Welcome to St Peter’s Church!
We are a community of Christians seeking to serve and love those around us. Our building is at the top of North Hill (where it meets the High Street). Our congregation is made up of people of various ages and stages, some of whom live in the parish and many of whom come from further afield.
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*** THE CHURCH CALENDAR ***
Sunday 2nd April (Palm Sunday)
Wednesday 5th April
Thursday 6th April (Maundy Thursday)
Friday 7th April (Good Friday)
Sunday 9th April (Easter Day)
coming up soon…
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER
Palm Sunday 2nd April
Holy Wednesday 5th April
Maundy Thursday 6th April
Good Friday 7th April
2:00pm ‘Songs of Calvary’ Reflective Service (in church)
Easter Sunday 9th April
Whether you’re visiting or have recently moved to the area, whatever your age or background – we would be delighted to welcome you!
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SAFEGUARDING. St Peter’s is committed to safeguarding children, young people, victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse, and vulnerable adults. The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding, which may be found here — https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Miss Sue Almond, who may be contacted through the Parish Office or via the contact details displayed immediately inside the West Door of the church.
The PCC of St Peter’s has passed a resolution under the House of Bishop’s Declaration on the Ministry of Bishops and Priests in order to reflect its convictions on the distinctive ministry of men and women. A statement of these theological convictions is available here. It is important to note that all safeguarding arrangements remain unaffected by the provision enabled under the Declaration. The contacts for the Chelmsford Diocesan Safeguarding Team are available here.
St Peter’s Tower, from North Hill