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Welcome to the Parish Church of St Peter
A very warm welcome to St Peter's Parish Church, Jersey, a church that has stood on this site for some 1000 years witnessing to the local community. You are very welcome to join us for any of our services, to use the church for private prayer or meditation or indeed just to wander around.
We are a church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England and welcome people of all backgrounds and traditions. Our work at the heart of the community includes very strong outreach to children and schools within the Parish including St Peter's Primary and St George's Prep. We also run adult study groups at various times throughout the year. We look forward to welcoming you in the near future.
SERVICES AT ST PETER’S
SUMMER into AUTUMN 2021
24 October LAST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY 0800 Mass; 1030 Mass with music
31 October FEAST OF ALL SAINTS (observed) 0800 Mass; 1030 Mass with music
Under the current Covid-19 rules, weekly services at St Peter's will follow this pattern:
SUNDAYS (see above for details)
1030 Mass with Music
MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
1155 - 1300 The Angelus followed by Private Prayer
0955 The Angelus followed by Mass
COMING TO CHURCH:
“COVID-19 GUIDELINE UPDATES 23rd JULY 2021
Masks are currently required by law in any indoor public setting from the 21st July and, in the setting of worship, in any group where more than 50 people are present. My recommendation is however, that people wear masks regardless of how many are at Sunday worship, so that we provide a consistent approach. Masks should remain in place for the whole of the service, including congregational singing. Distancing, is still recommended, with a minimum of 1m apart.
The serving of refreshments after the service should be stopped.
Hand sanitizers should remain in use and people encouraged to use them and they should be available at various points in the Church.
Continue to use one-way systems for movement around the Church wherever possible and keep churches ventilated wherever possible.
Communion should only in one kind: the bread.
Continue to use track and tracing.
Clergy when using a microphone are allowed to remove their mask indoors when speaking to the Congregation, as long as the Congregation is more that 2m away from them”.
For these reasons, Do please book ahead.
Please note: All Anglican churches in the Deaneries of Jersey and Guernsey are still legally in the Diocese of Winchester,
but Episcopal Oversight and Care is in the process of moving to the Diocese of Salisbury.
Friday 22nd October
Sunday 24th October
10:30 Mass with Music
Monday 25th October
Wednesday 27th October
09:55 The Angelus and Mass
Thursday 28th October
Friday 29th October
Sunday 31st October
10:30 Mass with Music
Monday 1st November
Tuesday 2nd November
Wednesday 3rd November
10:00 Requiem Mass