Home Groups

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Our Home Groups are geographically spread throughout Holy Trinity and St Margaret’s parishes and have a range of meeting times and days. Our group co-ordinators listed below are always ready to provide you with any information about their group.



 Co-ordinator Annik Heal – 01494 673188

Our group meets on a Tuesday morning at various venues in and around the parish. This is the longest standing of all groups. We start with coffee, study a chosen book from the Bible with much discussion within the group, and end with the grace.





 Co-ordinators -Roger & Christine Edwards – 01494 672021

We meet on the first Thursday in each month at our house – 7 Woodlands Drive, Beaconsfield HP9 1JY.
Participants come from Holy Trinity and St Margaret’s. The format is to start at 7pm with a sociable supper,
followed by some Bible study, usually focused on a book of the Bible, a theme or a character with discussion
afterwards. We warmly welcome those who can only attend occasionally or who would like to just make a tentative visit



Co-ordinator – David Carter 01494 813015

We meet on 1st & 3rd Wednesdays from 8.00pm at one of our homes. After refreshments and prayer the evening is largely dictated by the needs of the group supported by Scripture. Members of the group often bring suggestions and share concerns, and we sometimes agree to study a theme over a period of several weeks.


EllaMartin02Co-ordinators – Martin & Ella Dominguez 01494 816582

We meet Tuesday evening’s alternate weeks at 8.00pm at 40 Hazlemere Road, Penn with informal relaxed fellowship and shared journey into Christ. Our home group is dedicated to exploring the scriptures, considering what they say to us and sharing with each other our insights. We aim to grow our faith, hearing what God has said to us through His word and how we can live this in our daily lives. This can take the form of Bible reading and commentary, listening to or watching DVDs and simply sharing our joys, sorrows, doubts or fears.


DavidECo-ordinators – David & Pam Ellingham 01494 816260

We meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 8.00pm in Pam & David’s home, – 41A Wheeler Avenue, Tylers Green. Tea and coffee is served on arrival while we catch up on each others news and share our joys and concerns.
This is followed by a Bible Study and discussion, aimed at understanding how we can put the Lord’s teaching into practice in our daily lives. An important aspect is sharing our experiences and feeling free to ask questions about any aspect of the Christian faith. No one is pressurised to read or to comment, – it is enough just to enjoy the fellowship. After the Bible Study we have a time of prayer together, followed by singing two or three hymns. The meeting closes with the Grace and a sharing of the Peace.


Co-ordinators – Nigel01Nigel & Pauline Stowe 01494 717496

Nigel and Pauline’s group usually meet on Tuesday or Wednesday, on alternate weeks in each other’s homes, at lunch times in the winter months and in the evening in the summer. During the year we have a number of Bible based topics and themes to explore and discuss.

 Geraldine cropCo-ordinator – Geraldine Howell 01494 713797

Our group meets fortnightly in Hazlemere. We begin with coffee and a general catch-up on events before moving into a period of study and discussion. We maintain an informal and open-ended approach to our topics working within a structured and defined programme that we hope continuously deepens our understanding of the bible and it’s narrative.





 Co-ordinator – Edwina Sarkissian 01494 812837

We aim to meet every Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:30 am at Edwina’s house, 13 New Road (01494 812837), but occasionally we meet at Shirley’s, 5 Birch Way (01494 813594). After a cup of tea or coffee we commence our meeting with prayer before the Bible Study. We all find the Prayer time very valuable.



Co-ordinators – Tilly Perfect & Sue Wallace 01494 812679 & 01494 812879

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We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 8.00pm in Tilly’s home – Birnam Cottage, Church Road, Penn. We aim to provide a relaxed and informal setting, to share fellowship and learn together more about our faith and how to apply it in our lives. Our evening starts with refreshments and general conversation and continues with study and discussion ending in prayer.




If you would like to join a home group or just want more information our co-ordinators will be delighted to talk to you.