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WELCOME TO ST PETER'S CHURCH

Serving God by serving you,
your family & the community

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YOU ARE WELCOME HERE

It doesn't matter who you are, or where you come from, what your story is, or how you found us today, you are welcome here.

It doesn't matter if you are on your own, or have brought all your friends and family, new to St Peter's, or have been coming here for years, you are welcome here.

It doesn't matter if you want to join in the service, or just sit quietly at the back, you are welcome here.

It doesn't matter if you just came in to keep warm, you are welcome here.

You are loved, and you are special. You are welcome here.

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WEEKLY NEWS

To keep up to date with the latest news and events, have a look at the Week Ahead.

You can join us at our Sunday Eucharist at 10am, or you can come along to our Midweek Eucharists at 7pm on Wednesdays or 11am on Thursdays. 

To find out more about forthcoming services, click here to read the Details For Worship for June 2024.


Sunday services will continue to be streamed on our Facebook page at 10am.

You can also follow services on the Church of England website here.

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DISCIPLESHIP EXPLORED: ALL VOLUNTEERS

What: General volunteering

When: As often you are able

Why: To support the running of the church

General volunteering encompasses: helping in the Coffee Shop, either by serving or by making cakes; church cleaning; fundraising; helping at events; or by serving refreshments after the service or at special events. There are so many different ways you can help your church, using as much or as little time as you have available, both on an ad hoc basis, or regularly. The vibrant and inclusive life of this church depends on the generosity and support of all its congregants.

1 Corinthians 12.4-7, 12: “Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit; and there are varieties of services, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who activates all of them in everyone. To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good. For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.”

These weekly notices have hopefully given you all pause for thought about your own discipleship. 

If you think you could offer your time in any way for anything you’ve seen, please consider doing this. Our church cannot survive without its volunteers, and the more people we have volunteering, the less often you may find you are called upon to help. 

Do have a chat with me if this is something you would like to do. Every blessing, Revd Lizzie

WHO WE ARE

A welcoming Anglican Church with its heart in the sacraments and its place at the centre of the community

St Peter's Church is a church devoted to developing a holy consciousness. We believe that worship is something that can be expressed in everything we do, whether that be nourishing our bodies with food, chatting with friends, playing music, or enjoying nature. Our philosophy is deeply rooted in the Holy Scriptures and Sacraments; life’s only guidebook. Whatever your age, gender, race or ability, there is a special place for you at our Church. We offer members a chance to become part of something greater, to grow their love for God and for one another in our beautiful community. Get in touch today or swing by for a visit.

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REVD LIZZIE GREGORY

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JANET MOLLER

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OUR SAFEGUARDING OFFICER

ANNE-LOUISE PAM

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Safeguarding Officer with responsibility for children and young people, and vulnerable adults.

If you are a member of our church congregation, and you have a concern regarding a child or a vulnerable adult, please contact our Safeguarding Officer.

almenta@hotmail.co.uk

07583 083029

Please note that this number should only be used for Safeguarding concerns.

For all other issues, please contact the Rector on 07452 992 122

You can obtain further information from the Bristol Diocese Safeguarding site, where you can find useful contact telephone numbers and email addresses for the team. 

If you need to obtain advice out of hours, the thirtyone:eight provide a Helpline 0303 003 11 11 (please ensure that you tell them that you are calling from the Diocese of Bristol).

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SERVICES FOR THE COMMUNITY

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CHURCH GOVERNANCE

SAFEGUARDING: If you are in our congregation, and you have a concern about a vulnerable child or adult, contact Anne-Louise Pam. Alternatively, if our safeguarding officer is unavailable and you feel able to do so, contact the Rector, or the Diocesan Emergency Safeguarding Officer Adam Bond on 07453 504977.

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God is our refuge and strength,

a very present help in trouble.

Psalm 46.1

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CONTACT US

Gloucester Rd N, Filton, Bristol BS34 7BQ

07452 992 122

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