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St Peter’s Church Bromyard

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Updated on 10/02/16

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.

This year, Holy Week and Easter just sneak into the end of March: recently there’s been talk about making this movable feast immovable, so the date no longer changes from year to year. Well, don’t hold your breath: Christians have been arguing over this question for a very long time! That’s sad because it just takes our attention away from the main thing.


These events, the final days of Jesus’ life on earth (or so it seemed!) are, surely, ‘the greatest story ever told’. They make even Christmas seem like an also-ran. True, it’s not a particularly ‘nice’ story. If Christmas (especially the way we’ve made it) can seem unreal, Holy Week and Easter are painfully real to life.  All the great themes and issues of our life are here: triumph and disaster; success and failure; light and darkness; great and ordinary; strong and weak; pain and joy; tears and laughter; and, yes, life and death.


Why don’t you pick up a Bible - we all have one somewhere – and just read the story once again. You have four versions to choose from: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. And be amazed and surprised.

Clive Evans, Vicar.



































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PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Lord, I should like to think that, had I been invited to the mountain-top, wide awake, I would have been engaged with awe and wonder – and not by the need to prove anything, build anything,

or be more than I am.

But I must learn in all honesty to admit that there is something of Peter within me. I learn by doing, unafraid or unaware of my foolishness.

Open the eyes of my heart, reveal to me all the potential you see in me, Jesus, and give me courage to become more like you.

 

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

February 27th


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



Christmas Tree Festival  2015


Please ‘click’ on the Christmas tree below to see photographs of this amazing Festival.  

Our Building


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

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