Welcome to Rev Nigel Rostock

Reverend Nigel Rostock is delighted to be joining St Peter’s as Priest on a three-month secondment. He will be leading services, offering pastoral support, and hopefully getting involved […]

Thank you, and Goodbye to Keith and Ruth

Rev Keith Magee was our Vicar from March 2016 until October 2020. He and his wife, Ruth, have moved on to a new church and team ministry in […]

Chris Burch Plaque Dedication

Today, Sunday 30th September 2018, we welcomed Chris’s family  for the memorial plaque dedication in Chris’s memory at St Peters.  Officiating the service was our own Revd Keith […]

John Bloxham a friend of st peters from Canada

Hello all I Have spoken a couple of times to a past Church Family member from the other side of the world, John. He seems to be keeping […]

Nigel Rooms – our new Associate Priest

The service on April 2nd was a special event for our church, as we shared in the licensing of the Rev Canon Dr Nigel Rooms as our associate […]

Pancakes come early!

Pancake Day is usually on Shrove Tuesday, but at St Peter’s we like to be ahead of the game, so we had a pancake party on the Sunday […]

An Easter Journey

Our thoughts over Easter were guided by Archdeacon Tim Stratford, as he took various events from the last days of Jesus and helped us become part of the […]

A Special Day

Wednesday 9th March marked an important occasion in the life of St Peter’s, as we were pleased to witness the collation of our new vicar, the Revd Keith […]

Welcome to Keith!

We are pleased to announce that the Reverend Keith Magee has been appointed as our new vicar. Keith comes to us from St Mary’s, Knighton, and will be […]

God-speed Helena

The last Sunday in September marked the final service of our treasured curate, Helena, as she came to the end of her three years and three months wth […]

Coming to a pulpit near you…

the Rev. David Day, a visitor from New Zealand. David is coming to lead our services during October (as an incidental to the rugby World Cup!). In a […]

Chris and Roz’s last Sunday

It was a sad time when we had to say farewell to Chris and Roz, as Chris retires from our parish. In the morning, at our usual parish […]

Easter at St Peter’s

Holy Week began on a rather damp day as we remembered the entry of Jesus into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday. As usual, we began the service in the […]

Mothering Sunday

The fourth Sunday in Lent is traditionally the day we particularly remember the love and care of our mothers. At our family service we thought about light and […]

The Fat Controller visits St Peter’s

Our Autumn Fair and Model Railway Show was launched in a suitable manner by the Fat Controller, taking time off from Thomas the tank engine to welcome people […]

The Bishop visits St Peter’s

A fine day in October was very special for some of our church family. The Bishop visited us to perform confirmations of five candidates: Marjorie, Sandie, Carla and […]

The Vicarage Garden Party

This year the vicarage celebrates its 150th birthday, making it one of the older buildings in Braunstone. The day was not too kind to us, with a mixture […]

“I am the way…”

… was the theme of our recent all-age service, as we thought about what these words of Jesus meant. Helena guided the children along the way – in […]

Easter at St Peter’s

It was on the theme of ‘meals’ that our guests, Douglas and Ann Holt, took us through the Easter story. We began with Palm Sunday, starting the service […]

When I’m Sixty-Four…..!

Chris, our vicar, recently celebrated his 64th birthday, so what better theme for a party than the Beatles’ song ‘When I’m 64′? No party would be complete without […]

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