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
See here for information about all our services, including: Sunday Parish Eucharists, Sunday Family Services, 'Cake Church', Evening Prayer and Night Prayer.
Sunday 18th Feb
9am Parish Eucharist
11am Family Worship including children
Thursday 22nd Feb
4pm Evening Prayer
Sunday 25th Feb
9am Parish Eucharist (Live streamed)
11am Family Communion with Sunday School
Thursday 29th Feb
4pm Evening Prayer
Sunday 3rd March
9am Parish Eucharist
11am Family Worship with Sunday School
Click the button to go to our YouTube Channel for previous streamed services
Face to Faith
Tuesday 20th Feb, 7.30pm in the Vestry Hall
All are warmly invited to Face to Faith on Tuesday 20th February at 7:30 pm in the Vestry Hall. Face to Faith includes a look at the Bible and an opportunity to encourage each other in our faith. This week we start a new series called “Good news for Lent”, looking at how Jesus death and resurrection are good news for everyone.
Please contact Mike Gibbons on 07968 020 478 for more information.
The parish office is open to visitors Mon-Fri, 11am to 1pm.
Diary key: CH = Church, LR=Lefroy Room, VH= Vestry Hall
Christ Church Crookham Parish magazines are now available on the website as a PDF for downloading. There is no charge for this but we would appreciate a donation if you able to do so. Click the button to go the Parish Magazine page.
To submit articles or news please email here
Hearing Aid Hub - 2024 dates
10am-11am Sunday in the Lefroy Room:
18th Feb, 17th Mar, 21st Apr, 12th May, 9th June, 14th July, 11th Aug, 8th Sept, 13th Oct, 17th Nov, 8th Dec
Free service provided by NHS trained volunteers.
Re-tubing, ear mould cleaning and battery replacement.
For NHS supplied hearing aids only.
We have 3 venues available for hiring, a meeting room, a hall, and the church. For information click here.
On Tuesday evenings fortnightly at 7:30 pm we get together to ask, and be asked, questions. It is not a set course, but an approach that allows us to be different and find our own faith.
Pilgrimage of the Word
This is a website that Mike Gibbons has been helping create. It helps folk make spiritual journeys of prayer and reflection by travelling, or “virtually” using the imagination. The website address is https://pilgrimageoftheword.org.uk/
Parents and Toddlers Group
Weekly on Thursdays 12.30pm to 2.30pm
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.
Coffee & Chat
10-11.30am every Thursday
Coffee, tea and friendly conversation in the Lefroy Room. Everyone welcome. Please bring your own cup!
Approx every 3rd Saturday, 9.30am
We meet on Saturday mornings usually every 3 weeks in order to maintain the grounds of the church.
We always welcome new volunteers.
2023 meeting dates can be found here.
A Prayer Calendar for the Parish
Area 3 (Area adjoining Crookham Road and Coxheath Road)
Camberley, St Martin
Worldwide Anglican Church
Chandigarh - The Church of North India (United)
Photo by Dulana Kodithuwakku on Unsplash
Those living in poverty or under oppression
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.
5+5 is an encouragement to spend five minutes reading a short Bible passage and five minutes praying. This week’s readings are on the gospel, the good news that God has come to us in Jesus.
Sun 18 Feb: Isaiah 52.7-12 – thank God the good news brings peace
Mon 19 Feb: Isaiah 61.1-11 – thank God the good news brings healing and freedom
Tue 20 Feb: Luke 2.1-20 – thank God the good news comes with great joy
Wed 21 Feb: Luke 4.14-21 – thank God that Jesus has come to us
Thu 22 Feb: Romans 1.8-17 – thank God for the power of the gospel to save
Fri 23 Feb: 1 Corinthians 15.1-11 – thank God for Jesus’ life, death and resurrection
Sat 24 Feb: Colossians 1.15-23 – thank God that Jesus brings us close to God