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  • The High Wycombe Methodist Circuit was originally created in 1815 from at least 5 churches in the Oxford Circuit. Over the years, churches have come and gone, until there are now 9 active churches in the Wye Valley area. The High Wycombe Circuit is part of the Northampton Methodist District. There is a link to their website on the Links page.

    Our Mission

    The High Wycombe Methodist Circuit’s role is to affirm and support the life of the local Churches in worship, mission, service and discipleship.

    The Circuit Leadership Team have prepared a statement about the future. You can read the statement and also see the related God For All leaflet by clicking the links.


    There is a streamed service from Marlow Methodist Church each Sunday at 10.30am. The service from Marlow will be led Rev'd Canon Helen D.Cameron and Rev'd Nick Thompson.
    Please pray with the folk of Marlow Methodist Church as they rededicate the building and begin this new chapter in the life of the Methodist people in the town.

    Previous services can be seen on the Marlow Methodist Church Facebook page 

    There is a streamed service from Wesley Methodist Church each Sunday at 10.30am. The link also gives you access to previous services.
    The service on Sunday 12th September is a covenant service led by Rev'd Georgina Bondzi-Simpson.

    Next week the service is led by Carolyn Luscombe.

    Joyful Light - A new evening contemplative worship will take place monthly from Sunday 12th September at 6.30pm via Zoom.
    A time of contemplative worship in the evening (6.30pm) of the 2nd Sunday of each month (12th Sept, 10th Oct, 14th Nov) via Zoom, with inspiration from Taize, Iona and other traditions.It is hoped that we may gather in one place for worship at some point in the future. Formore details and the Zoom link contact Neil Manthorpe on neildmanthorpe@gmail.com).

    Alpha Course
    Flackwell Heath and their friends at Christ Church are offering an Alpha Course in various formats during the Autumn. For more details see the Flackwell Heath page.

    If you are not able to be at church and want to make a donation you can do this using our Charitities Aid Foundation page by clicking this button:  



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