We are an inclusive church in the catholic tradition of the Church of England, and believe that God’s love in Christ is for everyone. Normally each Sunday we worship God at a lively Family Eucharist, and a beautiful Sung Eucharist with our world class choir. Due to the Coronavirus, public worship was suspended but since the beginning of July 2020 we have begun to worship in church again.
Our current pattern of services is a BCP Holy Communion service at 8.15am, a Family Service (also live-streamed on our YouTube channel) at 9.45am and a public Sung Eucharist with small choir at 11.15am (also live-streamed).
For details see the Forthcoming Services section of this page, below. We are also sharing Evening Prayer by Zoom on Tuesdays and have a Wednesday morning Eucharist at 8am. Due to roof repairs on the portico, St Peter's is not open for private prayer. The weekday Eucharist at 12.30pm will resume once the portico has reopened.
St Peter’s has long enjoyed a reputation for musical excellence. This continues today in the work of our professional mixed choir, instrumental ensembles and organists under the direction of Andrew-John Smith .
Holy Communion (BCP)8.15am
Family Worship and the Sung Eucharist are both public and live-streamed on our YouTube channel.
Masks should be worn in church. Please see below for how to attend.
Monday to Friday
The Eucharist each Wednesday morning at8.00amis open to all.
The Eucharist at12.30pmeach weekday currently suspended.
Morning Prayer is said Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at9.00am
The church is normally open for private prayer each weekday from9am - 1pm but currently closed as the portico is temporarily off limits.
Masks should be worn in church.
BCP Holy Communion Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity
8.15am - Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer
In the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
All welcome - Please wear a mask.
We are a distribution point for the Westminster Foodbank. Please donate tinned food and dry goods. The box is located next to the outreach board in the SW corner of the church.
For more information please speak with a member of the clergy or outreach group.