On Sunday, Bishop Paul’s Easter Day Sermon can be either read on our website or watched live from the Minister. The sermon will be available on livestream here or you can read it on our website.
Bishop Andy’s Easter message will be shared this week. His video reminds us that in the midst of the current atrocities in Ukraine and the struggles in our personal lives, Jesus understands our human suffering and that we have hope in Jesus’ Resurrection. We will be sharing the video on Youtube and Facebook.
The Sunday Easter Eucharist Service take place at 8:00 am not 10:00 am (our usual start time for Sunday Services). This is due to the availability of a visiting preacher. There will be an Easter Praise and Worship service at 10:00 am lead by our lay preacher – Rev. Fraser Sims.
Games Evenings recommence in February, meeting in the Church Centre at 7 pm in the Church Centre. A charge of £2 covers tea and coffee.
The group will recommence meeting every Tuesday afternoon at 2pm, meeting at the Church Centre. All are welsome!
In Bishop Paul’s Advent & Christmas message for 2021, against the backdrop of so much fear in our world, he speaks about “the transforming hope that Jesus brings, which sets people free to be themselves as God intended.” We warmly invite you to watch Bishop Paul’s Christmas message and join us in celebrating God’s living… Continue reading Bishop Paul’s Advent Message
After the disappointment of last year; when Christmas was disrupted and people were apart, all our traditional festive services are back this year so come and join with us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus. December 19th (6 pm) – Carol Service (jointly with Tollerton Methodist Church). A service of 9 lessons and carols,… Continue reading Christmas at St Peters
Sunday 14th November. This year the entire Remembrance Service will take place in front of the war memorial. Some seating will be available for those unable to stand. The uniformed groups will parade down Tollerton Lane from Medina Drive as usual and the service will commence at 10:30 am. The minute silence will take place… Continue reading Remembrance Sunday