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.
We are currently carrying out a survey of our worship services.
This is to help us develop what we do together so that people can discover more about Jesus and grow their relationship with him when we meet together.
You can complete the survey on line by clicking here or get a paper copy from the Parish Office.
Please return completed printed copies to your church by Tuesday 15th May or the Parish Office by Thursday 17th May.
Three in One is the parish magazine, published monthly
Parish News Sheet 20.5.18
(Please click date to download)
Refugee donations - Derbyshire Refugee Solidarity group are so grateful for our continuing generosity as the need for warm clothing (especially for slim young men)/boots/tents etc is as great as ever. THERE IS A DESPERATE NEED FOR SLEEPING BAGS AT THE MOMENT. Collection point in St Peter's. Thank you again.
Up to the minute information and pictures can be found on our Facebook page:
Services 20th May
Readings: Acts 2:1-21 and John 15:26 & 27, 16:5-16
at St Peter’s
10.00 am Parish Pentecost Communion Service
USUAL SERVICES IN THE PARISH
9.00 am Formal Worship
10.00 am -10.30 am Coffee
10.45 am Informal Worship (usually with Children's Sunday Club except at the All Together Worship)
10.00 am Crossroads
Interactive, informal, friendly worship style.
For the whole family.
6.30 pm - Formal BCP Service
10.30 am Coffee
11.00 am - Morning Worship
Second Sundays 7.00 pm -
Breathing Space for the whole Parish:
spend some quiet time with God
2nd Saturdays 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm including tea
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.