• Latest Update

    Sunday 11th October service now available under weekly sermon

    Wednesday 7th October Reflection now available under Mid-Week reflection

    Sunday the 4th October service now available under weekly sermon

    Sunday 27th Harvest Service now available under weekly sermon

    Midweek reflection for Wednesday 23rd now available

    A reminder that Dave Bubb will be ordained this Saturday in Rochester Cathedral at 11am. the service will be live streamed and you can watch it at 11am this Saturday by clicking on the link below. We pray that Dave will know God's intimate blessing and anointing as he is equipped for ministry in the C of E.


    The weekly service  for September 13th is back 'find Forgiveness' on the weekly sermon page now

    Mid week reflection is back, available now for September 9th

    This weeks service for the 16th August is now available under weekly sermon. I will be on leave now for three weeks so the online services will take a pause and will resume after my holiday.

    Midweek reflection for 12th August now available

    Join us LIVE for our service at 10.30am on SUnday 9th August 2020.  During this service we will be commissioning Dave and Jane for their ministry in Southborough.  Everything you need is on the Weekly Sermon page.

    Mid-Week reflection for the 5th August 2020 now available

    2nd August Service is now available under weekly sermon. Dave's last Preach with us crying

    Our Mid-week reflection for the 29th July is now available 

    Our online service for Sunday 26th July can now be found on the Weekly Sermon page. 

    Mid-Week Reflection for the 22nd July and the 15th July is now available

    Our service for Sunday 19th July 2020 can now be found on the Weekly Sermon page.

    Our service for Sunday 12th July 2020 is now available on the Weekly Sermon page.

    This weeks service, 5th July, can be found under Weekly Sermon. Appologies for not producing a written service this week, however, the words are on screen.

    You can find our latest Mid-Week Reflection for the 1st July now available in 'Mid-Week Reflection'

    Our service of BCP Morning Prayer for 28th June 2020 is now available in Weekly Sermon.  This service features an interview with Ron.

    Our New Covenant Service for 21st June 2020 is now available under Weekly Sermon.


    The Service for Sunday 14th Juny 2020 is now available under Weekly Sermon.  All the words you need will appear on the screen.

    Whilst we are unable to produce a magazine for June you can keep up to date with our Newsletter by clicking here: Newsletter June 2020

    Latest post, Mid-Week Reflection for June 10th (click on Mid-Week reflection tab)

    Our service for Trinity Sunday, 7th June 2020, can now be found in the Weekly Sermon section.

    Mid-week reflection for Wed 3rd June can now be found under the new heading ;'Mid-Week Reflection' also located in coronavirus update

    Sunday 7th June is Trinity Sunday.  You'll be able to find our service on the Weekly Sermon page, but if you can't wait until then there are some Trinity Sunday themed activites suitable for all ages in the Weekly Sermon section now.

    Our Pentecost service for the 31st May is now available under weekly sermon. 

    A midweek reflection for Wed 27th is located in Coronavirus update

    Our service for Sunday 24th May is now aavailable in WEEKLY SERMON.  You can download the words and join in by clicking this link: Liturgy for Sunday 24th May

    Reflection for Ascension 21st May - located in coronavirus update, you can find the liturgy and the service here too.

    Monday 18th May - Located in Coronavirus update is a great talk this week on Takling Anxiety. If you struggle with anxiety or know someone who does then this is a great talk and helpful resourse, I recommend Patrick Regan to you, do have a listen it is food for the soul.

    Our service for Sunday 17th May is now available in WEEKLY SERMON.  This serivce follows our New Covenant pattern so you don't need to download any words.  The message is from Bishop Jill Duff, Bishop of Lancaster.  

    Morning Prayer Friday 15th May - located in coronavirus update

    Wednesday 13th Reflection - Located in Coronavirus update

    Our service for Sunday 10th May, taken from the Book of Common Prayer, is now in WEEKLY SERMON.

    Whilst we are unable to produce a magazine for May you can keep up to date with our Newsletter by clicking here: May 2020 Newsletter

    Friday 8th V E DAY service - located in Coronavirus update

    Wednesday 6th May Morning Reading - located in Coronavirus update

    MESSY CHURCH ACTIVITY for VE DAY, make a crane for peace by following the link below


    For ideas on how to do 'Thy Kingdom Come' prayer week at home go to (Thykingdomcome@lambethpalace.org.uk)


    The service for Sunday 3rd May is now available in the WEEKLY SERMON section.  You can download the words and join in by clicking this link: Service for 3rd May 2020

    Morning Prayer Readings for Thursday 30th- located in coronavirus update

    Morning prayer reading for Tuesday 28th  - located in Coronavirus update

    The service for Sunday 26th April is now available in the WEEKLY SERMON section.  You can download the words and join in by by clicking this link: Parish Praise Service

    Friday morning reflection - located in coronavirus update

    Morning reflection for the 21st April - located in coronavirus update

    The online service for Sunday 19th April can now be found in Weekly Sermon.

    The last Morning Prayer from Spring Harvest Home for Friday 17th April is in Coronavirus Update.  Content from the last day of Spring Harvest added to Spring Harvest 2020

    Morning Prayer for Thursday 16th April in Coronavirus Update.  More content added to Spring Harvest 2020.

    Morning Prayer for Wednesday 15th April in Coronavirus Update.  More content added to Spring Harvest 2020.

    Morning Prayer for Tuesday 14th April from Spring Harvest - in Coronavirus Update.  Content from Tuesday 14th April added to Spring Harvest 2020.

    Join us at Spring Harvest - Every day this week we will be uploding content from Spring Harvest 2020.  Just click in the link in the bar above to find out more and access the videos.  

    Easter Sunday Service - located in Weekly Sermon,

    The words for the Easter Sunday service can be downlaoded by clicking here: Easter Sunday.  These are also available in the Weekly Sermon section.

    Reflection for Good Friday - Parts 1, 2 and 3, now available in Coronavirus Update

    Easter story for Children- located in Coronavirus update

    Holy Week meditations - located in Coronavirus update

    Service for Palm Sunday, 5th April 2020 - located in Weekly Sermon

    The Service Outline for our Palm Sunday Service (5th April 2020) can now be fond in Weekly Sermon.  An opportunity for you to join in with us.

    Morning Prayer for April 2020 - located in Coronavirus update

    Morning Prayer for March - located in coronavirus update

    Service of Holy Communion for Passion Sunday, 29th March 2020 - located in Weekly Sermon

    Storytime for Children, 'Webster the Scaredy Spider' - located in Coronavirus update

    Latest notices on Prayer chains and church buildings - located on Welcome page.

    Morning Service for Mothering Sunday - located in 'Weekly Sermon'

    Video message from Angela - located in Coronavirus Update



  • This Week


  • Welcome to the Churches of Cobham and Luddesdowne website​
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    During this time of lockdown due to the spread of the Corona virus our churches are all closed for public worship. We have been videoing our worship and reflections and you will find them all on this website. they are located under 'Weekly Sermon' or 'Coronavirus update'

    If you have a wedding or baptism booked at either of our churches for this year please contact Revd Angela Walker for further information.

    If you would like prayer for any need we do have a 'prayer chain' set up where people will pray for your specific needs. If you would find this helpful please contact Revd Angela Walker.

    We hope that you will find the reflections, prayers and sermons helpful during this time. 


    An Easter message from Reverend Angela Walker

    Dear Friends

    It is a very different Easter this year as we stay distanced from one another due to the virus that has spread world-wide.

    As Christians Easter is a mixture of sadness and joy as we contemplate the death of Jesus on Good Friday and then the resurrection on Easter Sunday. Good Friday teaches us that God knows what it is to suffer.

    God is not keeping his distance; He is with us in our suffering. God weeps with us. Prayer is a great weapon at times like this. I encourage you therefore, to turn to God in prayer for yourselves and for those who are battling against this virus in so many ways. And if you can’t find the words to pray just offer him your heartfelt tears. In the bible God says, “if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sins and will heal their land. (2 Chronicles 7: 14) dear friends, this is God’s promise to us so let us raise a firewall of prayer and see this virus defeated.

    I am so grateful and want to say a huge thank you to all those who are serving us, especially our NHS and care workers, and closer to home those who are keeping our village shops open, those who are shopping for others and providing meals for the vulnerable. The list is too long to mention. The rest of us can do our part too by praying for them. Our prayers strengthen their hands. So let us keep fighting this virus together until the battle is won.

    Like those first disciples, who were confused at the turn of events that rocked their world, we grieve with those who grieve on Good Friday. I have found myself crying many tears for those battling in our hospitals as I cry out to God for them. But I am also assured that Easter is coming; Good Friday, with all its sorrows is not the end of the story. Resurrection Sunday is coming because our Hope is in Jesus. And all those who put their hope in him will not be disappointed.                                 Blessings to you all,  Angela.







    Contact Angela, our vicar, by telephone or email for further details on our 'Contact Us' page or visit https://alpha.org.uk/tryalpha




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