Online Giving

You can now make an online donation to St Peter’s,

Please consider a donation, however small, it will be gratefully received.

Our Church’s response to the national public health guidance relating to coronavirus

  • Our mission to share the love of God with our community remains paramount! This means keeping each other safe and caring for our neighbour by prayer, generosity and keeping in touch by phone, especially with those of us who are vulnerable and/or need to self-isolate.  And by following Government and NHS guidance on coronavirus!
  • Sunday and weekday services, including Messy Church, will not be held at St Peter’s until further notice
  • Stay and Play held on Friday mornings is suspended until further notice
  • Weekday home group meetings are suspended until further notice
  • Other church social events or meetings for prayer and worship are also suspended until further notice
  • St Peter’s will be open for private prayer on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday mornings at 08:30
  • We will publish details of worship services to be broadcast or streamed online so that all who wish to worship and pray in virtual company have the opportunity to do so
  • We will endeavour to keep in touch with our community through our website, FaceBook pages, email lists and paper communications
  • If you need to contact a minister, please
  • Remember to follow Government and NHS guidance on coronavirus (covid-19).
    • Everyone should do what they can to stop coronavirus spreading by
      • following hygiene guidance (handwashing and coughing/sneezing)
      • avoiding close contact with people who have symptoms of coronavirus
      • only travel on public transport if you need to
      • working from home if possible
      • avoiding social activities and events with large groups of people
    • If you have symptoms of the infection (a new, continuous cough and/or a high temperature) please isolate yourself at home for 7 days if you live alone, or 14 days from the day the first person got symptoms if you live with others. Use the NHS 111 online service if you cannot cope with the symptoms at home, your condition gets worse, or the symptons do not get better after 7 days. Only use the NHS 111 phone service if you cannot get help online.



For Safeguarding concerns, please contact our Peter Mason,  For more information on Safeguarding, and to view our Safeguarding policy, please click here