New dates for the diary; 14th September – Prayer Walk around the redevelopment area of the Parish 27th September – Prayer – 7:30pm 17th October – Prayer – 7:30pm 9th November – Prayer – 7:30pm 12th November – St Peters, Eucharist Service – 6pm Please remember that we are no longer doing the monthly sunday … More Dates for the Diary
After 5 months of meeting at the vicarage, on a set Sunday each month, we are going to explore some new ways of meeting and places where we can gather. Whilst we are in the early stages of our new church, we are going to take the opportunity to try a few new things. We … More Changing gears, new meeting structures
We continue to meet on the second Sunday of each month and have been blessed by God on each occasion. Please feel free to join us and share with what God is doing in this part of Cricklewood
It is the 2nd Sunday of the month and so we will be meeting again at 4pm (Vicarage) to continue our series in Nehemiah and the rebuilding of the ruins. Quite a poignant book as we seek to resurrect the Anglican church in this corner of God’s vineyard
In the parish area here, we are blessed to have Jesus House (RCCG) and they have been engaging in prayer at a high level in this season. Today, they had their lunchtime prayers and were joined by the Archbishop of Canterbury, many leaders of the RCCG and the leaders of the One People Commission. It … More #ThykingdomCome
Our first meeting was a great success and we were joined by Bp Rob Wickham as we celebrated starting St.Peters again. It was great to celebrate the faithfulness of God and we began with the perfect hymn, ‘To God be the Glory’. The journey ahead will not be straightforward but we have begun and are … More We have lift off….
We will be meeting on Sunday at 4pm, at the Vicarage on Claremont Road.
In two weeks time, on April 30th at 4pm, we will be meeting together for Worship, Word and Fellowship. The venue install to be confirmed but we are excited that the next steps in the life of St.Peters are coming together. We look forward to seeing you there, please be praying. And so it begins…..
On Easter Sunday, we will be joining with other Cricklewood Churches to celebrate the resurrection with a sunrise service. A great opportunity to stand together and share publicly about the hope that we have in the Risen Christ.