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. You can watch our most recently broadcast act of worship above. For our archive of broadcast services on Youtube, please click here.

Our services vary according to which Sunday of the month it is. Occasionally we will need to deviate from the rota, but the following is a useful guide.

Note that Form One is in Middle English (thee, thy, thou, etc) and Form Two is in Modern English.
Except during July and August, a robed choir leads our praise at the 11am Sunday services.

At 10am on Sundays, there is a thirty minute service, except during January, July, and August:
1st Sunday – Family Service
2nd Sunday – Holy Communion (Form One)
3rd Sunday – Morning Prayer (Form Two)
4th Sunday – Holy Communion (Form Two)
5th Sunday – Morning Prayer (Form One)

At 11am on Sundays, there is an hour-long service:
1st Sunday – Holy Communion (Form Two)
2nd Sunday – Morning Prayer (Form Two)
3rd Sunday – Holy Communion (Form Two)
4th Sunday – Morning Prayer (Form Two)
5th Sunday – Service of the Word

At 6pm on the first Sunday of each month, there is a service of Choral Evensong (Form One), except during January, July, and August.

At 10:30am on Wednesdays there is a celebration of Holy Communion (Form Two),

To read the passages from the Bible which we use in St Peter’s each Sunday, as determined by the Received Common Lectionary (RCL), please click here.