Upcoming Special Services

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday Procession and Eucharist, 10.00 am

We remember Jesus entering Jerusalem to the adulation of the crowds. For those who are able, we recreate the procession at the start of our service by processing around the environs of St Dunstan’s.


Compline, 7.30 pm

A short ancient service of quiet prayer for the end of the day.


Compline, 7.30 pm

A short ancient service of quiet prayer for the end of the day.


Stations of the Cross, 7.30 pm

A service where we journey around the church, stopping at images of Jesus’ last hours called ‘stations’, to reflect upon Jesus’ journey through the streets of Jerusalem before His death on the cross.

Maunday Thursday

Eucharist of the Lord’s Supper & Watch, 7.30 pm

The night before His death, Jesus washed His friends’ feet, showing them the extent of His love and devotion. He blessed bread and wine, and gave it to them, saying that it was His body and blood. They all then went to a garden to pray, where Jesus asked them to watch over Him, before He was then arrested and taken away. We recall all these events in this poignant service, which concludes with the chance to hold a watchful time of prayer.

Good Friday

The Good Friday Liturgy, 2.00 pm

A solemn service of prayer and devotion, where we mark Jesus’ death on the cross, and give thanks for His sacrifice made for us.

Holy Saturday

Easter Vigil, 8.00 pm

The start of our Easter celebrations! We gather in the quiet and darkness of the end of the day, and our service begins with the kindling of a flame. From there we light the Easter candle, and then more and more candles are lit, until the church is filled with light and music, and we joyfully proclaim Jesus’ rising from the dead. This is a service full of drama and wonder, and it marks the start of Easter.

Easter Day

Churches Together in Risborough Easter Dawn Service, 6.00 am, Whiteleaf Cross

A short ‘sunrise service’ above Whiteleaf Cross with other local churches.

BCP Holy Communion, 8.00 am

A quiet, contemplative service of Holy Communion at the start of Easter Day, using the Book of Common Prayer.

All-Age Easter Celebration Eucharist, 10.00 am

Our main celebration of Easter, a joyful, vibrant service of Holy Communion as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

Please do not attend services if you feel unwell or if you have symptoms of COVID-19.

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