Church of England Diocese of Peterborough Cosgrove

About Us

Cosgrove is right on the boundary of South Northamptonshire and Milton Keynes, and the Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul is the oldest building in the village. There are around 450 village residents, although, because we have a beautiful location, thousands more people live permanently on the Grand Union Canal or visit us from Cosgrove Park, both of which are part of the village.

Our Church has services every Sunday, and we usually have two Holy Communion services, one Morning Prayer and one Evensong each month. We try to have services that people of all ages can enjoy, and we have a variety of priests and readers who come to lead them for us. On the Second Sunday in each month there is a Family Service, which we are trying to build to include more children. We like to have tea, coffee and biscuits after the service, which helps people catch up with news and village information.

Currently the church is closed for essential roof repair works, and services have been relocated to the Village Hall in Cosgrove.