SHARE IN THE LOVE AND SPIRIT OF THE LORD
A WELCOMING COMMUNITY WHO
Our weekly live services have resumed, however we are aware that some of our congregation are still not able to join us at St Margaret's and, particulary, we cannot welcome back our junior members until the building work is completed and the area is madde safe for them.
We have decided it is important, therefore, to
continue with our online services
in addition to our Sunday church service.
Go to our Publications page to view all our online services and meditations.
To read St Margaret's Voices, our weekly newsletter
click the link here.
St Margaret's is pleased to announce the re-opening of the church.
We have now resumed a weekly service of Morning Praise at
We are following Government and Church of England guidance to ensure you will feel safe.
Pews have been cleaned
Anti-bacterial gel is available for use on entry and exit.
We are taking the names of the congregation for track and trace.
Please wear a mask.
Although this situation is not as we would wish we are really looking forward to seeing you.
If you have any questions about access or safety at the church then please email them to
Prayer for The Week
God of mission,
who alone brings growth to Your church,
send Your Holy Spirit to give us vision to our planning,
wisdom to our actions
and power to our witness.
Help our church grow in numbers,
in spiritual commitment to you, and in service to our local community,
through Jesus Christ, our Lord.
Come and join us at St Margaret's Church, Crick. We are a vibrant community who are steadily growing and building our relationship with God and the Crick community. We hold weekly services and during the year offer a wide range of events. Come and worship with us.
ABOUT OUR CHURCH
There has been a church on this site since c700 AD and over time the wooden structure was replaced by stone until in the 11th century the Normans established a more permanent building.
St Margaret's Church, Crick takes its duty and obligations to protect ALL extremely seriously. We follow the Church of England's national, robust procedures and guidelines. We have also adopted the national policy 'Promoting a safer Church 2017' which is reviewed annually by our PCC. You can find more about the national policies and procedures at
If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful, local contact information at
Alternatively, speak with a member of the clergy or the Parish Safeguarding Officer.