We have had a great start to our services and will continue to meet on the 2nd Sunday of each month. We look forward to welcoming you at Whitefield School at 11am.
Our next service is in May, meanwhile we continue to support our friends at St John West Hendon, feel free to join with us there.
We have also continued with our children’s club and they had a great Easter session looking at the events of Holy Week and the death and resurrection of Jesus.
We had our first monthly service at Whitefield school on Sunday – it was a roaring success with 29 people attending….and a last second visit from the Bishop of Edmonton. A joyful occasion and a new marker in the life of the church of England in this part of Cricklewood.
St. Peter’s has been in hiatus for a while and meeting in a local home, this service is the beginning of a new era and the heart of its people is to serve the community well, in Jesus name. Exciting times ahead….come and find out more….2nd Sunday of every month.
For the last 6 months, we have been meeting weekly in a local home. With limited space, this has meant that we have not been able to publicise events in the way that we would hope and that some people have not heard about St Peters. In March, we will be holding our first ‘Pop Up Church’ when we will meet in a large community venue for a service……watch this space for news.
Prayer will always be a priority for us at St Peters. Our prayer walks have continued through the year and we have developed a monthly prayer plan that ensures main focal points and every road in the area is prayed for. We also have a weekly prayer meeting that is open to everyone. We know that so much of our work has been seeded in prayer and are grateful for those that have journeyed with us and are praying – not just in London but across the world!
We meet at 7:30pm on Thursdays