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Sunday morning 10am weekly

Service with usually 80-100 people. Every service has refreshments afterwards and an opportunity to talk and pray with someone in confidence.

Join us in person or online. The service is streamed live and also has a Zoom meeting. 

1st Sunday - All Age – everyone worshipping together.  On the remaining Sundays children from 0-14 have their own groups

2nd Sunday - Holy Communion

3rd Sunday - Morning Worship – including Lego Church for 5-14 year old's

4th Sunday - Holy Communion

5th Sunday - Morning Worship

Sunday Young Peoples groups
  • Diddy Disciples - Coming to church with babies/pre-school children? Bring them to Diddy Disciples, which meets in the creche room (go through the door by the organ pipes - ask the Welcome team if you need directions). If you prefer you may stay with your child. 

  • ENERGIZE - 5-14 year olds meet in St Peter's Hub. This is across the road from the Church. They will be brought back at the end of the service. 

  • LEGO church - On the 3rd Sunday each month, the ENERGIZE group respond to the Bible story using the popular Danish plastic bricks

All our children’s leaders have a DBS check and undergo safeguarding training. 


Sunday 6:30 pm monthly

We have an evening service on the first Sunday of each month (except August). The emphasis of the service is on longer periods of sung worship and opportunities for prayer for healing and blessing. In addition there will be time to reflect on Scripture and space for the Holy Spirit to inspire our time together.

Wednesday 10.30am weekly

This is a spoken service of Holy Communion with a congregation of about 30 people and is led by our clergy team with support from our readers.  The service always ends with refreshments (usually fresh scones as well !!!!!!!) and is a welcoming and friendly service.

What else happens?

There are many other things going on either regularly or occasionally - here are some of them. If you need to know more, or would like to join a group, feel free to call or email the church office.  There is a contact form at the bottom of the page. 

The monthly church magazine is called Keyhole and contains a diary of events for each month. The latest copy of Keyhole is on the home page

Prayer Group


Home Groups are an opportunity to meet with a small group of people, in someone’s home, to look at the Bible, pray, share, learn and grow together.

We have homegroups that average 6-14 people, meet weekly or fortnightly, some during the day and some in the evening - Please ask if you would like to join a group. 

Minimalist Church

Working with other churches

We have close links and occasional joint services with the other churches in Littleover, Blagreaves and Heatherton. 

Holding Hands

Prayer ministry

Sometimes life is difficult and we need prayerful support.  Our prayer ministry team is available every Sunday to offer opportunities to pray about your concerns. This is done privately and in confidence.

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We support a number of charities and mission partners financially both in the UK and in other parts of the world. 

There is an up to date list in Keyhole on the Home page

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Alpha Course

For those who are starting their Christian journey the Alpha course is a great way to find out more about what it means to follow God and learn about Jesus and the Holy Spirit.  This course is usually run once a year.  Ask when the next course is starting.



Monday 1.30 - 2.45pm during term time in St Peter's Community Hub. Books, puzzles, toys, games & craft activities for children under five & their carer’s, plus singing & story time too.


Messy Youth

This meets on the 2nd Sunday of the month at St Peter’s Hub on Normanton Lane from 5pm to 7pm.  There are plenty of games and snacks as well as time and space to explore the big questions of life, the universe and everything.  Suitable for ages 11 to 14 years.

Chocolate Drink with Marshmallows

Hot Chocolate and Toast

Wednesdays 2:45 at St Andrew's Community Hub (2nd and 4th Wednesdays during term time) - for pupils on the way home from school. 

Permission to attend from parents or guardians is needed.

Arriving At School

Links with local schools

We have links to many of the schools in the parish, but especially St Peter's Church School, which is just over the road from the church


Messy Church

Messy Church meets about 6 times a year around key festivals and is a great opportunity for children and parents to discover more about faith through crafts, story, song and prayer.  It’s really easy to join in and it’s always friendly and lively.  The session ends with a buffet tea and everyone is welcome. 

2024 Dates

Messy Easter 17 March

Messy Pentecost 19 May

Messy Summer 23 June

Messy Harvest  17 September

Messy Advent 1 December

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Crossed Keys Cafe

Mondays 9:30 to 12:30 in St Peter's Community Hub.

A meeting place where you can get a hot drink and cake at a reasonable price. Why not drop in yourself on a Monday morning for a drink, a bite to eat and a chat?

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Creation Care team

Re cycle - Re purpose - Re think

Helping us to be responsible as a church regarding our world. We also work with other local environmental groups.


You can contact us using email


Knit and Natter

Meeting every Wednesday at 2.15pm in St Peter's Community Hub this is a great way to meet friends with more yarn than they know what to do with.  Knitters, crocheters, experienced hands or new and still learning are welcome. 

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Lunch Club

Tuesday lunchtime is an opportunity for a meal for people over a certain age, whilst chatting in a friendly environment. It take place in St Peter's Community Hub.

Crafts Activity


Meeting 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month at 10am in St Peter's Community Hub. This is a great way to explore your creative side alongside your spirituality – bring your own projects or use the resources provided.


Thirsty Thursday

The men of the church meet for a chat and drinks in the White Swan on the 2nd Thursday each month - 7:30pm ish.


Joyce Harpur charity

Invites grant applications for financial support from individuals living in difficult circumstances. Applications open in September each year.

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Giveaway days

Donate good quality items you don't want anymore and take what you need - occasional giveaway days take place at St. Andrew's Community Hub

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