St Peter's (Parish of Great Berkhamsted)

Church in Berkhamsted

St Peter's (Parish of Great Berkhamsted)

Main Meetings:

Sun 08:00 Eucharist
(1st Sunday, BCP)

Sun 09:30 Sung Eucharist

Sun 16:00 Third Sunday Service
Third Sunday of the month, family service

Sun 18:00 Evensong

Mon 09:00 Morning Prayer

Mon 17:00 Evening Prayer

Tue 17:00 Evening Prayer

Wed 08:00 Morning Prayer

Wed 08:30 Eucharist

Wed 17:00 Evening Prayer

Thu 09:00 Morning Prayer

Thu 17:00 Evening Prayer

Fri 09:00 Morning Prayer

Fri 17:00 Evening Prayer

Sat 18:00 Evening Prayer


Anglican, Church of England

Hymns & songs:

New English Hymnal

Under 18s:

Sunday School



Local outreach & community activities:

Saturday morning coffee, Sundays Together Lunches, Grief & Loss Support Group, Parent & toddler groups, Cowper Society, Berkhamsted Review magazine 'Your Berkhamsted', Annual Petertide Fair

Other activities & ministries:

Mothers' Union, Mothers' Union Prayer Group, Tuesday Club, Choir (mixed),Bell ringers, ABC prayer breakfast, Julian meeting, Morning prayer, Evening prayer


Fr Timothy Pilkington, Rector
Fr Simon Vivian, Curate

Affiliations & links:

Association of Berkhamsted Churches, Berkhamsted Team Ministry - parishes of Great Berkhamsted, Great Gaddesden, Little Gaddesden, Nettleden, Potten End

Main Bible:

New Revised Standard Version

Average Congregation:

180 adults
30 under 18s

Special needs:

Accessible worship area, Hearing loop



Office Contact:

Hilary Armstrong

Office Address:

St Peter's (Parish of Great Berkhamsted), Berkhamsted

Email: Click to email

Meeting Venue

St Peter's (Parish of Great Berkhamsted), Berkhamsted

Travel and Parking Info:

On site car park (evenings & weekends only)


About Us:

Here at St Peter's we aim to give glory to God through Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit by: the offering of our best in worship; encouraging and providing opportunity for all, both young and old, to grow in their experience, knowledge and love of God; witnessing to God's love in the world through service to the parish and community. In addition to the regular services, principal Feast Days and Holy Days are observed. St Peter's Church dates back to the early 13th century and, being open throughout the day, provides a place of quiet and prayer in the heart of the town.