Contact the clergy

Rector of Prestwood and Great Hampden
01494 866530
Associate Priest
Assistant Curate
07415 495086
Care and Prayer - Holy Trinity, Prestwood

Did you know you can light a candle and make a prayer request in Holy Trinity, Prestwood? The church is open all day for everyone. You are invited to walk in and up to the altar area, light your candle and write your prayer--or just sit and spend time with God.

Holy Trinity Church provides dedicated teams to aid in the physical and spiritual well-being of the Parish community.  Newcomers are welcomed to the various groups, to participate in outreach, prayer for others, or just reflective meditation.

Pastoral Care

A team of pastoral care visitors calls on those who are sick, either in their homes or in hospital, and may also make follow-up visits after bereavement.   This team is available to anyone in our community, not just church members, as a way to serve all of our parish. For more information or to get involved please contact the Rector.

Transportation for the Elderly

We can provide lifts to bring elderly parishioners to any church service or event. If you would like to volunteer to be a driver or you want to arrange a lift to church please contact us. Volunteer drivers follow our Transport and Lifts Policy.


There is a group of people who hold before God those who have asked for our prayers. To do this we ask you to either contact one of the clergy or fill in a prayer card on the Prayer Tree in the church. On the first Tuesday of the month at 09.30am we hold those requests before God in our Holy Communion service.

If you know of someone for whom you would like us to pray, then please phone or email the Rector of if you prefer, use the Prayer Tree in the church to make any requests known to us. You can also light a candle in church as you pray at the Candle Tree. Jesus is the light of the world, and lighting a candle reminds us that his light shines in all the dark places of the world.

If you would like to join us you would be made most welcome.

There are a number of online resources to help you pray. Take a look at Learning to pray | The Church of England.

Parish Prayer Cycle

Every week we hold different streets in our parish before God, and pray for all those who live in them.

Day of the month Streets remembered in prayer
1st Stocklands Way, Tulkers Close, Shaws Close
2nd Nairdwood Lane, Coulson Court
3rd Church Path, Nairdwood Way, Nairdwood Close, Manor Close
4th Glebelands Close, Peterley Lane
5th Missenden Road, Great Kingshill, The Homestead, Cherry Tree Farm
6th Stag Lane, Robin Close, Lowlands Crescent, The Common, Common Road
7th Fair Fields, Fernside, Heath End Road, Hill Side
8th Birchwood Chase, Hatches Lane, New Road
9th Homelands Gardens, Pipers Lane, Limmers Mead, Timpson Court
10th Honor End Lane, Honorwood Close, Hangings Lane, Kiln Lodge
11th Greenlands Lane, Hotley Bottom Lane, Over Hampden, Potters Close
12th Kiln Road, Beech Lane, Mandeville Road
13th Parliament Close, John Hampden Way, Kiln Close
14th Chequers Lane, Flint Way, The Glebe, Laurel Close, Chequers Drive
15th Moat Lane, Lyndon Close, Moat Drive, Pankridge Drive, Moat Close
16th High Street
17th Maybush Gardens, Peters Close, Rosetree Close, Barley View
18th Green Lane, New Road, Salmons Lane, Green Park, Cherry Close
19th Clare Road, Blacksmith Lane, Graeme Avenue
20th Sixty Acres Road, Honor Road, Orchard Lane
21st Wycombe Road, Pepys Drive, Clarendon Road, Idaho Park, Mill End Close
22nd Perks Lane, Meadow Gate, Hampden Road
23rd Rolls Lane, Denner Hill Farm Road, Bryant’s Bottom Road
24th Hildreth Road, Masons Close, Dwight Close, Dresser Road, Groom Road
25th Gryms Dyke, Hazell Road, Bouquet Close
26th Wrights Lane, Fair Acres, Friars Walk
27th Wren Road, Carrington Way, Wardes Close, Westrick Walk
28th Lodge Lane, Collings Walk, Tetherdown, Widmere Field, Dell Field
29th Greenside, Lawrence Grove
30th Peppard Meadow, Stevens Close, Strawberry Close
31st Give thanks for all of our community and pray for all those in need

Remember, an important part of our church life together is in making appeals to God for those in need of help – and all our prayers are heard. Please hold our church and community in your prayers.

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.

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

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