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What a difficult and strange year it has been for everyone this year with the global pandemic bringing our lives and our world to a stop.  Remembering our loved ones is an additional challenge during this time, whether our loved ones have died recently or we are marking the death of a loved one from some time ago.   All the things we would normally do such as gathering together to help us cope with grief and bereavement are no longer possible for most of us.   As part of our All Soul's remembrance and thanksgiving this year we will be tying ‘ribbons to remember’ to the church railings to remember all those we have lost both personally and the thousands of people who have died during this pandemic.   If you would like to do this please bring a piece of ribbon and tie it to the railings anytime from Sunday 25 October, the ribbons will remain in place until Remembrance Sunday 8 November each one symbolising someone who has died and who we miss but are thankful to have known.  You may also wish to tie a ribbon for someone you are worried about or in thanksgiving for all those who are working to keep us safe.  There will be a prayer on the railings which you may wish to say as you tie your ribbon.   

Isaiah 41:10

do not fear, for I am with you,
do not be afraid, for I am your God;
I will strengthen you, I will help you,
I will uphold you with my victorious right hand.


On behalf of everyone associated with St. Peter’s Church, let me take this opportunity to offer you a very warm welcome.

St. Peter's is an Anglican church and serves the communities of Kells, Woodhouse and Greenbank.

St. Peter’s is a warm, welcoming and friendly church, where Jesus is central to our lives, the Bible is our guide and everyone is important. Anyone who joins us is assured of a warm and friendly experience.

We serve the community, hoping to bring people into a relationship with Jesus, as we believe when someone encounters Jesus in their lives, their lives are transformed. 

We provide modern worship, which is rooted in the tradition of the Church and includes relevant biblical teaching. Our hope at St Peter’s is everyone who uses the church for important times in their lives or join in our many social events may enable them to meet Jesus. 

This web site is designed to be an extension of the community of the St Peter’s Church. Please browse the website, there may be information which may be of interest to you. If you would like to know more about us, or become a friend of St Peter’s please do contact us



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