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St Peter’s Church Bromyard

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Updated on 30/08/15



Welcome to St. Peter’s Church, both a building and a community.

Our church building is full of history and things to see: look at the guide on a page of this website but even better, pay us a visit: the church is open every day.

As a community of people, we are seeking to be followers of Jesus Christ both in our worshipping life together and in our service in and around Bromyard. You’ll find a taster of what we’re doing in these pages.

And we hope you find our website interesting and helpful. It’s kept up to date regularly, so please check for the latest news, events and information.

Please contact us if you need to know more; and, even better, come and meet us!

Clive Evans, Vicar.

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Prayer for the Week

Everlasting God,
we give you thanks for those things that we hold dear:
traditions that have been handed down,
buildings where generations have praised you.
And we give thanks for new ways of being church communities.
Help us to balance the past with now, ritual with need.
And above all, help us to be your pilgrim people,
welcoming, faithful and growing, inside and out.

© ROOTS for Churches Ltd 2002-2015. Reproduced with permission. www.rootsontheweb.com

Note change of date!!

Now held on the LAST Saturday morning of each month (ex. August) at 8.30am to 10am., The men’s breakfast is a time for men to get together to share a hearty breakfast and conversation.

It is held at 'Oscars' café at the Hope Family Centre,
Hereford Road in Bromyard.  A full English breakfast to include tea or coffee will be

The next breakfast will be held on

September 26th  

There is no formal booking but it would be helpful to know how many we are catering for. Please let Mike Pagett know if you are coming or not or for more information telephone 01885 483402

On the weekend of 25–27 September 2015, churches and groups all over Britain are getting together to pray for their local community. We believe that prayer changes things, on a personal, local and national level, but we also believe prayer is about saying thank you and appreciating the fantastic aspects of our community.

We at St. Peter’s church would really like to pray for our town and so we will be contacting the businesses, groups and schools in Bromyard at the beginning of September to see what you would like us to pray for. There is no prayer request too big or too small, and all prayer requests will be confidential.

We shall make sure that every request is lifted to God in prayer during the weekend. The church will be open from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th with refreshments provided throughout the day, if you would like to join us to pray. On Sunday 27th all the prayers will be lifted up to God and blessings prayed on the contributors.

If you would like to know more about the weekend you can visit www.national-prayer-weekend.com.


Please note that the church office is closed during this week and will reopen on Mon. 7th Sept.