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Hambleden Parish Church
This beautiful 12th century cruciform church stands at the heart of one of the most attractive villages in the Chiltern hills in Buckinghamshire.
Hambleden Parish Church is first and foremost a home to a thriving family of Christians who regularly gather here to worship God and to find inspiration for daily life. As a wonderful church set in a beautiful valley we also enjoy making welcome many hundreds of visitors annually. We would love to welcome you.
Lychgate decorated for
Harvest 2020 photo Mardi Wilkins
New stained glass
window in South Transept designed and painted by Patrick Reyntiens 2015.
Dedication Ceremony 20th Jan 2017 with Rector Stephen Southgate and Father Anthony
hear the bells
Julia Lacey’s ginger cake, in the form of the parish church was judged the showstopper entry in the Great Hambleden Bake Off - fundraising competition for this project
Happy Circus in the field behind the church 7.9.2013
Charles Gray, Christine
Wells, and Harry Sloper received Maundy Money from The Queen at
Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford 28.3.2013
Some photos of
Confirmation with Bishop Steven Croft of Oxford 20.1.19
Harvest Festival 2018
New altar frontal in the Lady chapel
Fundraising Pop up Bakery run by Claire Pelling and helpers 4.2.17
Christmas swag hung 17.12.2015
John and Rachel's farewell service 4.1.2015
Wycombe Civic Service 23.3.2014
This swag was created
to celebrate the birth of the royal baby -
Queen's Diamond Jubilee
street party 4.6.2012
at Pheasant's Ridge Oct 2009
On Thurs 7 June 2007 there was a 7.30pm Choral Eucharist for the Feast of Corpus Christi and afterwards refreshments in the Parish Hall to celebrate Christine Wells' 50 years as organist at Hambleden.
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