Last Sunday we opened the St Peter’s church building for public worship for the first time since 15 March. The last four months have seen the establishment of online services via Zoom as a new way of meeting and worshipping together, but not everyone has been able to engage with these. More recently the Government has released the some of the coronavirus restrictions, and our Parochial Church Council agreed that a said service of Morning Prayer could happen at 10:00 last Sunday on a trial basis. A group from the PCC worked out how we could observe social distancing and hand sanitising, and on the day 22 people attended the short service led by Peter Mason. This included several of us who have not been able to participate in the Zoom services. This week our PCC will review last Sunday’s service and decide whether and how we can have public worship on Sundays in church in the future. Do pray for the PCC!
Christian Aid Week
Begins Sunday 10th May. The traditional door to door collection is no more, and yet the need to relieve poverty and suffering in our world is ever present, and particularly amid the coronavirus crisis. Please do visit the Christian Aid website to see how you can play a part in this ministry by prayer, donating and action. https://www.christianaid.org.uk/
For details of our faculty application download the zip file containing the documents using the link to the right – St Peters Faculty Application
APCM Report 2020
The 2020 Annual Parochial Church Meeting report is available from the link to the right – Annual Parochial Church Meeting 2020