Welcome to Flitwick Parish Church

We are part of the Church of England in the Diocese of St Albans


We are delighted to be resuming public worship for Holy Week and Easter - please see details on the 'Services' pages.

After Easter, our worship will be a mix of in person and online. Please see our 'Worship during COVID19' page for more details.

Our Church building remains open from 9 am to dusk daily for private prayer.


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What's on At Flitwick Church


9:00 am All age Sunday Celebration.

on Zoom - please email for codes

10.30 am Parish Eucharist

 (In person in the building and

live-streamed on our facebook page).


10:00 am Coffee & Chat.

on Zoom - please email for codes

Monday to Friday

9.00 am Morning Prayer (Live-streamed on our facebook page).

Our Church building is open daily for

private prayer between 9am and dusk

Restrictions due to Coronavirus have changed what is possible for funerals. In addition to services at the crematorium or graveside, we can also offer small services in Church. We recognise how difficult bereavement is especially in these difficult times and will work together with you to craft a fitting, personal funeral.


You might also like to discuss a memorial service for a later date. 

We would love to hear from you if you would like a Wedding or Christening at Flitwick Parish Church.

Due to Coronavirus Christenings and Weddings

are very restricted at present, but we are very happy to talk about a service at a future date


At Flitwick Church we take safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults seriously. Please find our policy here. If you have any concerns, our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Jane Thompson, who you can contact at safeguarding@flitwickchurch.org

Contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor at safeguarding@stalbans.anglican.org

The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Peter and St Paul with St Andrew, Flitwick is registered with the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales (Charity Number 1169624)
©2019 by Flitwick Church.