- St Peter's Church,
- High Street,
- Roydon, Harlow
- CM19 5LW
"Pétanque, pizza & plonk"
Report from Robert on the men's pétanque evening
At Messy Church on Saturday 29th June
We had stories and craft activities followed by refreshments
And we learnt about people who spread the Word
The Revd Richard Attew was licensed
as our new Priest-in-Charge at St Peter's Church
on Monday 24th June.
Visiting choir the Lynmore Singers
The Annual St Peter's Quiz
was on Saturday 9th March.
Palm Sunday Choral Service
at 6.30 pm in St Peter's Church
Sunday 14th April
Walking for Lent 2019
The dates of all the walks were as follows:
Wednesday 13th March - 9 am
Sunday 17th March -10.45 am
Wednesday 20th March - 9am
Wednesday 27th March- 9am
Wednesday 3rd April - 9am
Wednesday 10th April - 9 am
We had a walk on Palm Sunday, 14th April with a pub lunch half way.
The last Men's Curry Night was on Wednesday 30th January at 7.30 pm in the Garden of India restaurant in Harlow.
We had our Church Family Indoor Games Day!
on Saturday 19th January
Board games, jigsaws, card games and refreshments.
St Peter's catering team held a NEW YEAR LUNCH
on Friday 18th January at 12.30 pm.
We celebrated the baptism of Ren Cole Arnold on the 13th January
Thank you to everyone who donated money for the sponsored camp out on 22nd December 2018
We have raised £2,395 in donations (£2,923.75 in total including Gift Aid) for local charity Streets2Homes.
Streets2Homes operates a day centre for homeless people, and provides them with housing, employment advice, training sessions, health services, washing facilities, and food and clothing in a safe and friendly environment. http://streets2homes.zohosites.eu/
The Jesse Tree
During each service in advent we decorated the Jesse Tree with symbols that represent a variety of Christians that we can learn about in the Bible.
Isaiah 11:1 “A shoot shall come out from the stump of Jesse, and a branch shall grow out of his roots.”
Jesse was the father of King David.
Jesus was a descendant of King David.
The Jesse Tree represents the family tree of Christianity.
We collected together our shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child during our Fourth Sunday Service on 25th November.
Following the Remembrance service the bell ringing team rang the method Plain Hunt for an hour to commemorate the end of the First World War.
To commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One, the WI have knitted a display of weeping poppies. Amongst the red poppies there are some purple poppies that represent the animals that have been killed in action. Until Remembrance Sunday you can see the display in the entrance of St Peter's. After Remembrance Sunday the display will then be placed in the Colte chapel.
Thanks to Barbara Richmond and her crew who organised this and spent many hours displaying the poppies.
Chris and Yvette's Wedding
Bishop Stephen's visit
Pentecost Celebration 2018
We had a BBQ to celebrate the Royal Wedding
on Saturday 19th May
Messy Church had a Treasure Trail
on Saturday 21st April
Lent Walks 2018
Saturday 17th February
Friday 19th January
British Luncheon run by St Peter's Catering team 'CAMEO'
We enjoyed a choice selection of the finest British cuisine - main courses were then followed by delicious desserts and fine wines
Sunday 21st January, 9.30 am - Prayer service for church growth
St Peter’s Choir have recorded "Storm and Tide" which was commissioned by John Warren in commemoration of the 655 men, women and children lost in the sinking of SS Ceramic in December 1942, and of all those lost in the oceans in war and peace.
St Peter’s Patronal Family Service
was on Sunday 25th June 2017
We celebrated our beautiful church and church family in a lively family service.
It was lovely to see old (and new!) friends.
CAMEO Strawberry Cream Tea
Friday, 26th May 2017 from 2.30 p.m. With Duncan on the piano.
The Easter Trail 2017
Lent Walks 2017