Worship in St Peter’s1 min read

Worship is at the heart of St. Peter’s. Whether taking place in the formal liturgies of the Church of Ireland, during school services, or (perhaps unconsciously) during a musical recital in the church, we offer prayer and praise to God, continuing the tradition of worship which has taken place on the site of the church since its foundation some 800 years ago.

Sunday worship

8.15 a.m.

  • Holy Communion – traditional language without hymns or sermon. It suits those who prefer a quiet, contemplative, traditional liturgy.

11.30 a.m.

  • First Sunday: Holy Communion – modern language.
  • Second Sunday: Children and Family Service.
  • Third Sunday: Holy Communion – modern language.
  • Fourth Sunday: Morning Prayer – traditional language

All services at 11.30 have four hymns. All services at 11.30 other than the Children’s service have a sermon


  • 10.00 there is a service of Holy Communion – modern language.

At  St. Peter’s baptised members of all Christian churches are welcome to receive communion.

This month’s service times

Links to sites offering Prayer and Reflection

Please note that St. Peter’s is fitted with an induction loop system for the hearing impaired