Sunday Services during the Coronavirus outbreak

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Dear St Mary’s White Waltham Church Family,

Following advice received from the Church of England yesterday, and in line with recent government guidance, we are putting our usual pattern of Sunday services on hold. This is not a decision we take lightly. It is an expression of Christian love that we do what we can to support the national effort to slow the spread of COVID-19.

As our nation responds to the developing coronavirus situation many of us will naturally feel anxious and concerned. It is wonderful that we can hold onto the truths of Psalm 46:1, ‘God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.’ Even in times of trouble, God is with us by his Spirit to protect, strengthen and help.

If it would help you to have the church open from time to time please let me know. Other small meetings in the life of the church may need to be postponed or accomplished in other ways. I trust we will all take part in encouraging each other, spurring one another on to good deeds, and looking to bless our communities in the name of Jesus.

With Love in Christ
Rev Dave


Rev Dave Atallah
Vicar for St Mary's White Waltham with Woodlands Park
Honorary Minister for St Mary's Maidenhead


We are a small, friendly, Church of England congregation which meets every Sunday morning in the village of White Waltham, south west of Maidenhead.  

Whether you want to find out more about the Christian faith, or have been a Christian for many years, we offer you a warm welcome to the White Waltham Church family.


Our morning service is at 10.30am and we run children's groups each Sunday. Refreshments are served after church either in the church itself or in our new building which we call "The Tree House".