latest news

Catch up on news, updates  and parish information from the vestry and Parochial Parish Council.

PCC minutes can be found on the noticeboard in church.

Immigrants in Dunchurch

You can assist these people in need by helping with English conversation and/or activities for them such as walking, football, board games (further details from Chris Sarson).

Used postage stamps

Please cut the stamps off any envelopes you receive, leaving a 1cm border around them, and bring them to the collection box at church for Guide Dogs for the Blind.

Church rota

If you'd like to join the rota for coffee, sides-person or cleaning duties please get in touch via the contact page. We're always looking for people to join us!

rugby food bank

Rugby Foodbank urgently needs rice, tinned custard, packet soups, custard packets, bottled squash and cup-a-soups. They are running low on shampoo, long-life fruit juice, UHT milk, tinned potatoes and shower gel. The volunteers are really grateful for all your donations. Thank you.

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st peter's is an eco church

The diocese of Coventry has been awarded the Bronze Eco Diocese Award by A Roche UK. Coventry is only the sixth diocese in England and Wales to receive this award. St Peter's Church is becoming a more eco-friendly church and we're working towards our eco church bronze award through A Roche UK, a Christian charity ‘caring for God’s earth’. For more information, please speak to Chris Sarson or Jackie Hesketh.

Eco tip of the week: A lot of suggestions for no-fly holidays can be found online. If you want more of an adventure, you might be interested in the Christian nature conservation organisation, A Rocha, which has centres in Canada, France, India, Kenya and Portugal. They have a range of activities from laid back bird watching and walking, to working alongside the various projects. For more details see

church library

St Peter's Church has a small library of books to browse and borrow. Details of the borrowing system are on the blue index box on the bookshelf at the back of church.