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St Peter’s Church Bromyard

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Updated on 26/09/16

PLEASE SEE THE ‘OUR SERVICES’ PAGE FOR ANY LAST MINUTE CHANGES TO THE REGULAR PATTERN

 OUR CHURCH IS AN ‘OPEN CHURCH’ AND IS USUALLY OPEN BETWEEN 0930 AND DUSK.


End of summer, back to school and, as ever in Bromyard, back to loads of events between now and Christmas. Next weekend is Bromyard Folk Festival with the ever-popular Sunday service in church. Meanwhile, we shortly expect the church’s ring of bells, about to be augmented from 8 to 10, to be rededicated and rung regularly once again. Harvest festivals will soon be followed by services around Remembrance Day, including the award of the Freedom of the town to the Rifles Regiment and in church the dedication of a plaque in memory of Rifleman William Aldridge, on 29th October.

 

The church will soon be surrounded in scaffolding for roof repairs while inside we are hoping to have our heating system replaced ready for Christmas and the colder weather.

 

While these practical things are all well and good, our primary aims are to worship God and to share the good news of Jesus Christ. We hope to be doing these in good measure as well. Come and join us! Plenty of details in this website.

Yours in Christ, Clive.

 Clive Evans, Vicar of St. Peter’s, Bromyard.






































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PRAYER FOR THE WEEK


Lord, help me not to mind the gap
between me and those who have more than me,
between my lifestyle and the lifestyle of others,
between my achievements and the achievements of others.
Rather, may I be blessed with the generosity to share,
and the wisdom to be content –
that trust, compassion and thankfulness may stay close to me.

AMEN.


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Held on the LAST Saturday morning of each month

(ex. July/August) at 8.30am to 10am., The men’s breakfast is a time for men to get together to share a hearty breakfast and conversation.


It is held at 'Oscars' café at the Hope Family Centre,
Hereford Road in Bromyard.  A full English breakfast to include tea or coffee will be
£5.


The next breakfast will be held on

October 29th  

There is no formal booking but it would be helpful to know how many we are catering for. Please let Mike Pagett know if you are coming or not or for more information telephone 01885 483042



BUILDING PROJECT

Work on both the roofing and heating at St Peter’s will begin next month. Contractors will be on site from the end of week commencing Monday, October 3rd. It is anticipated that the new heating will be in by Christmas and that the roofing work will be completed in Spring 2017. It is not expected that there will be any disruption to our usual church activities but please bear with us while this important work is carried out.

For more information on our plans for improvements to the Nave, please take one of the cream-coloured leaflets which are to be found on the welcome Desk by the South West door.








PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE CHANGES TO REGULAR SERVICE PATTERNS IN JULY

Please see ‘Our services’


FOLK FESTIVAL SERVICE 2016

A big thank you to all who helped prepare and make possible our annual thanksgiving for song, dance and music in general.  A special thank you to:

National Youth Folklore Troupe Ensemble

Harlequin Morris

Rev. Paul Towner

The festival service band led by Roger Wilkins

The St Peters Flower arrangers….and all who were stewards, coffee makers to 210+ people.  Here are a few pictures……