Worship with St Peter’s
Sunday after Ascension
Please watch our Sunday Morning Service from St Peter’s, press play on the video below.
You can also download a copy of the service sheet using the link below:
St. Peter’s Flowers
This week’s flowers are sponsored by Pat Smith in memory of her husband Frank Smith and grandson Jake Devine-Smith.
Evensong by Zoom
Please join our Sunday Evensong service at 6.30pm by using the Zoom Service Link.
You can read or download the Service sheet using the link below:
Advice from the Volunteer Centre Sefton
During the Coronavirus outbreak many people have come forward to help and support their neighbours.
The Volunteer Centre Sefton wants you and your neighbours to be safe whilst you help one another out during this uncertain time. This downloadable guide offers tips and advice on how to help safely.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, and in line with government and Church of England guidance, all services at St Peter’s are suspended until further notice.
We will continue to pray for you, your families and your friends as well as for all of those impacted by the pandemic globally.
Please look out for others. Ring a friend or neighbour and let us together be a caring community.
We will be adding extra resources to our website e.g. to help guide prayer and worship at home during these extraordinary times, please check back regularly and use the links below as they appear:
- COVID-19 Online Information and Resources
- Sunday Club at Home
- Sunday Worship on Radio 4 is broadcast at 8.10am every Sunday
- Sunday Service and Prayer Sheet – please either read online or download this week’s online service sheet including the Readings, Prayers and Hymns.
- Latest Update from St. Peter’s
St. Peter’s Parish Office
Following guidelines from the Diocese, the Parish Office is now CLOSED to the public until further notice. Please make contact via telephone (01704 871171) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we will respond as soon as reasonably 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.
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.