All Saints' Church, Ockham

with St Michael's Chapel, Downside

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Church for us is not just about an attractive and historic building, but a living, vibrant community of all ages, serving God, growing together and reaching out.  Come and join us, you will find a warm, friendly welcome at any of our churches.


At Ockham we offer Parish Communion on the first, second and third Sundays, a Family Service on the fourth Sunday. All at 10.30am.


A Children's Church meets in the Pebbles cabin three Sundays a month.


At Downside  Songs of Praise is offered on the first Sunday of the month and  Holy Communion is offered every other Sunday. Services are at 9am.


For more information about our other activities or baptisms and weddings please see the following web pages.


Welcome to Ockham Church




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Ockham church needs your support

Please email [email protected] for a link to our online donation system

Regular services

All Saints' Church, Ockham

10.30am in church , but also on Zoom.


1st Sunday: Family Service


2nd Sunday: Holy Communion + Pebbles children's church


3rd Sunday: Service of the Word + Pebbles children's church


4th Sunday: Holy Communion


St Michael's Chapel, Downside

9.00am in the chapel


1st & 3rd Sundays: Service of the Word


2nd & 4th Sundays: Holy Communion


If you would like a link to our services on Zoom, please email [email protected]


Have you booked to go and hear Justin Welby yet? To get a flavour of what he has to say please listen to his 3-minute video which you can view by clicking below.


  • The first occasion to hear him, for clergy and congregations, is to launch and pray for the event. To find out more click here.


  • The second is primarily for church members to take friends who don't usually go to church to listen to what he has to say. Booking details and locations can be found here.

Come and listen to Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

Sept cover Welby