The worship at St Peter’s is broad-based and welcoming, with something for everyone. St Peter’s is a Eucharistic community, gathering two or sometimes three times a week to celebrate Holy Communion. Everyone is welcome.
These are our regular services:
- Thursdays 10.00am Holy Communion
- 1st and 3rd Sundays 9.30am Holy Communion
- 4th Sunday 9.30am Matins
- All Sundays 11.00am Holy Communion
- Family Communion is on the third Sunday of the month.
On Thursdays at 10am we have a midweek service of Holy Communion using the 1982 Scottish Liturgy (modern words). After this service, we gather for coffee, refreshments and fellowship.
On the 1st and 3rd Sundays at 9.30am we have a quiet service of Holy Communion using the 1970 liturgy (traditional language). On the 4th Sunday at 9.30am we have a quiet service of Matins. On Sundays at 11.00am we have a sung Holy Communion, using the 1982 Scottish Liturgy (modern words). We gather for coffee, refreshment and fellowship after these services too.
There is an active Sunday School during the 11.00am Sunday service, with children’s activities during term time for some of the service. On the third Sunday of every month, there is a family Holy Communion, offering a slightly more informal and creative worship suitable for all ages.
At communions, all who wish to receive the bread and wine are welcome to do so. Alternatively, you can receive a simple blessing at this point in the service. If you struggle climbing the steps to the altar rail, please let a sidesperson know and we can bring communion to you in your seat.