Welcome to the website for the Wycombe Deanery, part of the Diocese of Oxford in the Church of England.
Our Deanery is a family of 35 churches spread across 28 parishes in and around High Wycombe. Like any family, this one contains significant diversity. It stretches from the Thames Valley in the South East to the Chiltern Escarpment in the North West. We have urban areas in High Wycombe, a few small towns and dozens of villages in the beautiful surrounding countryside.
One thing we share in common is a vision to see the churches of Wycombe Deanery flourishing individually, working effectively together and contributing to the renewal of the wider church.
We believe passionately that God is at work renewing and reforming his church in this country and we are committed to playing our part in this work. We believe that as we join together, each sharing freely what God has given us, the Spirit will lead us into growth as we follow Jesus together.
To guide us on this journey, we have articulated four principles that we hope will underpin all we do together:
Serving Our Fellowships
The Deanery exists to serve its churches
Shaping Our Future
We take responsibility for leading our churches into growth
Spurring On Our Friends
Learning to work better together
Sharing The Fire
Growing the vision
On this website, you will find details of our churches, our strategic deanery plan and other information about our life together. Please pray for us, and let us know if there is any way we can serve you.
Our New 4U Team Vicar
Congratulations Revd Fiona Ellingham, and husband Robin, who was licensed on 11 September as Team Vicar at St John the Baptist, Little Marlow. Welcome to the Wycombe Deanery!
Next Deanery Synod
Monday 16 October at 7.45pm
St Paul's, West Wycombe
We look forward to seeing you there!
Buckinghamshire Historic Churches Trust is Recruiting
The Buckinghamshire Historic Churches Trust is seeking individuals to support the co-ordination of Ride + Stride, and as Secretary.
To apply contact the Secretary
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