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What’s Happening?

Our regular gatherings and upcoming events

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Sunday Services

Sundays, 10am

1st, 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month: inclusive prayerbook Eucharist (communion) service.
3rd Sunday of the month: Morning Worship (no communion)

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Coffee n kids

Thursdays, 10am in term time

A friendly and relaxed gathering of parents and caregivers with young children from 0-5 years.  This supportive playgroup meets every Thursday at 10am during term time and follows on from Plunket's Music & Movement sessions for pre-schoolers at 9.15am.  Participants are welcome to come to just one of these events or both; please enquire if you would like to know more details.


Rest Home Services

Thursdays, 11am

Wallingford Rest Home, Cnr Allnatt & Cass Streets, Temuka – St Peter’s is one of three local churches who support the spiritual care of residents through pastoral contact and taking their turn leading worship along with the Presbyterian Support Services hospital chaplain, Rev Alan Cummins.  Ecumenical in nature, the services are held on Thursday mornings at 11am and members of the community are also invited to come.

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St Peter's Women's Fellowship Group

Monthly meetings by arrangement

We are a group of ladies (all ages) who meet monthly if possible and enjoy wonderful fun and fellowship through travelling to interesting venues in South Canterbury and region, meeting at St Peter's Anglican church to share a lunch, morning tea and speaker, go out to dinner, a café or a show and assist where we can with church events and fund raisers.  We also fundraise for the Anglican missions. Our group is open to anyone in the community who wishes to share fellowship with us.

Contact Marianne Bridge 03 615 8167 or 027 232 5858 for more information.



By arrangement

“Prayer is the very sword of the Saints ….”   Francis Thompson

A small group of parishioners offers this ministry to those who would appreciate the extra strength and power for good that prayer brings to any situation.  All requests are received with respect and kept confidential. 

Contact person: Rev Jill Maslin

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