For all the Family at St. Peter's, Dunchurch
At St. Peter's, the Parish Council has agreed that baptised children may receive communion after due preparation. Rev. Pat asks that parents who wish their children to be admitted to communion please either phone her on 01788 461 987 or speak to her after Sunday service. Alternatively you can email us.
Please note that all family services have been suspended during the health pandemic.
Usually, we have a Family Service on the first Sunday of the month and Junior Church on the third Sunday. Children of all ages are welcome. If you would like to find out more about volunteering with the Junior Church, get in touch.
The Safeguarding Officer for the parish is Margaret Littlejohn. You can contact Margaret on tel: 01788 522 462.
Baptisms Thanksgiving for the birth of a child and their subsequent baptism is usually held on a Sunday afternoon or during Morning Worship. Enquiries should be addressed to Rev. Patricia Townshend on 01788 461987.
All Age Worship First Sunday of the month at 10.30am - informal worship lasting around one hour to engage all ages.
Children at St Peter's can take part in supervised activities in the common room while parents or carers join in the service. Children of all ages are welcome.
Our children's activities are linked to the Sunday's theme and are shared and celebrated with their families and friends in the congregation.
In church, soft toy bags are available to occupy younger children and a baby corner can also be set out. Refreshments are served after the service, which will end by about 11.45am.
You're always welcome at St Peter's and we look forward to seeing you soon!
The Dunchurch and Thurlaston Educational Foundation
Registered Charity number 528738
The Foundation was set up in 1967. It can make grants for educational or training purposes to young persons who have not attained the age of 25 years and who reside, or whose parents reside, in the parishes of Dunchurch and Thurlaston and who in the opinion of the Governors are in need of financial assistance. It can also make grants to voluntary organisations which provide educational or certain other benefits for such young persons. In addition the Foundation can help the Dunchurch Infant and Junior Schools with benefits which would not normally be provided by the Local Educational Authority.