Welcome to the Website of St Margaret’s Parish Church Iver Heath.              

..............................                                                                              updated, May 8th. 2021. 


 Fr. Andrew Montgomerie.   Tel.  01753 653334  or  07545385629

                                              email   asmontgomerie@hotmail.co.uk



This Week @ St. Margaret's

St. Margaret’s on Sunday, 9th May, Fifth Sunday after Easter


      8 a.m.          Holy Eucharist (Blue Book) on Zoom ID 832 2798 1237. Code-1662

                    There will be a socially distanced choir practice 9.30 a.m. this Sunday             

before the Sung Eucharist.

     10.30 a.m.   Sung Eucharist
(Blue Book) Service in church.
     6 p.m.          Evening Prayer
(BCP)  (streamed live on Facebook page)


       Tuesday  to Saturday in church 8.30 a.m. Morning Prayer (BCP) streamed live on Facebook

     Tuesday 10th May

     10.30 a.m.   Coffee Morning on Zoom ID 873 2243 3009  Code-1662

       7.30 p.m.   Bible Study on Zoom ID 867 4998 7933  Code-1662 

                          We will be looking at the Resurrection in the gospel of John.

                               Do join us for an hour or so of thought, discussion and prayer! 



     10 a.m. Holy Eucharist (Blue Book) on Zoom ID 824 7974 4796 Code 1662


     Thursday - Ascension Day.  In Church.

     10 a.m.        Sung Eucharist (Blue Book) with a choir practice at 9.30 a.m.

       2.30 p.m.    Nordic Jam – walk starts from the Rectory, 2, Pinewood Close,
                          (details from Mary Montgomerie)

       Friday in Church.

     10 a.m. Holy Eucharist St.  (Red Book)



     Next Sunday – Sunday after the Ascension.
       8 a.m. Holy Eucharist
(Blue Book/BCP) on Zoom, ID 832 2798 1237, Code-1662
      10.30 a.m. Sung Eucharist
(Red Book)  IN CHURCH

        6 p.m. Evening Prayer (BCP) IN CHURCH 

We would be delighted to welcome back choristers and anyone

who would like to join the choir!


                   Zoom ID details – the same ID each week.

        Sundays - 8 a.m.           ID  832 2798 1237       Code - 1662
                          10.30 a.m.   ID  875 4070 3355       Code - 1662
                          6 p.m.          ID  862 2516 5410        Code -

        Tuesday    10.00 a.m.  ID 873 2243 3009         Code-1662

                            7.30 p.m.  ID  867 4998 7933        Code - 1662    

        Wednesday 10 a.m.     ID  824 7974 4796        Code - 1662

There will be a socially distanced choir practice 9.30 a.m. on Sunday May 9th

before the Sung Eucharist.

We would be delighted to welcome back choristers and anyone

who would like to join the choir!


                                       In our daily prayers we pray for - 

              All Doctors, especially Russell Watson & Emma Duffield & John and Sally Archer.
          All Nurses, especially Erin, Carol, Lauren & Wendy.

          The Sick, especially- John & Sheila Jinman, Mark, Leslie Watkins, Alexander Thomas,
             Uma, Roy Banner, John Morris, Mamen Chandy,Bill Eastwell, Paul Bradley,

            Basil & Joyce Brown, Leyla Toms, Rupert, Matthew Ittycharia and Debbie Pritchard.

          Recently died - Paula, Malcolm,
Pamela Young & Dorothy Bateson. 

          Year’s Mind  -   Cyril Brown, George Knight, Emile van Laer, Olive Morgan

Jam Ministries
We are continuing to explore ways of re- opening Jam Club and Jam Tots , possibly outside

if there is warm and dry weather!

We also hope to re-start Vintage Jam as soon as the refurbishment of the Parish

is completed, in June or July.

Meanwhile, we are launching a new Jam ministry this week called Nordic Jam,
for those who like walking!  Nordic Jam takes place on a Thursday morning twice a month.
For more information contact Mary Montgomerie.


                          It’s time to have something to look forward to!
   Saturday 17th July - the Annual Rectory Tea Party.

Please put the date in your diary!

Mary and I would love to welcome you all to our lovely garden,meet up with friends

and have a delicious tea!   A time to celebrate happier and sunnier times!


         The Church after the Pandemic  -  join the discussion!

      The Covid 19 pandemic will overshadow our lives for some time to come. There will be a ‘reset' in society involving                ,,     changing work patterns, for example. Many people have been traumatised by the events of the last year, and the

,,    aftermath will linger for a years to come.

, ,  The vaccination programme is a reason to be cheerful, and eventually physical Church and community activities will be      ,,  ,      possible again. But will they be the same? 

,,   As we emerge, the Church faces new challenges and opportunities. We have discovered new ways of praying,

     new ways of connecting, and these lessons will not be lost!

,,   The time to start envisaging our future starts now, which is why Sue Boon and I are inviting you to join a discussion

     which will be held on Zoom in a couple of weeks time.

       ..........................We will then invite everyone to take part in one or more Zoom meetings.  -


Walsingham Pilgrimage 2021 

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    Our Annual Parish Pilgrimage to Walsingham will be from

    Friday 2nd to Monday 5th July  2021.

    Further details, including the cost, will be available shortly.

    There are only 4 spaces left so contact Fr Andrew

    if you would like to join us.

 The Shrine of the Holy House

  of Our Lady of Walsingham. 


If we can be of any assistance to you or someone you know, please contact Fr Andrew.


Stay well and pray with us for the ending of this emergency,

for the health workers and carers, and all who are suffering or who are afraid.


Now may the God of peace give you peace in believing and trusting in Him.


May God bless each one of you till we meet again.


 Father Andrew

A Prayer in the time of common Plague or Sickness  

          O Almighty God, who in thy wrath didst send a plague upon thine own people in the wilderness,

for their obstinate rebellion against Moses and Aaron; and also, in the time of King David,

didst slay with the plague of pestilence threescore and ten thousand, and yet remembering

    thy mercy didst save the rest: Have pity upon us miserable sinners, who now are visited with

 great sickensss and mortality; that like as thou didst then accept of an atonement, and didst

        command thy destroying Angel to cease from punishing, so it may now please thee to withdraw

from us this plague and grievous sickness; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.                

(from the Book of Common Prayer)




St. Margaret's is the parish church of Iver Heath

in the south of Buckinghamshire.


St Margarets from the East




 We are here to serve God

and to serve the people of Iver Heath

by sharing our worship, our faith and fun!


 We are commited to being:

  A Growing,




Christian Presence

at the Heart of the Community.


and weekdays, to join one of our courses exploring

or situation.

Rector: Fr. Andrew Montgomerie


Groups @ St.Margaret's

Jam Club  

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      Our regular activities have all been suspended

    because of the Coronavirus emergency.

         ( for Children aged 5 - 7, meets at 5 p.m.

    in Iver Heath Scout Hut, St. Margaret's Close.)



Jam Tots  

suspended because of the Coronavirus emergency.


Vintage Jam Club 

Our monthly free lunch for  senior citizens

is suspended because of the Coronavirus emergency. 


Helping Slough Foodbank

Twice a month we deliver donated essential food items to the Slough Foodbank for those who are in need. Stan & Sue Smith kindly deliver the crates of donations.  

A list of currently needed items is posted on the noticeboard in the Church annexe and we welcome your donations.  Thank you for your gifts!

 Giving to the poor is at the heart of the Christian gospel.

 The Bible says that ‘God loves the one who gives gladly' (2 Corinthians 9: 7).

To read about our Church in Community Project click here

////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// / (goes to our 'Children and Youth' page)


//////////// / To view a copy of our 2019 Annual Report  click here   (1.65 Mb PDF file)

Annual Report 2019


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If you have a safeguarding concern at St Margaret's

please contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Rob Penn

          07768483385     or    robipenn@aol.com