Holy Trinity, Church of England

church
Main Road • Drayton Parslow • Buckinghamshire  • MK17 0JS
The present Church dates from the 14th and 15th centuries although there is some stonework of an earlier date, it is a fine example of an unspoilt simple country Church, the hexagonal font dates from the 15th century and has been described as ‘one of the finest in Buckinghamshire’. An alabaster panel depicting the crucifixion was given to Holy Trinity in the nineteen twenties.  It is considered by the British Museum to be of a quality more rare than the panel in the Ashmolean, and is thought to have been carved as early as 1430 by the Nottingham School.
Holy Communion
Every first Sunday at 9:30 am
Family Worship
Informal service for all ages
Every second Sunday at 9:30 am 
United Benefice Service
Every third Sunday – congregation joins one of the other Benefice Churches – details are on the Benefice website
Holy Communion
Every fourth Sunday at 9:30 am 
Benefice Family Service
Every fifth Sunday – location details are on the Benefice website
 

Contacts 
Rector – Rev. Simon Faulks click to e-mail
The Rectory, 7 Main Street, Mursley MK17 0RT
01296 728531

https://www.5parishes.org.uk

Churchwardens and key holders for Church

John Preston
Essendon, 10 Prospect Close, Drayton Parslow
01296 720426

John Perry
Old Carrington Hall, Carrington Hall Road
01296 728847

The Rector or Churchwardens can be contacted for Weddings, Christenings and Funerals.