From traditional to contemporary, we share in a wide range of worship, in both formal and informal settings. Our desire is for Jesus to be at the centre of all of our worship. We strive to come before God in spirit and in truth, ready to receive His love and His will for our lives.
We usually offer services at St Peter’s, Inkberrow at 8am, 10am and 11.30am on Sundays and at 10am on Wednesdays. Sunday services are also held at 9.30am at Cookhill and at 11am alternating between Kington and Dormston. Please see our weekly news sheets for details.
A traditional Holy Communion (Common Worship, Order 1) service is held on Sundays at 9.30am.
Informal Holy Communion is offered on the 1st Sunday of each month at 11am, exploring the message through a variety of modern and traditional ways.
A spoken Holy Communion (Common Worship, Order 2) based on the Book of Common Prayer is also offered at 8am - a simple service offering a time of peace.
A traditional Morning Prayer using contemporary language (Common Worship, this service embraces the value of worshiping within a familiar structure, enjoying traditional liturgy and celebrating hymns new and old.
Tea and coffee are served in the PEC opposite the church after the service, to enable congregations from the traditional and contemporary services to spend time together.
A relaxed, modern service is held at 11am most Sundays, supported by our worship band. As we explore different ways of deepening our relationship with God, the services often include time for reflection and space to encounter the Holy Spirit. Junior Church join the congregation at the start of the service, so that we can worship as a family.
We also enjoy family worship at Ignyte, held at 11am on the 2nd Sunday of the month in the PEC. This interactive service not only appeals to children and youth but also offers a different perspective for adults.
An informal, candle-lit gathering held at 8pm on the 2nd Sunday of each month. We cherish this Spirit-led service as a space for reflection and renewal.
The Well offers time for individual and corporate prayer and praise, with modern worship and opportunities for the congregation to share anything which God has placed on their hearts.
We offer a wide range of worship, learning and social activities for the younger members of our congregation, both through regular groups and ad-hoc events.
Junior Church meets most Sundays, alongside the 10am service. Once a month, parents and carers join Junior Church for a time of modern, interactive worship, known as “Ignyte”.
More information about Ignyte, youth services and other activites for younger people can be found here.
Wednesday @ 10am
Our mid-week Holy Communion is a traditional spoken service based on Order 1, Common Worship.
Pray with us
"Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:6-7
Cell groups are small groups of our church family, meeting fortnightly either at a member’s home or another venue in the village. Cell groups vary in style and approach, enabling everyone to find a group where they feel most at home.
Cells offer a safe environment for developing strong friendships, gaining a deeper understanding of the Bible, refocusing with mid-week worship and supporting each other with faithful prayer. If you’s like to join in, please contact us
Individual, confidential prayer ministry is available after each Sunday morning service. We also offer a particular focus on prayers for healing on the second Sunday of each month.
A prayer book is available in the church, in an area known as St Catherine’s chapel. Everyone is welcome to write a prayer request in this book or to light a votive candle in this chapel.
Saturday @ 8.30am
We pray together for our church and local community on the first Saturday of each month from 8.30-9.30am. Please do come and join us for part or all of this time.
Our desire is for St Peter’s to be built on a foundation of prayer, so that we can better understand and reflect God’s will for our community.