Following the announcement of a further national lockdown, there are currently no services being held in our churches. Details of our online opportunities for prayer and worship are given below (or visit our Facebook page)

As we can’t donate at services, we now have an option for online giving to the Parish which you can access here.


The season of Advent begins soon. In contrast to the glitter and bright lights of Christmas preparations all around us, the Church marks this as a time of solemn waiting for the coming of our Saviour.

Sunday 29th November, 6.30 pm on Zoom: A service of readings, reflections and music to start the Advent season (visit our Facebook page for links).

Sunday 6th December, 4 pm on Zoom: A great way for families to begin the Christmas preparations, but a little different this year. Visit our Facebook page for links and instructions for Building Your Own Christingle at home.

Reflections for Advent: Why not follow these ‘Now – and Then’ readings and reflections through the time of Advent, which compare the situation of the first Christmas with our own in this year of Coronavirus restrictions? Suitable for individuals and families.

Advent Stars & Candles decorated by Family Worship families with thanks to Angus Mackenzie

We are encouraging everyone to pray and worship at home by using some of these resources.

  • Parish services on Zoom (visit our Facebook page for links and updates)
    • 11 am on Sunday – Holy Communion or Morning Worship, with hymns, prayers, readings and sermon
    • 8.45 am, Monday to Saturday – Morning Prayer
  • Weekly News Sheet of Contacts, Notices, Prayers & Readings for this Sunday
  • A sermon prepared by one of the clergy
  • Bible Study meetings on Wednesdays at 2 pm (same Zoom login as for the services). We are now following Bishop Steven’s study of Philippians, ‘Living is Christ, Dying is Gain’. You can read his blog here.
  • Online resources from the Church of England, or live-streamed services from Oxford Diocese.
  • A Prayer Diary for praying round the streets and community of Langley
  • Materials from Roots on the Web for this Sunday, for Families at Home, and for Adults at Home.
  • Materials from Oxford Diocese for children and adults.
  • Material for each Sunday from Sermons4kids.

We are keen to help those in need, and we have set up phone networks to keep in touch with congregation members.

Read the latest news from Slough Foodbank here.

Meanwhile, if you have any concerns, or if you are aware of anyone in need, please contact one of our team here 

To find out what Slough Borough Council are doing, see here.

The Parish is a Team Ministry with three Churches, each with its own distinctive style of worship, from the traditional to the informal, from the historic Church of St. Mary the Virgin to the two newer Churches of St. Francis of Assisi and Christ the Worker.

Together we seek to proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ to the Community of Langley.

We are part of the Diocese of Oxford, in the Archdeaconry of Buckingham and the Deanery of Burnham & Slough.

Please click on a link to the right for information about the Parish as a whole. To find out more about an individual Church, please click on the appropriate picture below or use the menu at the top of any page

St. Mary’s Church

Christ the Worker

St. Francis Church