West Wycombe St Lawrence, West Wycombe
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An unmistakable church perched high on West Wycombe Hill with the famous 'Golden Ball' at the top of the tower. Sunday worship at 11am each week. Common Worship Order One. We are also a popular venue for weddings and baptisms. There is no service here on the 3rd Sunday of each month as our Family Service is held at St. Paul's West Wycombe Village (see entry for details).
We have a small Sunday School which caters for any children who come to worship with us.
Due to dry rot treatment the Church is
currently CLOSED. Our services for
February are now-
Sunday 7 th 11am at St. Paul's, BLEDLOW RIDGE
Sunday 14 th 11am at St. Paul's,West Wycombe
Sunday 21 st 11am at St. Paul's,West Wycombe
Sunday 28 th 11am at St. Paul's, West Wycombe
The church is open every Sunday afternoon from 12.30 - 5pm from Easter Sunday (5th April) until the end of September.
We can arrange to be open for small groups - please contact John Hilborne on 01494 881540 or johnroshilborneATgmail.com// (please replace AT by normal sign)
We are happy baptise your child but please look at the baptism section before contacting us.
Baptism/Christening requests - please see relevant page on our website for details.
We are also a popular venue for weddings .The leaflet in the weddings section gives more information.
See our website for more information (follow link on right of this page or go to http://www.westwycombechurch.com/)
Gravestones in the Churchyard
Some of the gravestones in St. Lawrence churchyard have been laid down flat by Wycombe District Council's contractors because they were unstable. This is in order to make them safe. If you wish to re erect one of these stones please make arrangements with a memorial mason to have it done in a way that makes it safe. If you need any advice or help with this please contact us.
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