Puttenham is a tiny village with an ancient church. The worship is varied in form but always at 3.30pm. On the first Sunday of the month is Holy Communion BCP, second Sunday is the new Service of Light, and on the third Sunday is Taize Worship. The fourth Sunday it is Choral Evensong BCP when the congregation is joined by a choir, largely (but not exclusively) from Tring who lead the singing at evensong. On the fith Sunday it is the Service of Light..
Puttenham is certainly the church for those who want a beautiful village setting with the timeless beauty of the Book of Common Prayer. There is an excellent hall next door to the church which makes St Mary’s ideal for weddings.
Puttenham is also renowned for its hospitality, whether that is the glorious afternoon tea served at Choral Evensong, the infamous trifles at the Harvest supper, or the lethal Puttenham punch at the Lessons and Carols.
The Vicar at Puttenham is Huw. You can find his details on the contacts page
The church is open on Sundays for visitors, if you would like to visit at another time, please contact Christine the churchwarden by email