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St Peter’s Church Bromyard

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Updated on 01/05/16

PLEASE SEE THE ‘OUR SERVICES’ PAGE FOR ANY LAST MINUTE CHANGES TO THE REGULAR PATTERN

 OUR CHURCH IS AN ‘OPEN CHURCH’ AND IS USUALLY OPEN BETWEEN 0930 AND DUSK.

It’s Easter time and once again we proclaim “Christ is risen!” His rising from the dead shows for certain that he is who he claims to be, that he really has done what he said he was going to do. That he is no hazy figure from the pages of history but someone who can be known, and loved and worshipped today.


He is no less than God, he is God’s fix for a broken world and he gives us unshakeable hope even in our darkest moments. As the Bible puts it, No matter how many promises God has made, they are Yes in Christ.


How much we need to hold on to this! I write in the week following the latest series of atrocities:  suicide bombings in both Brussels and Lahore, a hijacking in Egypt, the continuing carnage in Syria. People who follow Jesus Christ today, no matter how hard their circumstances, no matter how weak their faith, we all have this confidence that there is no other name given by which we may be saved. His is the life in us which really gives us life. We know it for ourselves in our own experience.


May you know this too.


Yours in Christ,

 Clive Evans, Vicar of St. Peter’s, Bromyard.

Clive Evans, Vicar.



































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PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Lord, I know how restless I sometimes feel
when peace escapes me.
Then I think of me, multiplied by many,
and I begin to understand the widespread unrest in our world.
I pray, Lord, that you will bring your peace to all who need it,
starting with me, so that I can carry it with me wherever I go.

AMEN.

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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
£5.


The next breakfast will be held on

28th May

Please note there is no breakfast on Easter Saturday


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 483042
















Thursday 12th May 7:30pm
Conquest Theatre, Bromyard


The concert is FREE but admission is by ticket only which can be collected from Food For All in the High Street,

reserved by phone on 01885 482552

or from the theatre on the evening of the concert,

(donations gratefully accepted after the concert to help defray expenses)

Sean Dayton is a Canadian recording artist.  He has released 5 albums and gained several awards, performing on Canadian TV and winning 1st place in an International Songwriting Competition.  

He has toured extensively, performing with artists like Paul Baloche and Brian Doerksen.  

He hopes to take people on a rich musical and spiritual journey through the psalms.

Our Building


We are expecting 2016 to be a busy year, especially and visibly for the church building. To keep up to date, simply

click here

PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE CHANGES TO REGULAR SERVICE PATTERNS IN MAY

Please see ‘Our services’

St Peter’s to join Archbishops’ National Appeal


WAVE OF PRAYER May 8th to 15th—THY KINGDOM COME,

THY WILL BE DONE

In the week leading up to Pentecost, we are being asked by the Archbishops of Canterbury and  York, the Rt Revs Justin Welby and John Sentamu, to pray for our country.

St. Peter’s is joining in with 30-minute prayer sessions each day, at 10am and 7pm.

Please feel free to drop in and pray with us at these times—or at any other time during the day ...  When we pray , God works!  Thank you, Jill Simmons.