St Peter's Parish, Belper, Derbyshire

Jesus at the centre transforming our community

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To St Peter's Parish in Belper

including St Peter's, St Swithun's and St Mark's

Please browse our website to find out more about us -

you can even look at the Church diary and find out everything that is going on - just click on the Parish Life link.

You're always welcome.







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Three in One is the parish magazine, published monthly

View the February 2016 edition



     

   St Peter's                                      St Mark's                                          St Swithun's           

St Peter's in Spring

St Swithuns

 

 

St Marks


Parish News sheet 7.2.16


 

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 Services in the Parish

 Sunday 14th February 2016        

Theme: Behold the Lamb of God

     Readings: Genesis 22:1-14 and John 1:29-34

 

     at St Peter’s  

9.00 am Formal Holy Communion

10.45 am Morning Worship. Sunday Club (birth to 14+)


at St Mark’s   

10.00 am Family Service

6.30 pm Evening Prayer

 

 at St Swithun’s

11.00 am Morning Worship

7.00 pm Breathing Space

         

            

  USUAL SERVICES IN THE PARISH 

 St Peter's 

9.00 am Formal Worship

Coffee

10 -10.30 am Coffee

10.45 am Informal Worship

With Children's Club

  St Mark's 

10am Crossroads

Cross roads full logo

Interactive, informal, friendly worship style.

For the whole family.

6.30 pm - Formal BCP Service

St Swithun's

10.30 am Coffee

Coffee cups

11 am - Morning Worship

Second Sundays 7 pm -

Breathing Space for the whole Parish:

spend some quiet time with God

Breathing Space prayer

 

To view accounts click here

Annual Report Click here

For a much more interesting report full of pictures about everything that goes on in the Parish please call in to any of the churches and pick up a copy to find out all about us.

Find out all about Belper:

Hear from  members of the congregation amongst others why you should visit the area.