At the heart of all we do at St Peter’s is our worship.

Every Sunday
8.00am Holy Communion, with a sermon and no hymns. This is a quiet, reflective service in more traditional language.

10.00am Holy Communion, with sermon, hymns and children’s activities. A more modern service with a choir. We usually have coffee in the Church Hall after the service.

Every Wednesday
10.00am Holy Communion. A short midweek service, for many who attend it is an oasis of calm in the middle of the week.

Monthly services
6.00pm First Sunday of the month Evensong. This is Book of Common Prayer evensong, often it is a Choral Service, which means that the choir do most of the singing.

11.15am Second Sunday of the month we have our Family Service. A bit noisy, very lively. We are joined by our Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Beavers, Cubs and Scouts for this service.

Revd David's Blog

  • Lay Pastoral Ministry

    The other Sunday, when we welcomed Kathy Hale as Lay Pastoral Minister, I promised to put a link to the information from the Diocese about LPMs. Well, here it is – the Diocesan web page with a film that we made a few years ago about this very wide-ranging ministry.

  • Suffering with Christ

    This Lent the Readers of Peterborough Diocese are offering 40 reflections on Suffering with Christ. You might like to use them to help your thinking during the season. Keep an eye out for the contributions of all three of our Readers and the handiwork of Tom Kirby and his team who produced the series.

  • Memorial Service

    We held our Memorial Service last week. It is always a moving occasion.  If you would like to hear my talk you can find it here..

  • Ordination

    Last Saturday I was privileged be in the Cathedral for the Ordination of Deacons. It was an occasion that was formal but intimate, grand and personal, exciting and, for me, humbling. One of the people being ordained was Allison Twigg who is spending her curacy at St Peter’s. As her Incumbent I helped her on [...]

  • Sermon

    I haven’t done this for awhile but here’s the sermon I preached on 8th February 2015.