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Saturday Morning Prayers

We believe that one of the most powerful things we can do is pray. The weekly Saturday morning prayer gatherings take place on zoom at 8:00am.

To receive the Zoom link, please click on the entry in the appropriate date on the ChurchSuite calendar.

Monthly Prayer Gatherings

Monthly prayer gatherings take place on the second Tuesday of the month, 7:30-8:30 in person (in church) and 8:30-9:30 on zoom.

This is an opportunity for members of the church family to come together and pray about a range of needs and opportunities for our church, our parish and our world. We also share testimonies and give thanks for answers to prayer.

To receive the Zoom link, please click on the entry in the appropriate date on the ChurchSuite calendar

Daily Reflections

A short reflection on a Bible passage each weekday morning on YouTube.

You can also join the Facebook page group Christ Church Chorleywood Daily Reflections 

Archived Daily Reflections June-September 2020

Home Groups

Home Groups are a loving environment where we can grow spiritually, whether we have been a Christian for a short while, or for many years. They offer discipleship, Bible Study, prayer, fellowship, support, and encouragement.  And they are the place where it is often easiest to get to know people. Each group has a unique feel but they are all friendly, loving, and with some social times together.

We have groups spread across the Chorleywood, Rickmansworth, Loudwater, Mill End, and Chalfont areas. They typically meet fortnightly and there is a mix of daytime and evening groups. We have an online group for parents with young families.

We believe that Home Groups have a vital role to play in how we grow spiritually as Christians. Our vision is to see the majority of the church family in a home group with as far as practicable a group suitable for everyone. So, if you are interested in joining a group, we would love to chat with you.

To find out more, please contact our Home Group Co-ordinators Terence and Robyn Russoff via the church office at

Some home groups may want to use a previous Sunday’s sermon as a basis for discussion:

Anchor Groups

If you have a desire to go deeper with God alongside others and gain stronger foundations for your faith, or to explore faith for the very first time, do consider joining an Anchor Group. We live in strange times and we all need an anchor for our souls, something to hold us steady as we face all that life throws at us. Only Jesus, who has known us and loved us our entire lives, can truly provide that anchor, but so often we find ourselves looking elsewhere for answers, security and hope, and when we face life’s storms, we begin to get tossed around and lose our bearings.

We usually start a new group in the Autumn, which is focussed on people who want to know more about the Christian faith. Absolutely no Bible knowledge is required for this and you won’t be asked to pray, read out loud, or answer tricky questions!  We start with a course called Christianity Explored.  If you’d like to continue after that, we have a series of other courses which follow on, giving you a three year programme, but you are free to step out at any time if you feel your needs have been met.  

If you already consider yourself a Christian and have some familiarity with the Bible, we would love to find a place for you in an existing group. In addition to the church’s homegroups overseen by Terence Russoff, we have three further groups which meet fortnightly in the daytime and two which meet in the evening, one on Zoom, one face-to-face. These are Anchor Groups who have finished the three year programme and are now operating as homegroups because they wanted to stay together.  They are friendly and non-threatening and you’ll be able to open up as much or as little as you wish. It’s a wonderful opportunity to study the Bible, draw closer to Jesus and work out together what the Word of God is saying for our lives today.

If you’d like to know more, just get in touch with me, Eileen Gardner, via the church office, and I’ll be happy to chat things through with you on a preliminary basis without you needing to commit.

So we who have found safety with Him [Jesus] are greatly encouraged to hold firmly to the hope placed before us. We have this hope as an anchor for our lives. It is safe and sure.

Hebrews 6:18-19

(The Good News Bible)


We know we need to study the Bible to learn more about 

how God wants us to live and encourage others…

But how can we really dig deeper? 

What tools equip us in gaining both a broader and deeper understanding of how it all fits together? How do we gain insights which can sustain our other Christian activities?

We invite you to be challenged by the wisdom of the Bible and to join us in learning how to observe, interpret and apply what the Bible teaches. 


Fortnightly Mondays at 20:00 – 21:45

Kevin & Clare’s home in Rickmansworth

For more details:
contact the Church Office

Christians in the workplace

“Christians in the Workplace” is our initiative to support and encourage Christians to relate their faith to the challenging realities of the workplace.

Our meetings are in a home setting on 2nd Saturday of the month, with our discussions are fuelled by a cooked breakfast!

It is a safe environment to discuss issues, explore what the Bible says into work situations, share our experiences of being a Christian in a work context and pray for each other. We’d love to hear from you if you are interested. Contact Jim Rathbone

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