Remembrance Sunday is on Sunday November 12th, starting with the annual parade of Uniformed Groups from Medina Drive (approx. 9:30 am). Tollerton Lane will be closed from 9:15 am until, 10:00 am to road traffic and then closes again approximately at 10:45 am. The congregation and clergy then move to the War Memorial for a… Continue reading Remembrance Sunday
Councillor Debbie Mason (Mayor of Rushcliffe) will hold her annual civic service at St. Peters on October 15th at 3pm. The Mayor’s Chaplin is Canon Rev. Bronwen Gamble will conduct the service. All are welcome.
The Quiz Night taking place on Saturday 30th September at 7 pm, will include a Ploughmans Supper. Prize for winning team.
The Annual Art and Photography Weekend will take place on the weekend of 9th and 10th of September. There will be soup / home made cakes along with tea and coffee. Free admission. Some of the Artwork will be available for sale.
Nottingham Archdeacon the Ven Phi Williams is taking our Holy Communion service on May 7th. Phil is one of the key people who will decide the future of St Peter’s so as well as looking forward to his service and preaching, it will be an opportunity to ask him about any plans for St Peter’s… Continue reading Archdeacon Visit
Bishop Andy reflects on the contrasting emotions of Holy Week, of grief that turns to joy, and what we can learn from children about living life to the full this Easter.
Remembrance Sunday is on November 13th starting with the annual parade service of uniformed groups from Medina Drive at approximately 9.30am. Tollerton Lane will be closed from approximately 9.15am until 10am and from approximately 10.45am to 11.15am for a short service at the War Memorial following the church service and the laying of wreaths. The Rev… Continue reading Remembrance Sunday
A special service to remember and reflect on the life of Queen Elizabeth II and give thanks will take place in church next Sunday 18th at 4pm. Everyone is welcome.
The annual Art and Photography weekend will take place over September 10th and 11th. There will be the usual display of photography and art exhibits. And an opportunity to purchase many of these works. There will also be the usual teas/coffees plus light refreshments available.
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.