Loving God, loving each other, loving Brackley.
We’re a welcoming Church of England church for all ages in the heart of the Brackley, Northamptonshire community.
We are looking for someone to oversee our children’s ministry, whilst building up ties with young families and the primary-aged schools in the parish.
We'd love to hear from anyone who's interested.
Come and ask any question about life and faith, this evening on our Alpha Course.
7.30-8.45pm | St Peter's Church Hall
Join us this Wednesday evening to discuss life, faith and meaning.
Wednesday | 7.30-8.45pm | St Peter's Church hall
Got questions about life and faith?
Come and join us at Alpha, where you can ask any question and find out more about the Christian faith in a relaxed setting.
Wednesday evenings, 7.30-8.45pm
St Peter's Church hall
We're looking forward to the start of our new service this Sunday (12 Jan) at 11am! There will be groups for children from 0-11 and refreshments before and after the service.
Details in the photo about all our services. Everyone welcome.
Happy New Year!
A new year brings a new service for all the family at St Peter's. Starting on Sunday 12 January - see below for more details.
Please note that this coming Sunday (5th January) our services are at 8am and 9.30am.
From 12 January 2020 our service times will be:
8am: Traditional Book of Common Prayer service in the side chapel
9.30am: Formal communion service with a group for children.
11am: Informal service geared for all the family with groups and creche for children. Coffee from 10.30am.
Come and join us!
Merry Christmas from everyone at St Peter's!🎄🌟
"The Savior - yes, the Messiah, the Lord - has been born today in Bethlehem, the city of David!" Luke 2:11
Lots of festive services happening today. Come and join us!
***This afternoon (Sunday 15th)***
Carols by Candlelight followed by mince pies and mulled wine.
5pm | St Peter's Church
All welcome at our Christmas services🎄☃️⭐
Details of our Christmas services⛄🎄⭐ Everyone welcome!
St Peter's Church, Brackley
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St Peter's Church, Brackley
"As Christians we are called to hope"
Here's my Thought For The Day given on Radio 4's Today programme this morning:
"On the understanding that nobody will pass this around I confess that I am less and less cynical about politics.
Elections are, I admit, times when the journey away from cynicism sometimes slows down a bit.
We know that a certain level of exaggeration and manipulation is going on, but beneath the shouting and spin, I rather think on the whole that there are very decent human beings trying to find a way to be effective in making our country better. Even, making the world better.
They want a country where we or our children or grandchildren can go safely to concerts.
They want a society where people are valued even if they can’t, for one reason or another, make a huge economic contribution.
They want a country where those I saw on the streets of London late last night have a different option than sleeping rough.
They want our country to contribute significantly in the world so that we can go on being proud of it.
They want many more things, and generally they do not ask a huge amount in return, beyond a chance to come to the end of life feeling they have used their time well.
We all want our life to count. A sense of it having been worthwhile. Not in terms of recognition but in terms of a contribution that makes a difference.
Yet in ourselves, in our communities, in our country and world we too often sense the forces of disruption and chaos that defeat the good we long to see.
For me as a Christian rather than this being hopeless it engages me with the God who makes all the difference.
What gives me inescapable hope is the trust, energy and vision that we believe God calls us to engage with for the sake of others.
This week churches around the globe are praying together for God’s difference to be known, for God’s healing and presence in our society, drawing on one line from the Lord’s Prayer, “thy Kingdom come”.
Some people will think “oh, more sky fairy stuff”, but around the world, in places of peace or trouble, in suffering and security, in wealth and poverty, Christians will be praying this as they seek to live God’s purpose for them.
In the wake of so much sorrow - the tragic attack in Manchester, the Coptic Christians killed as they travelled to pray - it would be easy, or perhaps even natural, to despair.
But as Christians we believe we are called to hope.
Praying Thy Kingdom Come is a statement of hope, a declaration of our belief in the difference that only God can make.
It’s not open to most of us to make decisions that heal the nations, or even our local communities. But it is open to all of us to live lives and pray prayers that bring purpose and hope."
[06/08/15] see details here http://bit.ly/1dqiLY2
Monthly Prayer Meeting Saturday 4th October at 9.00am
The group will meet to pray for growth & initiatives at St Peter's.
Everyone is welcome
[09/09/14] Meditation group meets on Saturday mornings at 9am.
FIZ celebrates 2 years 7th September.
Join us at 11.30, after the service there will be cake and fizz.
Saturday 6th September- Prayer Meeting
for Church Growth
9-10 am in the extension.
The vicar will speak about the Pilgrim Course which will be used in the coming months. We will pray for all that will be needed to guide and support us in using this opportunity to help people grow in faith
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We are a church family of ordinary people living out what it means to follow Jesus Christ every day. We are a lively, relevant and relaxed church family in the heart of Brackley that is committed to: - Learning - Caring - Worshipping - Sharing
In the heart of the community with the community in our heart