Events and News

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Holy Week and Easter

We are approaching the holiest point of the Christian year, when the services are varied and beautiful and speak to us of the depth and richness of our Christian faith.  The period from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday (‘Holy Week’) is an important spiritual journey and I warmly encourage you to make time to experience that journey for yourselves.  If you have not been to St Peter’s before, do come and join us – we would be delighted to welcome you.  Click on the link below for details

Guidance on Covid Safety after Plan B

As you will be aware, the Government is introducing new Covid-safety provisions (‘Plan B’) in response to the risks posed by the Omicron variant. On 9 December the Church of England also issued updated Guidance to Clergy. St Peter’s is already operating under Covid-safe protocols. We have updated our Risk Assessment in the light of current guidance.

For the time-being you must wear a mask in the Church unless an exception applies.

There is plenty of space in the Church for the congregation to spread out and any worshippers who feel vulnerable are invited to take a folding chair and sit in the north or south aisles.

Hand sanitiser is offered at the entrance to the Church.

The peace is offered without physical contact.

Communion in both kinds is delivered by intinction by the Celebrant, who wears disposable gloves at this point.

For further details click on the link below.

Crib Service 24 December 2021

Our crib service, held on Christmas Eve, was well supported despite illness and the need for some families to isolate. The children performed beautifully and with charming enthusiasm.

Quarterly Newsletter

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Election of new Parochial Church Council Members

We are pleased to welcome Brian, Rebecca, Valerie and Joy, four new members of St Peter’s Parochial Church Council elected at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting on 18 April 2021. This brings the PCC membership up to 13. PCC members have a very important role – they are trustees, responsible for maintaining the church and securing its finances. For full details of the election click the link below.