Summer Sermon Series Stretching over 4 weeks: 1 July – 22 July Listen again to all the talks. *The readings that have asterisks are the readings for TGIS and key readings for the series. July 1st ‘All we have comes from God’ *James 1: 2 – 17 & Mark 5: 21 – end [5th Sunday […]
The Aylesbury Deanery is holding a series of talks during Lent on the subject of ‘What is the Church for?’ On Tuesday 16th February, Bishop Alan gave the first of these talks – ‘What is the Church’ – at St Mary’s. The talks are available below for those who weren’t able to make it on […]
To listen to Reverend David’s annual review of St Mary’s and St Peter’s please click here and to see his PowerPoint presentation just follow this link.
How can we look at life as a remarkable journey, with birth and death as the bookends? With this week of FREE events, we aim to get local people across Princes Risborough, rural Buckinghamshire, to take part in an extremely human conversation about death, pain, dying, and to view being mortal through a different lens. We […]
A Jewish Book of Comfort: Three Thousand Years of Wisdom and Experience Every human life experiences times of pain and distress, loss and suffering. Those within a faith tradition naturally turn to sacred texts for uplift, inspiration and comfort. Rabbi Dr Middleburgh, Dean of Leo Baeck College and former resident of Lacey Green, will […]
Rev. David and Jo Williams, Sally Edwards and Emma Newell had the privilege of visiting Uganda back in October, would very much like to invite anybody who would like to come, to an ‘African Experience’. This will be taking place on Wednesday, 26th November at 7.30pm in St. Mary’s Church, Princes Risborough. Please invite your […]
Then Time To Raise a Smile and Serve God Joyfully. Did you hear the one about the parrot and the 95 year-old lady – if not listen to David Williams talk in the latest TGIS service on the 24th August by CLICKING HERE.
If you missed David’s address to the recent Annual Meeting, or would like to read it again, you can download it from this link APCM Rector’s Address April 2014.