We want our church to serve High Wycombe in relevant ways. Working together with others who also want to serve the community is very important to us.


Pauline Delpoio runs the Safe Haven Dementia Centre on our site from Monday to Thursday each week.  You can phone them on 01494 854399, email enquiries@safehavendementiacentre.co.uk, or get further information on their website.

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New Life Covenant Church: Pastor Jermaine Beru and his team lead their services every Sunday at 1:30pm. Every so often we have joint services and sometimes enjoy lunches with each New Life logoother too. We get on well and have a similar heart for the community and openness to God’s Spirit. You can phone them on 07908 222389 or 07908 219708, email them on tberu@newlife-uk.org or find their ministries website



We’re involved in many projects with other churches in High Wycombe.

Each Pentecost Sunday, we join together with other churches for our annual  Love Wycombe event, instead of holding our normal church service on our own.  We come together in the town centre (usually in Frogmoor) to worship God and pray to him in  public.

We actively support and encourage other local initiatives, through prayer and donations, but also by volunteering.  Many of our church members volunteer for other projects such as Wycombe Homeless Connection and Lighthouse.







We love being involved in the bigger picture of what God is doing across the town and believe that with other churches we can be ‘a church for everyone’.  Our support is focused on Wycombe Youth for Christ and other local initiatives.

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All the churches together: Love Wycombe


Internationally, we support the nation of Nepal through our friends and contacts there, and when we can, we take the opportunity to visit them.Nepal mapMAF

Home destroyed by Nepal earthquakes. Photo credit: MAF/LuAnne Cadd

One of the homes destroyed during the recent Nepali earthquake.

One organisation that helped in the aftermath of that earthquake was Mission Aviation Fellowship, who played a key tole in flying people, aid and medical supplies into hard to reach areas after the devastation.

MAF have a vision to take Christ’s love into the most remote places on earth.  They often support other charities in flying in personnel, aid and equipment into places that are inaccessible by other means.

Gebrau airstrip from the air, Papua New Guinea - MAF UK

A typical airstrip built by MAF, this one is in Gebrau, Papua New Guinea.

We maintain close links with our partner organisations, and invite them to speak at our services about once a year.  Supporting God’s work in his world in this way is so valuable to us.