St. Peter's in the City
Whether you're exploring the Christian faith or you've been a Christian for a while, we hope this website tells you what you want to know about St. Peter's. St. Peter's is a diverse community of faith, hope and love in the heart of the city, committed to live by faith, to be known by love, and to be a voice of hope. We take seriously the preaching of God's Word, the ministry of the Holy Spirit and demonstrating God's love for the community. Imagine a local Church where children, young people, students and adults are helped to come to faith in Jesus Christ: where they are welcomed and loved, taught and trained; where they are confident in sharing their faith and clear about God's call on their lives; where they serve one another and their community, where all are involved in ministry and leaders are developed. Imagine all this happening through the preaching of God's Word and in the power of the Holy Spirit. This is the vision we aspire to and by God's grace we are moving forward together on this journey! We hope that you will find St. Peter's to be a church where you can be fully the person God calls you to be. Please come and check us out and whether you want to consider making St. Peter's your church or you simply want to visit, we assure you of a very warm welcome. Paul Morris
Sunday Services There is a regular Sunday morning service at St. Peter's at 10.45am. Worship styles vary, with a mixture of more formal and contemporary worship styles. Morning At 10.45 we have a crèche and groups for children, who leave after being in the service for a while. On two Sundays each month we celebrate Holy Communion, and the children return to join us for the end part of the service. Evening There are occasional evening services or events on other Sundays of the month - please check the monthly diary page for more details. Midweek Services There is an ecumenical service at 12.30pm on Fridays, preceded by coffee - an ideal opportunity to enjoy some time for quiet and reflection in the midst of a busy day at work, or to take a break from shopping to come and pray.