There is room for everyone at St Peter's
Last updated 28 March 2015
THE PASSION PLAY
Good Friday, 3 April
David Underwood passed away in January 2014 after a long illness. Before his untimely death he told of a dream he had of staging a Passion Play, and Graham promised him that we would do it.
On Good Friday, 3 April 2015, at 2pm the Passion Play will be performed on Parkwood Green. Everyone is welcome.
FLOWER FESTIVAL 23-31 May
and BWAG Celebration 30-31 May
The Prayer Walk Project is well underway, with the dedication at the end of the Flower Festival, which will run from the Spring Bank Holiday weekend.
As part of the flower festival we will also be showcasing other creative works by members of the church.
There will be cream teas over the weekends to help you make the most of your visit.
The photo above is from our last festival.
At the end of the week, BWAG will be celebrating 10 years of their wonderful work in the local woods. They recently donated us a large number of hedging plants to replace the fencing along the bridle path. And before then:
BWAG Bluebell Weekend
2pm each day. A guided walk and a cream tea for £7 each. Email Vanessa here or call 07813 785940
Welcome to St Peter's Church.
Our motto is
"There's room for everyone at St Peter's"
so that includes you.
St Peter's is part of the Anglican Church (or Church of England.) Parts of the building date back nearly 900 years, or maybe longer.
Have a look on the Services page to see what we offer or use the Contacts page to ask us a question. We look forward to seeing you.
EASTER EGG HUNTS,
Easter Day, 5 April
9.30am Holy Terrors for children under 5
Start in the chapel for a story then join the hunt in the woods. You can turn up on the day but it would help if we knew who was coming.
10.30am Explorers for children over 5.
Dress to get muddy. Meet in the car park. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We will join the main service towards the end. You can turn up on the day but it would help if we knew who was coming. Click here to book.
Terrors are our under 5s though they are welcome to bring the rest of the family.
Holy Terrors is at 9.30am on 3rd Sundays, the next one being on Sunday February 15th.
Tea for Terrors on Saturdays are having a winter break till May.
are our young people who meet once a month and go exploring in the woods and fields around the church.
Every 3rd Sunday at 10.30, starting in the car park.
Click this link for details of antenatal and post natal classes, paediatric first aid, money management, Parenting Skills and more.
THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF SOUTH GILLINGHAM
Registered Charity Number: 1130544
The Parish Office, St Matthew’s Church, Drewery Drive, Wigmore, Gillingham, Kent ME8 0NX