Table Groups

We gather together in small groups each week to build community, study a portion of the Bible, and pray together. We have a number of daytime and evening groups to suit most people. 

Whether you are new to studying the Bible, or an old hand, these studies will be stimulating and rewarding. All welcome to join.

If you would like more information, please email the rector at

The Crafters

The Crafters meet once a month on a Tuesday over a cup of tea or coffee and some friendly conversation. You can bring your own craft or come and learn a new craft. From time to time the group holds a stall to sell some of the goods created, with money raised being donated to mission. All levels of experience are welcome in this friendly group. 

If you would like more information, please email the office at

St Peter’s Patchers

The St Peter’s Patchers share a love of patchwork quilting and meet once a month on a Thursday in the David Armstrong Room. Tea, coffee, friendly conversation and lots of room to spread out your quilt are all on offer in this group. 

If you would like more information, please email the office at

Discussion Group

Discussions are centred on Christian themes in the modern world. The group is inclusive and non-judgemental and no previous knowledge is required. A skilled facilitator ensures a balanced discussion. There is no charge to attend. 

The meetings run from 10am to 11.30pm on the 3rd Monday of each month. 

If you would like more information, please email the office at 

Parish Newsletter

Our parish newsletter contains a variety of interesting articles about happenings in the parish and elsewhere of interest to parishioners or to those with an interest in St Peter’s. Contributions to the newsletter are always welcome and can be forwarded to the Parish Office via  email:

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Street Library

St Peter’s has a Street Library located within the grounds on Waters Road, to the left of the church entrance and accessible directly from the footpath. 

The books are free, so please help yourself. And if you have a book you would like to share with others, please place it in the library. 

Take a book, leave a book, share a a book!

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