St. Peter-ad-Vincula, Roydon

  • St Peter's Church,
  • High Street,
  • Roydon, Harlow
  • Essex
  • CM19 5LW


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                                                         WHAT'S ON





See the Worship page for the details of our regular services.



Dads and Toddlers

Will be meeting next Saturday (11thDecember) from 9.30 am to 11 am in the Large Hall.

Saturday 11th December 

from 9.30 am to 11 am in the Large Hall.



 ADVENT PRAYER CALENDAR 

Contact Jess if you would like to receive a daily email prayer during Advent. 

The prayers are also being displayed in the Lych Gate. 



Nine Lessons and Carols


                      Carol singing





                      Christingle



     
                     Christmas Eve midnight service




St Peter's Cafe 

Every Tuesday at 10.30 am


COFFEE MORNINGEvery Tuesday at 10.30 am at St Peter’sHEAVENLY WALKSEvery Thursday at 9.30 from St Peter’s***********************Please send any contributions tothe News Sheet tojwells@essexcourt.net/ ileshm@btinternet.com




Parish Walks from St Peter's

9.30 am each Thursday. 


COFFEE MORNINGEvery Tuesday at 10.30 am at St Peter’sHEAVENLY WALKSEvery Thursday at 9.30 from St Peter’s***********************Please send any contributions tothe News Sheet tojwells@essexcourt.net/ ileshm@btinternet.com



ST. PETER’S TREE PLANTING PROJECT 2021 


"The UK has pledged to be carbon neutral by 2050. There is one solution for removing CO2 from the atmosphere – and it could be our most powerful weapon in the fight against climate change – planting trees. 


Trees are the ultimate carbon capture and storage machines. Like great carbon sinks, woods and forests absorb atmospheric carbon and lock it up for centuries. And trees do more than just capture carbon. They also fight the cruel effects of a changing climate. They can help: Prevent flooding Reduce city temperature Reduce pollution Keep soil nutrient-rich Woods are our allies in the fight against a changing climate, yet just 13% of the UK’s land area is covered by trees (compared with an EU average of 37%). 


The bottom line is, we need more trees and we need to protect the ones we already have.” 

– Woodland Trust 


St. Peter’s Church is playing its part in this project by helping people to plant trees in Roydon this year. 


We have bought a selection of trees to donate to residents to plant in their gardens. The trees are all be native grown and from the Woodland Trust. 


See the Tree Planting Project page for all the photos