On Sunday 17th June, we held our first “Cafe Church”. Pither Hall was full and a delicious breakfast was served giving regular church members and visitors time to get to know each other in a relaxed and friendly environment. We then enjoyed an uplifting time of worship led by […]
Christ Church joined hundreds of other churches throughout the country to support the work of Christian Aid who work tirelessly to alleviate poverty around the world. On Sunday May 13th Siobhan Grimes, Regional Coordinator from Christian Aid, led our morning worship service.
” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Every Easter for many years, Brian Kendrick and the children plant an Easter Resurrection Garden under the tree outside the church beside the Reading road into Henley, as a witness and testimony to the community of the significance of Easter. So everyone passing by can see and appreciate the […]
In spite of a damp, cold and rainy Good Friday, Churches together in Henley met in the town square to praise and thank God for sending His son, Jesus Christ, to be crucified in the greatest demonstration of love ever shown, so that all of mankind could enter to fellowship with Him. Rev. […]
Every year Christ Church holds its Tenebrae service on Maundy Thursday night (the night before Good Friday). This is a time for quiet reflection and appreciation for the suffering of Jesus Christ during his betrayal and crucifixion. Tables were laid out in the form of the cross with candles creating the only light. The service […]
Pastor Roger Cole from D:TWO reading the scripture at the Thursday 8th March Lent service. The service was followed by a light lunch of delicious soup and fruit. Vicar Duncan Carter from Trinity Church spoke on Jesus’ words “I am the good shepherd”. Next Thursday Roger Cole will speak on “I am the way, the […]
We join with “Churches Together in Henley” to remember and celebrate the significance of Good Friday throughout history. Please join us for a short service at 12.00 – 12.30 noon on the Town Square then be welcomed at D:two with hot-cross buns and tea/coffee.
MESSY CHURCH (April) What a brilliant way to engage young people in learning about the Easter message by making chocolate and biscuit based items to represent all the main events of Easter!