the Food Bank
can be made on Tuesday mornings between 10 am and 12 noon at the car park entrance of The Centre in Verney Close.
Financial donations can be made please contact Keith Croxton on 01280 815100 for details.
– Zoom has become a great place to have prayer meetings every weekday morning at 9am and we have also been using it to have a virtual coffee and chat after watching each service online. Please click here
to see when you can next zoom in!
Five members of staff have been furloughed and their responsibilities shared around the remaining team.
If you feel unwell and develop a fever, please call 111 for advice.
To help prevent the spread of infection, please follow general best practice as outlined by Public Health England.
If you have a need, please email email@example.com