Earley St Peter's Church

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Earley St Peter's Church

WelcomeWelcome to the Earley St Peter’s website.  St Peter’s is the original Church of England parish in Earley on the eastern side of Reading.

You can hear some recent sermons, including Philip's talk on 'God and the General Election', by  clicking here

You can see some photos of our celebration of St Peter's Day by clicking here.

Coming up at St Peter's.......

The next Fellowship lunch will be on Friday 1 September at 12.30pm. Ann Sheen will be talking about the charity My Cancer My Choices. All welcome, but if you wish to come please put your name on the list at the back of the church or phone Elaine in the Parish Office 0118 966 8575.

The “Bread & Wine” service at 10am on Sunday 3 September will have a special focus on new starts – thinking about the beginning of the new school year for many of our children. We invite you to bring your school book bag or backpack with you for a special “bag blessing” as we pray for the year ahead.

And following the service there will be a Cake Sale to raise funds for our CMS partner Anna Sims in Peru.

St Peter's Café will be back on Wednesday 6 September - 8.45 to 10.30am in the Church Hall.

And please note that from Wednesday 6 September, the Wednesday morning communion service will begin at the later time of 9.30am. We hope this will allow those attending to avoid the morning school traffic!

You will find much more about us in these pages which we hope will be of interest and whet
your appetite to join us in worship and other fellowship activities.

We will be pleased to welcome you at any of our services or other events.  On Sundays we normally offer services at 8am, 10am and 6.30pm and full details of these and weekday services are given on the Services page.

The Visiting us page contains links to our weekly news sheet (Life at St Peter's) and the latest edition of our parish magazine (the keys).  Earlier editions of the keys may be found here.

 Go here to learn of some of the significant happenings at St Peter's over the last  year or so.