Interregnum

Following the retirement of our past Rector (Alan Howe), St Peters enters a period of interregnum. Services will be led by visiting preachers during this period.

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Rev. Alan Howe – retirement

Our current Priest in charge – The Rev. Canon Alan Howe – will retire from this parish as of 6th June. This will be last Sunday service that Alan will lead for us. We wish him a happy retirement.

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Tower Project – latest

The first phase of the Tower rennovation project has been completed, interior work including the removal of an asbestos, removing of rotten timber and replacing of wooden flooring, installation of a new tower and the wooden slated windows replaced. The recent funding campaign has been a success and now allows us to move forward with… Continue reading Tower Project – latest

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Good Friday Reflection

Dear Church Family Carol and I send Holy Week greetings. It is once again a different kind of Holy Week. Much continues to happen online, and I had the privilege of renewing my priestly vows (as clergy do in Holy Week every year). However, this happened online once again. Bishop Paul spoke helpfully about the… Continue reading Good Friday Reflection

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Church reopening

St Peters will open for regular Sunday services from March 28th (Palm Sunday). COVID restrictions will still apply with:- No singing during services Social distancing applied in seating arrangements in church A face covering MUST be worn by attendees No refreshments will be served after the service Congregation must vacate the church immediately after the… Continue reading Church reopening

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Sunday Reflection – 21/3/21

Dear Church Family Carol and I hope you are all well. I am posting this a little early this week to share some welcome good news. After discussion with the church wardens and the PCC, we have decided that we can begin the process of returning to a service in church. With the COVID rates… Continue reading Sunday Reflection – 21/3/21

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Sunday Reflection – 14/3/21

Dear Church Family This is the 5th time we have spent Mothering Sunday together! It also marks another anniversary because Mothering Sunday last year was the first Sunday when we were unable to meet due to COVID. It is sad that twice in a row the very service where we would love to be together… Continue reading Sunday Reflection – 14/3/21

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Sunday Reflection – 7/3/20

Dear Church Family We hope you are well and encouraged by the gradual arrival of Spring. I have attached three pictures from the churchyard. Two of these show some beautiful spring flowers in the early morning sun and the third shows you that work is going forward on the tower. Thank you again for the… Continue reading Sunday Reflection – 7/3/20

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Sunday Reflection – 28/2/21

Dear Church Family I write this as the sun is revealing Tollerton at it’s beautiful Spring best. The daffodils are opening in the garden to join this years awesome display of snowdrops and there is the beginning of the feel that this long hard start to 2021 is giving away to the green shoots of… Continue reading Sunday Reflection – 28/2/21

Sunday Reflection – 21/2/21

Dear Church Family Greetings once again, as we head deeper into Lent. We hope you found the Ash Wednesday act of worship helpful. It has been heartening to see some progress this week with falling figures and increasing numbers of people vaccinated. We wait to see what Monday brings to discover the plan for returning… Continue reading Sunday Reflection – 21/2/21