Colnbrook, Horton and Wraysbury

St Thomas, Colnbrook is a warm, friendly and welcoming church at the heart of a multicultural village. It has a small but faithful congregation and eucharistic worship with modern and traditional elements. Once a month it has Fun on Sunday family service with its own congregation. St Thomas’ hosts all large events for the village and has positive and engaging relationships with its 2 primary schools The church has a quiet garden, has good ecumenical relationships, hosts the Zimbabwean Apostolic Church and the local scout troops.

Facebook link – https://www.facebook.com/stthomascolnbrook/

“The purpose of our church is to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and to increase the Christian family through our prayers, our worship, and our God centred lives”

St Michael, Horton is a Grade 1 church at the heart of Horton village. Significant numbers of Romany Travellers live in the parish. There is a small but committed congregation. Worship is Eucharistic and traditional. The annual Travelling Home service reaches out to the Romany community.

Website link – http://www.stmichaels-horton.org/

St Andrew, Wraysbury is a suburb with a primary school, shops and a population of about 3,000. Worship is a mix of ancient and modern, largely Eucharistic but with a monthly band led New Life Service. Activities include Little Lambs toddler group, Stitch sewing group, Pop In for the elderly, home groups and others.

Website link – https://www.standrewswraysbury.co.uk/

Ministers: In vacancy