St Peter's Church, Oundle

Church in Oundle

St Peter's Church, Oundle

Main Meetings:

Sundays:
8am Holy Communion
10.30am Holy Communion or Family Service
4.30pm 430 Praise (1st Sunday)
6pm Choral Evensong (2nd Sunday)

Denomination:

Anglican

Hymns & songs:

Traditional & Contemporary

Under 18s:

Full Junior Church;
14+ Sunday Social & Bible Study
After School Youth Club
West Porch Cafe Youth Club (after school 12+)

18-30s:

Local outreach & community activities:

Annual shows (put on by young people); Chattabox Holiday Club; Tuesday Club (for Elderly & Alone); Mothers Union; Explorations Outings (Elderly); The Alpha Course; The Marriage Course; Disipleship Explored

Other activities & ministries:

Home Groups; Tiny Tots (mums & tots); Women's Group; Quarterly Prayer Evenings;

Leaders:

Rev.Cannon Richard Ormston;
Rev.Stephen Webster

Affiliations & links:

Main Bible:

New International Version

Average Congregation:

150 adults
25 under 18s

Special needs:

Ramp, Wheelchair accessible, hearing loop

Languages:

Office Contact:

Ali Coutts (Administrator)

Office Address:

Parish Office
North Street
Oundle
Northamptonshire
PE8 4AL

Office Telephone:

01832 275675

Tel: 01832 275675

Email: Click to email

Website: www.oundlestpeters.org.uk

Meeting Venue

St Peter's Church
Church Lane
Oundle
Northamptonshire
PE8 4EE

Travel and Parking Info:

Street parking, local car park (x3), on a bus route.

 

About Us:

St Peter’s Oundle is a church in the community, for the community. At the heart of all that we do is a love for growing as followers of Jesus. We warmly welcome you to join our diverse community, whether you are just exploring faith, are new to the area, want to make new friends or have been a Christian for ages. From the Tiny Tots group who turn the building into a play area, to the senior citizens who enjoy carpet bowls and lemon drizzle cake; from the teenagers at the West Porch Café to musicians performing lunch time concerts; from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat to Curry Nights. It’s never dull here. We’re a living church.