This week at St Peter's (Sunday 2nd August)
This was our 10am service last Sunday (2nd August):
There will be music on the organ and piano but no congregational singing, and you are invited to arrive from 9.40am via the main South Door. We will be sharing communion together. For more information on this and to find out how we are complying with government and Church of England guidance, you can read our FAQs here.
Our evening service will play out at 6.30pm on Sunday 2nd August 2020:
The Lockdown Cook-Up:
What began as sharing each other’s latest culinary experiments at the Youth Cafe Zoom after church each Sunday has evolved into ‘A Lockdown Cook-Up’ online cookbook.
You can read it online here, and find out more about the 2.6 challenges the fabulous youth group have been undertaking, all to help raise awareness and money for local charity YouthTalk while looking after their own mental health.
We'd love it if you could make one of the recipes and make a donation to YouthTalk, and tell your friends!
The link is:
For more information, you can find the press release here.
This was our St Peter's Day Family Time:
Here is a link to the churchyard scavenger hunt.
These were our Holy Week and Easter services:
Good Friday Family Time service with craft, stories and song:
In our Stations of the Cross we remember Jesus' journey to the cross in a series of seven short reflections, each led by a different member of St Peter's:
A service of Good Friday Evening Reflections, led by Canon Margaret Tinsley:
Maundy Service commemoration of the Last Supper:
We are called to be a Church for the City - welcoming all, celebrating life, sharing the journey. Read more
Everyone is welcome at our church. We meet for worship, and learn and teach our faith together. Read more
Children are most welcome at our services and especially at the 9.30am Holy Communion service where there is a crèche and Junior Church during term time. Read more
Making music is a key part of life at St Peter's. We are able to offer a first class musical education for young people, and we act as a venue for a variety of lunchtime and evening concerts. Read more
Our services this week
Thursday 6 August 2020
|10am||Sunday Morning Worship|
Our Sunday morning service is now back in church. If you'd like to join us in person, please RSVP by clicking here.
|For more information about how we're complying with government and Church of England guidance, please check out our FAQs on returning to church.|
|However you'd like to join, whether online or in person, you'll be very welcome!|
|For those watching online, the service is followed by a Zoom call you can access here.|
|Family time resources for this week are available here|
|6.30pm||Sunday Night Prayer|
|Join Rev Mark Dearnley for a service of Night Prayer featuring choral music. Available on our YouTube channel from 6.30pm or here on the church homepage.|
Morning Prayer - every weekday
Or if you know others who aren't online, this is how they can phone in on a regular phone:
1. Dial 020 3051 2874. (Please note this is the cost of a national call)
2. Wait for the prompt and then enter the meeting ID code: 867 4369 6274 # The password is 123456.
3. After the prompt about meeting hosts and personal ID, just press the # key.
We are open for private prayer on Sundays and Wednesdays from 12pm until 3pm. Please enter through the South door where hand sanitiser is provided.