Friendship and support
Whatever your age or circumstances, we'd like you to feel a sense of belonging at St Peter's. Whether you're going through a difficult time and are looking for specific support, or whether you'd like to meet new friends, or whether you just want some company now and again, we'd love to meet you. A listening service is also available for anyone who just needs to talk.
We run a monthly luncheon club for pensioners who are living alone. Running from 11.30am to 2.30pm, the club includes a freshly cooked lunch and an activity such as a quiz or slide show, along with fun and chat. Assistance with transport is available.
Mill House, a care home in Kington, hosts some of our church members for a monthly Communion service with residents.
Quest is a monthly bereavement support group for people who have lost a partner. Members find that in the trust and friendship of the group, they can say just how they are feeling, from the pain of loss through to sharing in laughter and supporting each other with prayers for comfort, courage and joy.
Many of our congregation also find long-term friends through cell groups and youth activities. If you're lonely or new to the village, please make yourself known to us.
A flying start
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19:14) We’re committed to sharing the life-giving knowledge of Jesus with the next generation.
Noah’s Ark provides a simple introduction to Jesus for the very young and their parents, meeting at 10.30am every 2nd Thursday of the month during term time at St Peter's Hall.
‘Open The Book’ provides children at Flyford First School with an understanding of some of the key stories of the Bible, while a church team runs weekly assemblies for children at Inkberrow First School.
All children are welcome to join us at Junior Church, whether or not their parents wish to attend church. Junior Church meets at the same time as the Informal Sunday morning service at 11am - simply come along to St Peter's Hall. All children start the service in church; older children stay in church for the whole service while under-12s typically move to St Peter's Hall partway through. Although children often sit with their parents whilst in church, youth leaders are always available to ensure any unaccompanied children feel secure and included.
There is also a creche area in church, where younger children are welcome to play or draw during any service.
Life’s key events
Whether you are planning a time of celebration or mourning a loved one, we are here to help you mark life’s key events. To find out how we can help, please contact us.
We do have to charge for some services and information about church fees is available here.
Our churchyard is open and information about the churchyard and memorial book is available here. We are very grateful for any offers of help to maintain our churchyard.
If you are looking for a venue to host family and friends after your service, St Peter’s Hall offers a flexible space in a beautiful environment, right next to the church.
Alternatively, if you are interested in family history, please click here for details of how to access our parish records.