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
Monday to Saturday faith - a Prayer Calendar for the Parish
Intercessory prayer - praying for the needs of others - can seem an enormous, never-ending task, like being asked to eat an elephant. And if the answer to the question ‘How do you eat an elephant’ is ‘one mouthful at a time’, the answer to ‘how do we pray for all the things we need to’ is similar: most of the problem is both knowing where to start, and where to finish for the day.
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.
Tuesday, Chad, Bishop of Lichfield, Missionary
Area 5 (Courtmoor and Dinorben)
Please pray for Church Musicians, Organists, Choirs, Music Groups, Bell Ringers and all who enhance worship through music.
Worldwide Anglican Church
The Diocese of Arochukwu / Ohafia - The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) (Province of Aba)
Those in the midst of famine or disaster
Thought for the day in Lent
And thanks for all the answers to Thursday’s question about animals, which included:
a red kite, goldcrest, wren, kingfisher, red cardinal, dolphins, octopus, red legged partridge, mother and baby whale, and even an alligator on the underground!
Several people rightly upbraided me for asking for only one animal, when there are so many, and everybody said about how the sight of the animal (even a sparrow) made them feel. When we see the glories of this world it awakens something in us.
Keep looking, keep rejoicing.
Have a good day.