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The North Buckingham Parish consists of the Villages of Akeley, Leckhampstead, Lillingstone Dayrell, Lillingstone Lovell and Maids Moreton as well as part of the town of Buckingham. Each of the congregations within the Parish endeavours to reflect a multi colourful richness and diversity of the respective communities embedded in Christian unity. Everyone, living within or outside the Parish, is very welcome to come and join any of our gatherings and add his or her personality to the richness of our Christian identity. Wether you are just browsing or looking for something specific in our website, we hope you will find our five Churches of interest, and would like to take part in our weekly worship or activities.

From the very young to the emphatically ‘not so young’ there’s a group to suit you, and we are waiting for you to join us.

Rev. Hans Taling  rectornbp@gmail.com

Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost to honor the Holy Trinity—the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Although the word “trinity” does not appear in Scripture, it is taught in Matthew 28:18-20 and 2 Corinthians 13:14 (and many other biblical passages). The concept of the trinity can never be completely understood or rationalized, but it is clearly taught in Scripture. Understanding of all scriptural doctrine is by faith which comes through the work of the Holy Spirit; therefore, it is appropriate that this mystery is celebrated the first Sunday after Pentecost, when the outpouring of the Holy Spirit first occurred.

On Trinity Sunday, the Christian Church ponders with joy and thanksgiving what the Father, Son and Holy Spirit have done to accomplish the salvation of sinful humanity. It is brought to remembrance how Christians should respond to the love God has shown us, praising Him and giving Him glory. We remember the Father as our Creator, the Son as our Savior and the Holy Spirit as our Comforter.