On Sundays there is a said service of Communion from the traditional Book of Common Prayer at 8am. Then there is a communion service with music at 9:30am. The 9:30 service is live-streamed via facebook. There is no need to book for any service. There is an area set aside in the south aisle for those who would like to be socially distanced and wear masks, but everyone can choose whether to wear a mask or not, wherever they sit.

Prayer lies at the heart of St Peter’s, and so at the heart of Petersfield. Every day there is morning prayer at 9am, and there is a short said service of communion on Fridays at 11am and Saturdays at 9:30am.

St Peter’s has a wealth of resources online, so that whether you can come to church or not, and wherever you are, you can take a full part of the life of the church. We hope that these will help you to pray, to learn more about your faith, and to grow in your relationship with God.

The ‘Sunday services‘ page has many of the services which have been streamed from St Peter’s, and the organ voluntaries. Also visit our facebook page for more services at https://www.facebook.com/StPetersChurchPetersfield/

The ‘videos and talks’ page has short talks on saints and other subjects, as well as some special services such as Harvest and All Souls. These videos are especially good for younger people.

The ‘meditations‘ page has a series of meditations on John’s gospel.