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'd 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 Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junior church update
From September 2018 Junior church will need to drop down to once a month unless we can recruit three more volunteers to support our children's team. Volunteers don't need to lead the children's sessions, we just need additional adults to commit to helping during each of the three current sessions To find out more, please get in touch with the children's team.
All Age Worship
First Sunday of the month at 10.30am - informal worship lasting around one hour to engage all ages.Junior Church
Second Sunday of the month at 10.30am during Holy Communion.
Third Sunday of the month at 10.30am during Holy Communion.
Fourth Sunday of the month at 10.30am during Holy Communion.
Children at St Peter's can take part in supervised activities in the common room while their 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 Rock Solid Club for Years 4, 5 and 6
Run for us by Rugby Youth for Christ. Every Tuesday during term time:3.30 - 4.30pm at Dunchurch Junior School (you don't need to to attend the school to attend). For more information, contact Simon at the YFC office on tel: 01788 567475.Local schools
St. Peter’s church actively supports our local schools, not only through prayer but also by providing governors and volunteers. Assemblies are taken regularly, and school groups visit St. Peter’s to learn about the church or to hold carol services.
When a child is born...
Thanksgiving for the birth of a child and their subsequent baptism is usually held on a Sunday afternoon. It may be held during Morning Worship if the family is part of the St Peter's family or if there are only a few guests. Enquiries should be addressed to Rev Patricia Townshend on 01788 461987 or by email: email@example.com.