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

............................................................                          Last updated April 3rd. 2020.   

How to find us - click here  for a map.

Coronavirus Update

It is with great sadness that we have to announce that St. Margaret's is now closed for       public worship until the crisis passes.  During this time -

*Morning Prayer will continue to be offered at 8.30 a.m. daily, starting with the Angelus, when the Church bell is rung - we will pray for our community and the sick and departed.

*The Eucharist will be celebrated regularly in private in Church and filmed.

You can watch a video of Wednesday's Eucharist on our St Margaret's Facebook page.

Other videos will be made to help you pray with us.

This Sunday, Palm Sunday,(April 5th)

we are streaming all three services on Zoom (https://zoom.us) from the Rectory! 

You can join us:

8 a.m.  St Margaret's Iver Heath Prayer Book Eucharist       

Meeting ID 922-315-366   Password to join in- 032660

10 a.m.  St Margaret's Iver Heath Palm Sunday Eucharist     

Meeting ID  579-687-274   Password to join in- 176414

6 p.m.  St Margaret's Iver Heath BCP Evening Prayer         

Meeting ID  469-524-756   Password to join in-  010348

More details of Holy Week and Easter streaming, coming soon.

*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




From the leaders of St. Peter's & St. Leonard's Churches,

King's Church Iver and St. Margaret's Iver Heath

to our congregations and local community.

This Mothering Sunday, 22nd March, we are joining churches up and down the country for a National Day of Prayer and Action put forward by Churches Together in England in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. At such a time as this, when so many are fearful and there is great uncertainty, we are reminded of our dependence on our loving Heavenly Father and the future that he holds.

At 7pm this Sunday, light a candle in the windows of your homes as a visible symbol of the light of life, Jesus Christ, our source and hope in prayer.

No matter where we are, we all have the great privilege and freedom to be able to call upon God, individually and corporately, for healing in our nation. We would pray for all in leadership at this time, making decisions about the containment of the Coronavirus, for those working in health and social care, and especially for the most vulnerable, whether elderly or those with underlying health conditions.

There are already stories being told of wonderful acts of kindness across neighbourhoods and
we would like to commend the work Iver Parish Council has done in the recent days with their Community Kindness Kits and the outpouring of love from the community.

Alongside your prayers, we're encouraging you to take the opportunity to telephone or email someone who is isolated, buy some additional food for our local foodbank in Slough (please check their website about what they need: slough.foodbank.org.uk), or offer to deliver shopping for an elderly neighbour. We may not be able to touch physically, but we can make connections in so many other ways.

In the meantime, do please attend to all 
the government health advice  that has been and will continue to be issued, and look out for resources from your home church teams. We do seem to be in unusual times, and wisdom and flexibility about worship gatherings are a key part of our Christian discipleship during this period.

We note that this call to prayer and action comes on Mothering Sunday: a time of thankfulness, remembering especially mothers who have served us, often in very costly ways. It is also a very mixed day for many. For some the remembrance is painful, and for others Mothering Sunday is a reminder of disappointment or loss. In many ways, this period under the shadow of the coronavirus will be prompting similarly diverse reactions and so it seems especially appropriate that the call to prayer is made this Sunday.

At this time of uncertainty join in with the National Day of Prayer and Action, lighting a candle of hope.

                                            “Cast all your anxiety on him, because he cares for you''  1 Peter 5:7



A prayer to pray daily


                         Father in heaven, grant comfort to all who are suffering.

                         Give them hope, when dejected

                         And when alone assure them of the prayerful support of holy people.

                         We ask this through Christ our Lord.

                         Give them courage, when afraid,    

                         Give them patience, when afflicted,

                         Give them hope, when dejected

                         And when alone assure them of the prayerful support of holy people.

                         We ask this through Christ our Lord.



St Margarets from the East



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



 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, Worshipping, Celebrating, Proclaiming,       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

Our regular Church services have all been cancelled

because of the of the Coronavirus.


Jam Club  

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

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

     Our regular activities have all been suspended                  because of the Coronavirus.



Jam Tots  

suspended because of the Coronavirus.


Vintage Jam Club 

Our monthly free lunch for  senior citizens

is suspended because of the Coronavirus. 

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 

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please contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Rob Penn

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