Worship with St Peter’s
Church Services for November
Due to the new restrictions from 5th November we are not allowed to meet in person for church services until December.
We will still be open for individual prayer and have the online service and zoom services.
Please also note that Sunday Club at Home is back and can be found on our Sunday Club page each week. The Children’s Puzzle Sheet is also below.
Sunday 22nd & 29th the church will be open for individual prayer from 10am to 11am
Wednesday 25th the church will be open for individual prayer from 10am to 11am.
Breakfast Church is postponed until December.
From Sunday 29th November, if you click the picture below you will get information about our Christingle Services this year
Sunday Service for the Feast of Christ the King
Please watch our Sunday Morning Service from St Peter’s, press play on the video below.
You can see this week’s service sheet or weekly bulletin by clicking the link below, or download it, with the button alongside.
Previous Sunday’s videos can be found on the Service Sheet page.
St. Peter’s Flowers
This Sunday’s Altar flowers are sponsored by Christine Smith in loving memory of Ian.
Evensong by Zoom
Please join our Sunday Evensong service at 6.30pm by using the Zoom Service Link.
AUTUMN PRAYER SERIES
In this 3 part autumn series we will look at different kinds of prayer and praying, and you might find some helpful hints or some new ways to go about praying.
Each session will be on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm and after a talk on a way to pray there will be a short service of Compline using the method.
This will happen both in church and on Zoom. The church means we can spread out and observe social distancing and we do ask that masks be worn.
Please click on this zoom link to access the session. The date for your diary is 2nd December.
All are welcome to join us either in church or on zoom.
You can watch a short video which shows how St Peter’s is a safe space in which to attend a service of the Eucharist
St. Peter’s Parish Office
The Parish Office is open (Monday to Friday 10am to 12noon) but if you can phone rather than visit in person it would be appreciated. Telephone (01704 871171) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Outside of office hours we will respond as soon as possible.
Welcome to the website of St. Peter’s Church, Formby.
Whether you’re just browsing or looking for specific information about St. Peter’s, we hope that you find this site both helpful and easy to use. If you have any feedback, we’d be delighted to hear from you.
St Peter’s Church or The Ancient Chapelry of Formby, its historic title – lies in the north east quarter of Formby, north of Liverpool, where it has been a centre of Christian worship and service within the community for centuries.
A member of the world-wide Anglican communion, St Peter’s enjoys a rich covenant with the other Christian denominations in the town.
Its liturgies use both Common Worship and the BCP. The services are ordered, thoughtful, innovative and imaginative, and music plays an important part.
Sunday Club for children will begin again as soon as it is safe to do so.
Children start in church at 10.00am and then move to the Bier House during the Gradual hymn for lots of fun. All children are welcome though it is designed for the younger age group.
St Peter’s “Fishy” Club
After school club for children in Years 3 to 6 of primary school. It is called “The Fishy” reminding us of St Peter’s job as a fisherman.
There is a varied programme including; Bible stories through drama and creative reading, Games, Activity sheets, Craft and Singing.
The Club meets after school during term time in St Peter’s Church Hall, Paradise Lane, on Wednesdays from 3.15pm – 4.10pm .
St Peter’s Church Grave Records
We have recently added new content to our History section of the website detailing the Church Grave records for the Old and New Churchyard.
The information has been compiled from church records and the inscriptions on the tombstones. If you are researching your family history in Formby, you might like to check these records.
St Peter’s Church takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously. We have adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines. You can find out more about the national policies and procedures at www.churchofengland.org/safeguarding.
If you have any safeguarding concerns or issues on a safeguarding matter then you can find useful contact information at http://www.liverpool.anglican.org/safeguarding.