Easter Sunday Egg Hunt April 21st is Easter Sunday. At St Peter’s we will celebrate this most important day in the Church’s calendar at our usual Sunday Service time at 9.30 am. After the service there will be coffee / tea and biscuits for the adults, and an Easter egg hunt for the youngsters. With […]
Stewardship Appeal Easter 2019 For the cost of ‘a pie and a pint’ each week you could really help your parish church. (Admittedly that’s a cheap pie!) We are hoping that the equivalent of 25 people will gift £20 per month, or 100 could give £5 per month. This regular extra income will mean we can serve […]
Historic Appeal from 1954 As we launch our ‘pie and a pint for St Peter’ stewardship appeal,it is interesting to read here about the concerted effort to share outthe burden of responsibility throughout the parish. Click on image for better view View pdf version How they went about things in 1954 1954 Appeal to raise […]
March 31st was Mothering Sunday. Our ‘Service of the Word’ included the distribution of posies to the mothers attending; posies were also delivered to Mums in the parish who support the church, and to other friends of St Peter’s who we thought would like this ‘touch of Spring’. From our pewsheet: In the 16th century, […]
17th February – Valentine’s Sunday View Pew Sheet / Service Sheet On 17th February we held our special Valentine’s Sunday service to celebrate God’s Love in the world. The service is a slightly shortened version of Holy Communion with appropriately themed readings. Last Sunday we were delighted to welcome two couples who were married at St Peter’s […]
The crib will be blessed at our Christingle Service on Sunday 23rd December. At the moment Mary and Joseph are ready and waiting for the birth of Jesus, so the infant will be placed in the manger at our service on Christmas Day. The collection on Christmas Day will go to Derian House Children’s Hospice.
The Magi wait patiently on the window sill at the back of the church as they make their journey to visit the baby Jesus at Epiphany. Over the Sundays that lead up to the Feast of Epiphany they will make their way up the church via the window sills on the left hand side… until […]