St Peter’s is a friendly and welcoming Anglican Church. It has strong links with community groups and schools in the area and with the wider church locally. We believe that well-established relationships with God, with our community, and with each other are the foundation of a fulfilling Christian lifestyle and a fruitful church. For information about our regular services click here.
The Parish of Wrecclesham with its population of approximately 6,300 people is situated on the Surrey/North East Hampshire border and includes Shortheath and Boundstone. St Peter’s is the only church in the Parish and was consecrated in 1840 when the population was believed to be around 800 inhabitants, significantly smaller than today. Situated behind the church is the Parish Hall known as the Leverton Hall.
Within the parish are two state schools: St. Peter’s School a Church of England aided primary school with 235 pupils, and Weydon School a mixed comprehensive school for students aged 11-16 years. We are proud of our links with both of these excellent schools.
The clergy are supported in pastoral ministry by a team of trained and experienced assistants who share in many aspects of pastoral care, including visiting those who are sick, lonely or recently bereaved; visiting families preparing for their child’s baptism; and bringing Holy Communion to those unable to get to church, including those in the parish’s residential homes.
Pastoral assistants are available to visit anyone who would value a friendly face and a listening ear. If you, or someone you know, would like to arrange a such a visit, then please contact us.
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