The Bible is full of “one anothers” … love … encourage … serve … forgive … be kind & compassionate … pray… for one another … there are lots more! Here are just some of the ways we seek to ensure that each person at St Peter’s can give and receive the care they need.
Small groups, where you can get rooted in God’s people and share life with others, are the main way in which we care for one another on a day to day basis. We encourage everyone to be part of a group, to look out for each other and to pray together for needs within the group. You can join one here.
A group of very willing volunteers takes meals to people in need e.g. after the birth of a baby or a spell in hospital or to help relieve particular times of stress. You can pass requests or offers of help to our Meals Ministry Coordinator here
Jesus is the good shepherd of the flock so we encourage you to bring all your needs before Him. You can find out more about opportunities for prayer here or you can contact our Pastoral Care Coordinator below to request a visit from members of the prayer ministry team or the clergy.
Our Pastoral Care Coordinator seeks to ensure that care is available to those who need it and keeps in regular touch with the clergy and other pastoral ministry leaders about particular needs as they arise. You can contact her using the buttons below.