St Francis of Assisi
Welcome to the Church of St Francis of Assisi

We are a congregation of the Church of England which serves a parish on the northern side of High Wycombe, in the Chiltern Hills between London and Oxford. We are part of Wycombe Deanery in the Diocese of Oxford. Our church building was designed by Sir Giles Gilbert-Scott and has been recently restored. It is open to the public every day during daylight hours. We have a modern church hall which is used by local community groups and can be booked for meetings or parties.

  • July/August parish magazine is out

Sermons from recent Sundays and major festivals are available here

Next Weekend

10:00 Parish Communion

Lent Project 2017: Supporting the ministry of the Anglican Chaplaincy in Genoa: the Church of the Holy Ghost.
  • The Chaplaincy serves the English speaking community in Genoa, Italy
  • This includes hospitality for refugees and other migrants living in camps outside Genoa
  • The church building was designed by George Edmund Street, also architect for the Diocese of Oxford (responsible for St Anne's, Wycombe Marsh.
  • Our fund raising will help to renew the church's lighting as part of its restoration project
The Lent Project is now completed
More on The Church of the Holy Ghost Genoa, and its mission

Latest Updates

News One
Warden's notices and other news
Church news and notices
News Two
Latest Sunday Bulletin.
The latest available Sunday Bulletin, with notices and intercessions
News Three
Latest Parish Magazine
The latest parish magazine  - for July and August 2017 is available.
News Four
Getting to Know your parish
This short spotlight brings together a range of information about your parish, both in terms of your congregations, but also the wider community living in your area. It covers areas such as Christian affiliation, population age and ethnicity profiles, household structures, deprivation, employment, schools and qualifications, alongside church statistics such as attendance and giving..
News Five
The Archives
A new section dedicated to the archives for the Parish Magazines, Bulletins and more.
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