Christ Church Crookham is the parish church of Church Crookham and Crookham Village and is situated on Gally Hill Road in the heart of the community.
Our worship services are varied, to meet the different spiritual needs of our Parish. Our aim in worship is to make a meeting place with God and with one another.
We offer a warm welcome to you at our church.
Revd. Steve Franklin
Sunday 24th October
9am Parish Eucharist
11am Family Communion with Sunday School
Coffee/Tea in the Vestry Hall between services for both congregations.
Wednesday 27th October
4pm Evensong BCP
Sunday 14th November
4.30pm 'Cake Church' - informal worship for all the family, including songs, crafts and cake!
Live-streamed 11am Family Communion, 24th October
Click the picture to go to the live-stream/video on YouTube
Our previous services
Weekly online services
News & Notices
Feed a child this Christmas
Following your generosity and our previous successes, we are now launching the Christmas appeal 2021.
Christ Church Crookham wants to be ensure that families who may need “free school meals” are supported during the holidays.
Donations are welcomed to support this venture.
Please click here for details about requested donations.
Website Members Area (top menu)
A 'member', is a rather flexible term but likely to include PCC members, those involved in supporting services, and those in church groups.
Information found here includes: service rotas, committees make-up, church groups contacts, documents, policies. Please contact the webmaster here for the password.
Sunday 14th Nov, 4.30pm
Informal worship for all the family, including songs, crafts and cake!
Christmas Greetings in the Parish Magazine
If you would like your name(s) added to this year’s Greetings page in the December/January magazine, please complete one of the forms available in the church and return it with your donation to the Parish Office by Monday 15th November. Or you can submit the information and make a donation by clicking the button below.
A minimum donation of £5.00 is suggested.
Songs of Praise
31st Oct, 9am Service
If you would like to hear your favourite hymn, please get in touch with Ros Fox here
Hart Food bank continue to need our support.
They currently request donations of rice, pasta sauces, preserves, sponge puddings, custard, savory extras eg. crisps and sweet treats eg. chocolates.
Parents and Toddlers Group
Thursdays, 1.30pm to 3pm
Very relaxed atmosphere, adults sat around the hall with toys and games in the centre. Then a 5 to 10 minute story or song time at the end of each session.
No need to book, just come along with your child/children. All children are welcome up to 4 years old. Email Sarah Griffiths here for information.
JAM (Jesus And Me)
Every Sunday 11am Service
For young people during the 11am Service.
In October we will be planning for the Christmas Fayre and looking at different ways in which the Bible can help the children with today’s challenges.
For the younger children we will be colouring and learning what the parables mean.
The parish office is open to visitors Mon-Fri, 11am to 1pm.
Please could all visitors wear a mask.
Tuesday 26th October, 8pm
On Tuesday 26th October at 8 pm we will be praying for those affected by COVID, using the church phone conference number.
If you would like us to pray for someone, or would like to join us to pray, please contact the church office and they will pass your message on to Mike Gibbons.
Every Wednesday at 4pm
Book of Common Prayer Evensong. All welcome!
The October Parish Magazine is now available. Please contact the office for a copy (this can be an emailed PDF or a normal printed edition).
A Prayer Calendar for the Parish
The last Sunday after Trinity
Our outreach to those who live in our parish
Great Bookham, St Nicholas
Worldwide Anglican Church
The Extra-Provincial Churches
This prayer calendar draws together general topics for each day, specific dioceses in the worldwide Anglican Church, parishes in our own diocese and geographical areas of our parish so that each day has a unique collection of topics for prayer.
The parish boundary and areas can be seen on an enlarged version of the map by clicking the image to the right.
A new feature on the website: the Crookham Diary. I’ll be starting it off with a posting every few days or so, but we hope that eventually others will contribute too. The aim is to show, in a fairly light-hearted way, how life and faith work together.
Click the picture for the latest entry from 11th July.