About St Peter's West Row

Worship ~ Warmth ~ Welcome

St Peter’s West Row started life as a village school room in 1850. and was consecrated as a church in 1874. It’s in the centre of this spread out village. There are church rooms with loo and kitchen set within the churchyard. The worship here is very informal!  The congregation prides itself on the warmth of its welcome and sees the special role of St Peter's as being a place where healing can be found.  The church building is comfortable and warm with modern chairs and carpeting.

During the pandemic of 2020-21 we have had to stop most of our regular activities, but we hope to be able to return to them soon, including the following:

1st Tuesday of the month  at 12 noon  community Lunch Club in Church Hall: a chance for the elderly and those who live alone to meet for a meal and a chat

3rd Saturday of the month at 7.30am we hold a Men's Breakfast in the Church Hall

A home group meets fortnightly on Tuesday evenings for bible study, prayer and fellowship.