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Latest News

Latest news from the parish of Caversham Thameside and Mapledurham.

July 2018

Toilet Twinning

At the parish service held at St Margaret Mapledurham, a special collection was taken to support the charity Toilet Twinning. Read more

Caversham Church Fete

England were readying themselves for one last World Cup match, Angelique and Serena were due on court at Wimbledon, yet still the crowds flowed into Caversham Court Gardens. Read more, and pictures

June 2018

A rural walk within urban Reading

The “Sporadic” ramblers explored the greenery beside the Kennet. Read more, and pictures


The June edition of the parish newsletter has been published. Older newsletters are in the newsletter archive.

April 2018

Spring Ramble

The most stunning display of tulips awaited us at the end of the Spring Ramble. Read more, and pictures

Children and Families Outreach Worker

St Johns are seeking to appoint a Children and Families Outreach Worker. Read more

Sunrise Service

About 50 people gathered around a warming fire in Caversham Court at 6am for the start of the Easter Liturgy. Read more, and pictures

March 2018

Two donkeys and a bishop

On Palm Sunday more than 150 people and six dogs joined donkeys Buffy and Solomon as they walked with the Bishop of Reading, Andrew Proud. Read more, and pictures

Revision of the Electoral Roll

The parish Electoral Roll is open for revision until Saturday 24 March 2018. Read more, and an application form.

February 2018

The way of Christ leads across the river

A new crossing over the River Thames lived up to its name as the Bishop of Reading, Andrew Proud, led a transfer of worshippers across Christchurch Bridge from Reading to Caversham. Read more, and pictures


The February edition of the parish newsletter reports on the launch of the St Johns-Greyfriars partnership, and announces several upcoming events.

January 2018

Winter Ramble

The Winter Ramble explored the Thames footpaths. Read more, and pictures

Older news

Older news can be found in the parish news archive. News from May 2015 or earlier that is specific to just one of the three churches can be found in the St Peters, St Johns and St Margarets news archives.