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St Peter’s is an Anglican liturgical church, and we worship God using the various services contained within the Church of Ireland’s Book of Common Prayer. Most of our worship is led by the Rector, but the involvement of lay people is always encouraged.

There are three regular services of worship in St Peter’s each week. On Sundays, the services vary according to which Sunday of the month it is.

At 10am on Sundays, there is a twenty-five minute service without music:
1st Sunday – Family Service (SOTW)
2nd Sunday – Holy Communion (HC2)
3rd Sunday – Scripture Service (SOTW)
4th Sunday – Morning Prayer (MP2)
5th Sunday – Healing Service

At 11am on Sundays, there is a fifty minute service with hymns:
1st Sunday – Holy Communion (HC2)
2nd Sunday – Morning Prayer (MP2)
3rd Sunday – Holy Communion (HC2)
4th Sunday – Morning Prayer (MP2)
5th Sunday – Service of the Word (SOTW)

At 10:30am on Wednesdays there is a celebration of Holy Communion. 

There is always a celebration of Holy Communion in St Peter’s on the Principal Holy Days, which are the most important dates in the Church’s calendar:

Maundy Thursday – Thursday 14th April at 7:30pm
Easter Day – Sunday 17th April at 11am
Pentecost – Sunday 5th June at 11am
Ascension Day – Thursday 26th May ay 10:30am
Trinity Sunday – Sunday 12th June at 11am
St Peter’s Day – Wednesday 29th June at 10:30am
St James’ Day – Sunday 24th July (transferred from 25th) at 11am
All Saints’ Day Sunday 30th October (transferred from 1st November) at 11am
Christmas Eve – Saturday 24th December at 11pm
Christmas Day – Sunday 25th December at 11am