Facilities and features
Toilet Facilitie fully compliant for the disabled users
The bike rack can be found on the left approximately halfway down the path.
Church Lane is a public highway and parking may be limited during they day during term-time. Additional parking is available on Saturday afternoon and on Sunday.
The entry to the church does not involve steps ie is flat
The hearing loop extends throughout the main body of the church and the Williams Chapel
Common Worship service booklets in large print are available; please ask.
Our Friends coffee mornings have gluten-free refreshments as well as a selection of milks (including plant-based milks)
Grade 2 listed the oldest part of the church being the 12c Norman tower.
A burial chaple was added toward the end of the 16c by Lady Hoby of Bisham Abbey.
The church was altered and extended during the Victorian period.
Music and Worship
We have 3 bells which at present are chimed in part because of lack of bell ringers.
Please keep an eye on our events page for details of when we hold these events
Johannus Electronic Organ
BCP used at Holy Communion for the 8.00am service on the first Sunday of each month.
Groups, Courses and Activities
The Wives Group meets regularly rotating between the members. Our Friends group also host coffee mornings in church, complete with history talks -- please see our events page for details
Keep an eye on our Events pages for community events
Bisham Church Friends is our community group and is open to all. https://www.bishamchurchfriends.org is the website of BCF.
By our clergy
At All Saints Marlow
Help for Visitors
Guided tours are available on Request. Please use the "Contact Us" page on this site or contact the Parish Office 01628 481806, who will forward your request.
Are available in the church.
Collection for the Maidenhead Group
Amplified sound via priest and speaker microphones.
Bisham Village is in a conservation area