We look forward to welcoming you at St Peter’s Church. 

The building will be closed for a few weeks while the internal walls are re plastered. We hope to be able to hold services inside the church building by the end of May. In the meantime services will be held in the Church Centre.  

You can watch some of the services held at St Peter’s by clicking       here. 

We have some essential building work to be carried out over the coming months and years. This includes roof repairs, repointing and plastering. If you would like to contribute to St Peter’s Church building fund, you can do this by clicking here.

Your support is greatly appreciated.


If you would like information on how we can support our brothers and sisters in Ukraine click here.


We regularly hold groups for all ages and warmly welcome you.

For information about Safeguarding please read the information under the heading Sundays – JAM Club or contact the Church Office.

St Peter’s Church Safeguarding Officer is Mrs S Thomas.

Her email address is   safeguard.stpetes@gmail.com 

You can email her about any concerns and questions that you have.

Please click on the links below to read the Safer Church Policy Statement and for advice.


Safe Spaces– is an independent service supporting survivors of church-related abuse funded by the Church of England together with the Catholic Church in England and Wales and the Church in Wales.
Run by the charity Victim Support, it is free to access via telephone – 0300 303 1056 (answerphone available outside of opening times), email – safespaces@victimsupport.org

If you have been requested to complete Basic Safeguarding Training, you can access the online training course by clicking here.

Promoting a Safer Church

Further information

We are here to demonstrate God’s love for all as shown in Jesus to people where we live and work.

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