Our churches and villages: click on a picture to go to that church's page.

Welcome to the website for the five churches in the North Buckingham Parish. The Parish covers the five villages of Akeley, Lillingstone Dayrell, Leckhampstead, Lillingstone Lovell and Maids Moreton, together with the northern part of Buckingham town.

Generations have gathered in our Churches to build up their faith and their communities. Today the Churches are still standing strong in the midst of their communities to serve God and one another. 

Following advice from the Diocese and Buckinghamshire Public Health there will be no services inside any of our churches in the immediate future. We plan to stream a service of Holy Communion from one of our churches each Sunday at 10.30 am. The link to our Youtube channel where you should find it is here.


During this time of worry the Church is here to help: If you feel isolated and would like to chat to someone, or need help with shopping or collecting prescriptions etc, or would like to pray with someone, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or ring our office on 01280 814430


If you would like to say hello to us or learn more you can use our contact form which is here. We will get back to you as soon as we can.


Rejoicing in Hope

During these challenging when many of us are unable to go to church, it is important that we can still pray and worship together.

Every Wednesday and Sunday we will post a short thought and prayer here.


Please read our latest posts on our blogs which are here.

The Parish churches in Maids Moreton and Dayrell are open daily between 10am - 4pm for private prayer. Lovell opens only a few days per week.


St. Mary's, Leckhampstead:

Just before Christmas we were visited by a storm of Biblical proportions. Our little river Leck which normally flows at about 4 metres wide suddenly expanded to 80-100 metres wide in various places. Water flowed off the fields, down the church path and the road became a river. The flood boards were quickly dropped into place by the Spraggs. Sadly the church along with 6 other houses in the village were well and truly flooded. The next morning whilst the river had fallen back to its normal size the church floor was very wet. The floor had a covering of silt and was as slippery as an ice rink. On Saturday Jan 2nd we mustered a group of 23 people who worked hard to move everything that could be lifted to the chancel which escaped the flooding. Sadly the church will be closed for a few weeks until we get it cleaned up.

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