20 Dec 17 - Christmas Services
Do join us for our services and events to celebrate Christmas.
Christmas Eve - 11.15am Choral Communion
6.15pm Living Advent Window with the Parish Choir
Christmas Day - 11.15am Choral Communion for Christmas Day
Everyone is welcome.
The Parish Church is open all over Christmas
Town Centre Carol Service
Town Centre Carol Service - Tuesday 5th December at 6.30pm
followed by refreshments.
This year supporting Alexander Devine Charity
A memory tree, for those who wish to remember a loved one,
will be available after the service for a name and/or a message
05 Nov 17 - Service of Remembrance
The annual Service of Remembrance will be held on Sunday 12th November at Windsor Parish Church.
The Service begins with an act of Remembrance at the War Memorial, outside the Parish Church at 10.45am where the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead, local councillors and representatives of local and national organisations will lay wreaths. A two minutes silence will be held at 11am.
The Service, that will be conducted by the Rector, Rev Ainsley Swift, continues inside the Parish Church. Those who wish are welcome to be seated inside the church before the service.
15 Sep 17 - BATTLE OF BRITAIN SERVICE
A Service to commemorate the Battle of Britain on Sunday 17th September at 11.00am, beginning outside at the War Memorial at 10.50am.
The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead will be in attendance together with organisations from Maidenhead and Windsor.
Interesting Evening Talk - 100 years of the Royal House of Windsor
Monday 17th July at 7.30pm
"100 years of the Royal House of Windsor” by Hugo Vickers
This is an illustrated talk highlighting key events in the first 100 years of the Royal House of Windsor, from the name change by King George V in July 1917, right up to the present day. The Royal Family have loved Windsor and Windsor Castle for many generations, but it has been most particularly identified with George V, George VI and The Queen, all of whom have made it their home during their reigns.
The talk covers these 100 years. Hugo Vickers will explain why George V changed the name and the implication that had for his family. He will look at some of the great celebrations in the various reigns, and key events which have propelled Windsor into the consciousness of the nation, including looking at the Abdication, the terrible fire of 1992, and events both dramatic and relaxed. This will be an inspiring and evocative talk by a well known author, who has known and loved Windsor since he was at school at Eton in 1964.
Tickets £10 will be available at the door. Refreshments will be available