Welcome to  St Peter's Wellesbourne

Church of St Peter, Wellesbourne

Coronavirus Update: As of 17th March 2020 Public worship was suspended, but from October 11th some services are restarting; for further information see Coronavirus Update

To keep up to date with everything that is going on see the newsletters: Weekly Pewsheets & Newsletters 

The Church Centre is open for bookings with limited numbers and an appropriate Risk Assessment.

Services, Sermons & Talks from St Peter's Wellesbourne:

                Sunday 18th October: https://youtu.be/OiT0oJU9zss

                Sunday 11th October: https://youtu.be/hGneD9uJXvk

                Sunday 4th October: https://youtu.be/xKU9zFhOVuM

Earlier sermons & talks from St Peter's Wellesbourne: Sermons on YouTube

Children and Young People’s Ministry: YouTube channel: SPCW YouTube Channel

Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse

You are no doubt aware that the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has published their report into the Anglican Church. 

A summary of the report, together with a joint statement from Bishop Christopher and our Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser can be found on the diocesan website…

You might not want to read the full 154 page report; however, Bishop Christopher suggests that you might find it helpful to read:

·        The executive summary

·        The recommendations

St Peter's Wellesbourne: 

inspired by Jesus to forgive, encourage and serve.

Welcome to the website of St Peter's Wellesbourne. Ours is a busy church at the centre of our growing village with differing styles of worship from the Book of Common Prayer to Cafe Church. There really is something for everyone, Little Angels takes place on Monday's and is aimed at preschool children whilst there are mid-week groups for older children,  plus Messy Church, Home Groups for adults and lot's of activities for Older People too. 

For us, St Peter's is family, there is always a lot of laughter, but we're a family with Jesus Christ right at the centre of family life. 

Do check us out! 

Rev Greg Bartlem

Wellesbourne CE Primary and Nursery School: wellesbourneceprimary.co.uk/ 


  Safeguarding at St Peters'; click the image


Vision for St Peter's

 To be a distinctive Christian community in our village, embracing the diversity of its people. We gather to worship; we grow in faith; we go out together in love to share our faith: we work with others to change the world.

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