Our vicar and his wife joined us in January 2018. They are excited about what God will do in the coming months. They are here to grow the church and make disciples of Jesus today. They believe that God is still as relevant as ever and that He wants to be involved in every detail of our daily lives. They want to see God transform lives and to grow confident Christians who make a difference to others in this world wherever life takes them.
We are a community of believers with a cross section of ages – though for the present the majority of us are getting on a bit. We want to welcome everyone from the elderly to young families and children, those with a growing faith, little faith or none at all. We will be trying to make our church fun to belong to and unbearable to stay away from.
Why not join us on our journey as we become followers of Jesus Christ, develop our faith, our understanding of the bible and discover God’s love and purpose for us?
We now have a Facebook page – search for Woolley church – St Peter’s. It’s early days so why not take a look on a daily basis. The aim is to have something relevant for young and old, those of little or no faith and those who are hungry for more of God in their lives. There will be news from the local area, events, words of encouragement, hope and reflection, and worship songs for those who like or want to experience something more contemporary. Don’t forget to click on “like” and let us know what you think.
Do you buy online from well-known retailers? If so, please access their online stores through www.easyfundraising.org.uk
Hundreds of major retailers donate to charity for online orders placed through this site. St Peter’s Church is registered as Woolley Church. So, if you decide to buy anything online from any of the 500 UK retailers, first you simply find Woolley Church (under Find a Cause – W), register yourself as a purchaser, and Woolley Church will be identified as the cause you want to support by your purchases. Why not visit the site now and see what they have to offer?