A traditional morning service of Holy Communion following the Book of Common Prayer.
Our main Sunday service
9:30AM Every Sunday
Our main service celebrates Communion in contemporary language ('Common Worship'), and starts at 9.30. There are always activities for children.
On the Third Sunday of each month we follow a modern, informal style of worship (our "Switch" service), often in the Hall where there is more room to experiment and run around.
On the Fifth Sunday of the month we usually have 'Café Style' Communion, starting with coffee and pastries, and sharing bread and wine around small tables
Prayer Ministry & Healing
10:30AM Every Fourth Sunday of the Month
Many people might appreciate an opportunity for prayer ministry and laying-on of hands. We now offer a time for this after the 9:30 service on the 'Fourth Sunday', when the rest of the congregation go over to the Hall for refreshments.
11 o'clock Communion
11:00AM Monthly, 3rd Sunday of each month
On the Third Sunday of each month there is a later short service of communion, with music, using the Common Worship format
Lighthouse Afternoon Service
4:30PM Second Sunday of each month
An all age interactive worship service ending with a bring your own picnic tea. See our Facebook page for what’s happening this month.
6:00PM First Sunday of every month
Sung Evensong, with choir! Using the Book of Common Prayer.
Prayers for the Parish
1:00PM Every week
All welcome to join in, for up to half an hour. Come and go as you are able.
Mothers Union Branch
7:30PM Monthly on the 'Third Monday'
The local Mothers' Union meets monthly, usually with a speaker and refreshments
Morning worship and social time
A short said service of Communion, followed by Coffee, biscuits and chat - a friendly mid-week devotional and social top-up. This now starts at 10:30 rather than 9:30. We hope this will make it easier to come and join in.
Pints with Peter
A friendly get together at the end of the working day, on the Wednesday following the monthly "Switch" service which happens on the Third Sunday of each month. This doesn't mean it will be the Third Wednesday! We meet for a drink at the White Horse pub, on the Kenilworth Road, and sometimes matters of faith and topical interest get discussed from a Christian perspective. Come and join in!
Friends at St Peter's
7:30PM On the fourth Wednesday of the month
A social get-together, usually with a speaker, in the Hall once a month
Tea and Cake at St Peter's
2:30PM On the Second Thursday of every month
An opportunity to come together and chat over tea and home made cakes in our welcoming lounge in the church. Alternate months there is a short service in addition, on the Fourth Thursday.
Young People's Activity: The Rock @ St Peter's
3:30PM Weekly in Termtime
The Rock at St Peter's is a youth club for Years 5 & 6 on Thursday after school from 3.30pm until 5.30pm. There's always plenty of fun, tuck and pizza for everyone! See some of the activities on the Facebook page spcbalsallforkids.
Email: 💻 Cfmstpeterschurch@gmail.com
Or Telephone ☎️ 07770 983045
Junior choir meets every Thursday from 6.30, and Senior choir at 7.30 - new members always welcome, tuition provided! (meet in church, access via Vestry door in the carpark)
Contact Kim Rawson, Musical Director and Choirmaster, for details, or just turn up.
Bumps & Babies
1:30PM Weekly during termtime
The Bumps and Babies Café is now meeting on Friday Afternoons during school term time for mums, dads and grandparents caring for babies, and expectant mums too! Come and enjoy a cup of tea/coffee, homemade cake, and chat whilst the babies play. There is also 'Stay and Play' for older children - lots of room in the Church Hall for them to run around safely too!
Play and Stay
1:30PM Every Friday in Termtime
During termtime, an afternoon activity for Mums and toddlers in the Hall. Lots of space to run around, and now with added 'Bumps & Babies' where Mums & other carers can meet and chat over coffee and cake.
7 Jan 2018 7:15PM
A series of discussions to help us all be a part of a growing church, reaching out to new people.