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Midweek Programme

Tuesday Afternoon Group

We meet at St. Peter’s Court, St. Peter’s Road on alternate Tuesdays from 2.00 am to 4.00 pm. This is mainly for men and women of middle years and upwards. The opportunity to meet new people and old friends over tea and cakes and a chance to hear a good range of visiting speakers throughout the term.

For more information, please contact the church office.

Small Groups

The Small Groups meet in different homes on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. These groups have always played an important part in the life of St. Peter’s. We encourage everyone to join a group if possible because we see it as one of the ways to grow as a Christian in an informal and relaxed situation, also to build friendships and to feel you really belong.

Please speak to Ross Terranova on
01732 842027 for more information.

St Peter’s Church PCC

St Peter’s Parochial Church Council meet bi monthly on the second Wednesday of the month.

If you have any items that you would like to be discussed please contact:

Jane Beldham – PCC Secretary or

Rev Ross Terranova.

Forthcoming meeting dates: 

9th January 2019

Crafty Coffee– Knitting with a Purpose

Come and join us in the Golding Room every Wednesday morning during term time from 9.30 am to 11.00 am. You don’t have to be a fantastic knitter; there is help on offer. We knit for many charities across the world and all that we make is donated to those in need. If you are not able to join us on a Wednesday morning, you can knit at home for us or help by donating wool so that we can keep on knitting!

For more information, please speak to Priscilla Payne

Tel: 01732 841257

Rochester Link- November 2017

Knitting with a Purpose-The Crafty Coffee knitting group at St Peter’s Church, Ditton, meets each Wednesday. Crafting items as diverse as knitted ‘boobs’ to help demonstrate breast feeding techniques at Maidstone Hospital, sensory bands for dementia patients, to clothes for premature babies. The Rev Priscilla Payne says ” Many friendships have developed- one lady said it has changed her life; she was lonely but now has many people who care about her”