Welcome to the website of Stokenchurch Parish Church

Stokenchurch Parish Church (dedicated to St Peter and St Paul) is a rural village church – which means that almost everyone involved in the church comes from within the parish of Stokenchurch (which includes the hamlets of Water End, Studley Green and Beacons Bottom). We are a family church – which means we try to welcome people of all ages and from all backgrounds. Stokenchurch itself is a village at the southern end of the Chiltern Hills on the Buckinghamshire / Oxfordshire boarder.

Our services on a Sunday are normally at 9:30 am and we run a full Sunday school programme right through the year.. The 2nd sunday of the month is normally a family service (with a communion at 08:30am); weeks 1, 3 and 4 are communion at 09:30am; week 5, when there is one, is Morning Prayer. We regularly hold joint services with the Stokenchurch Methodist Church.

The church offers a welcoming and picturesque setting for baptisms and weddings.


Church Tot Time will resume on *Thursday 20th September*…..
Mom’s and Carer’s, unfortunately we won’t be back with Church Tot Time till 20th of September, due to our holiday and recovery from some unfortunate sickness. Our apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Currently the parish does not have a priest-in-charge, but the forming South Chiltern Group of Churches comprising Stokenchurch, Ibstone, Cadmore End and Lane End has appointed Rev Mark Ackford to be the new Team Reactor of the group and his induction will be at 7:30pm on Thursday 11th October 2018 in St Peter and St Paul’s Stokenchurch.

In the interim, we are welcoming a number of visiting ministers from the Church or England and the Methodist Church to lead our services.

If you need to speak to someone at the church then please contact the Church Wardens (Andy on 01494 483453 or Penny on 01494 484323) or Email


Church Room Hire

If you would like to find out about hiring our church or church room then you will find more information here.



We are part of the Wycombe Deanery and the Oxford Diocese.

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