St. Peter's is an ancient church in a beautiful churchyard.
A service is held at 10am every Sunday (unless we are attending one of the other churches for a joint service) and the congregation is friendly and welcoming. On the first Sunday of the month, at 3pm, we have 'Church Rocks', a time for young people and their families to come along and share in a short, simple time of worship, an activity and refreshments together.
Our services include modern-language holy communion, morning worship and occasional family services each with hymns and songs and a sermon. Coffee is served after most services. The Church is fitted with a hearing-loop.
There is a car park at the end of the driveway.
Over the years the Friends of St. Peter's (a separate charity) has raised large sums of money to repair and enhance the fabric of St. Peter's Church. Their largest project was the renovation of the bells (repairs to three old bells, the addition of three new bells and a new frame and ringing platform) which was completed in 2003. The six bells are now rung regularly by our team of ringers (practice Tuesday evenings).
For details of services at St. Peter's (and throughout the parish) please see our "Church Services" page.
To arrange Baptisms, Weddings etc. please contact the Parish Office (see our "Contact Us Page" for details).
Although the Churchyard is closed (so no one else may normally be buried here) the Garden of Remembrance - pictured left - is open and available for the interment of the cremated remains of parishioners. For more details contact one of the clergy (see our "Contact Us Page") or speak to your Funeral Director.
The following map shows how to find St. Peter's: (click on the for directions etc.) NB The Church car park is in Old School Lane (there is no parking space in Church Lane).