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Prayer is central to our fellowship, and as well as encouraging individual prayer and Bible study, we seek to provide opportunities to join in prayer together. To assist you at St Peter's we provide several opportunities. You can decide which suits you best or we can help find something that fits you. Praydown is a network of people committed to praying for specific needs. The team is also there to offer support to you in whatever need you may have.
For those who prefer getting together with only men this group occasionally meets for informal chats and social events. We also promote Christian Vision for Men in Sandbach. Further details here
Mid-Week Prayer Meetings
These are held in the Church each 1st Monday at 8:00pm and 3rd Monday at 7:30 pm of the month and follow a different theme each week.
Church Open for Prayer
Every Wednesday the Church is open for prayer and reflection 10:00 - 11:00 am. You are welcome to drop in for any length of time to reflect in quiet or just talk to someone. To follow is the Wednesday Morning Service.
Small Groups are a central part of our fellowship at St Peter's. They provide an opportunity for people to make friends, grow in their faith and support each other in a smaller setting than the Sunday services. They are informal, friendly and supportive, providing an ideal setting to meet new people. Most small groups include refreshments, some discussion about applying God's Word to our lives, and prayer for issues that emerge from chatting together.
Small groups have a relaxed feel and meet on a weekly or fortnightly basis. The meeting times vary, as do the sizes of the groups, so you should be able to find one to suit you. We are convinced of the value of the fellowship we share in the Small Groups, and encourage everyone at St Peter's to join one. For more information contact the Church Office.
The Alpha Course
is for anyone who wants to find out more about the Christian Faith. It is aimed primarily at those who would not call themselves a Christian and those who are not churchgoers.
Marriage Preparation is designed to think about how your life together may work out. From the people who brought you the Alpha Course the Marriage Course
is a series of eight sessions designed to help any married couple strengthen their relationship.
We offer help and Guidance for all those considering baptism in a Baptism Course and then a Parenting Course which explores ways to celebrate parenthood.