Sunday Worship 14 June

We are continuing to explore the healthy habit of prayer with a question from one of our children; Nnamdi will help us to think about ‘outward prayer’ and we hear from Francis Moloney about racial justice and equality.

Click on the links mentioned in our service:

Virtual Coffee at 11.15am…

Sunday Club for today, led by Kim Van Campfort…

Activity Sheets for children and families…

“Prayer is Talking with God” video…

“The Life We Were Made For” – Invitation Flyer with details:

Give online to the work of Denham Parish Church…

Family Service on 7 June: Healthy Habits (1) Prayer

In today’s family service for all ages we are beginning to explore ten Healthy Habits of the Christian life and the first one is … prayer. Contributions from all ages and of course prayers for our nation, our world and ourselves. Find all the links mentioned in the service below.

Make a Prayer Cube:

Pentecost: A Sneak Preview!

Sunday Worship: 24 May 2020, 10.30am

Below this video are all the links mentioned in today’s service!

Join us for VIRTUAL COFFEE at 11.15am:
Prayer Journal:
Prayer Adventure Map:

Join us for Sunday Worship!

(Below this video are all the links referred to in our service.)

Virtual Coffee:
Sunday Club:
Activity Sheet for children and families:
Download Denham Parish News:
All about our 7.14 Prayer Week from 24-30 May:
OR: Sign up straight away:
Try Praying:
Have you heard about the Church of England’s new “Faith at Home” assemblies?

Praying Together




Morning Prayer

Before you turn on the radio, television or check your messages, start with prayer.

You may already use Bible reading notes or the Bible in One Year – we encourage you to stick with it and make the time.

If you are looking for a resource to help you pray, we recommend Lectio365: It’s about 7-8 minutes each day, contains prayers, a Bible reading and a thought for the day. You can also listen to prayers from previous days and we recommend that you start on Monday, 23 March, as that week focuses the prayers on our current Coronavirus crisis. The advantage of using the same prayer format as other church members is that we can share thoughts about it and pray ‘together’.

If you’d like a short form of morning prayer that you can print out,  you can download a copy here…


Set an alarm on your wristwatch or your phone or put a daily appointment in your electronic calendar. Then, when the alarm goes, stop whatever you are doing and pray the Lord’s Prayer, together with thousands of other people around the world. (Incidentally it takes about 20 seconds to pray the Lord’s Prayer, so why not pray it every time you wash your hands?)

Saying Grace before meals

Use a set prayer or take it in turns to pray a short prayer of thanks. Click here for a collection of graces…


Join many other members of the Church of England in Common Worship evening prayer. You can find it online here… 

Before going to bed

Spend a moment to commit the burdens and joys of the day to God. Say sorry to God for anything that hasn’t gone well. Pray for a peaceful night. Download a short Common Worship Night Prayer…

Lectio 365 contains a short form of night-time prayer.


Sunday Worship

join us for Sunday worship online at 10.30am. The video is also available after the service.


The Well: Monthly Prayer Gathering

Join us on the second Monday of the month for our monthly prayer gathering…

Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:6–7)

#stay safe   #stay connected   #stay hopeful

Sermon: The Story of Nicodemus

Sermon preached by Nnamdi Maduka on Sunday 8 March, 10.30am service.

This sermon is based on John 3.1-17.

Nnamdi refers to the song, we sang earlier in the service:

Sermon: Prayer and Politics

22 September 2019, 10.30am, Christoph Lindner


This sermon is based on 1 Timothy 2.1-7.

The booklet “Speak Up”, published by the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship, can be downloaded here.