Pavenham

St Peter's Pavenham is a community-friendly church with something for everyone - why not come along and see for yourself? You will be sure of a warm welcome.

Current our services are affected by COVID-19, but we have planned services in the next few months as follows:

Sunday 9th August

 Morning Worship, 11:15am

 Sunday 23rd August

 Morning Worship 11:15am

 Sunday 6th September

 Holy Communion 11:15am

 Sunday 20th September

 Morning Worship 11:15am

 Sunday 4th October

 Harvest Festival 11:15am

 Sunday 11th October

 Resume normal weekly service pattern

 Sunday 8th November

 Remembrance Sunday - details to follow



  

The current UK government guidance requires people to wear face masks for worship in public buildings, including churches. We will provide these if you forget to bring your own! Unfortunately, we won't be able to sing or enjoy a drink afterwards, but we will still be able to worship together and have a chat.

Sunday Services - normal pattern

We meet every Sunday for worship at 11.15am.   First and third Sundays are traditional communion services using Common Worship.  Second and fourth Sundays are less traditional in style - there is no communion and there is a mix of traditional and contemporary music.  These 'Morning Worship' services are particularly suitable for families, although all ages seem to enjoy them!  In fact, from January 2016 we are making the 2nd Sunday of each month especially aimed at all ages (see below).

We serve 'real' coffee and biscuits after every service, giving people the opportunity to talk with each other and also get to know newcomers.


Beyond Sundays

St Peter's is not just for Sunday - a thriving home group meets on Tuesday mornings to read and discuss the Bible - and drink more coffee!  There is also a Caring Team who discreetly offer support and prayer for those in any kind of  need. 

The church is well supported by many in the community such as the bell ringers, the Flower Guild and also the Friends of St Peter's

The church building is of considerable historical interest - click here if you would like to know more.


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