Welcome to the website of St Peter’s Church, Woolley
Priest in charge: Reverend Kevin Greaves
All public acts of worship are subject to prevailing coronavirus restrictions. To find out more about current services please click here.
There will be online services on our YouTube Channel and Facebook page. For more details how to view online, please click here.
For those who do not have access to the internet:
Daily Hope Phone by the Church of England. Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services at the end of a telephone line. The line, which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 is free of charge
St Peter’s is a medieval church with some good late medieval stained glass. We are the only church serving the village of Woolley, just off the M1 motorway at junction 38 and 7 miles south of Wakefield. Click here to view map. If you would like to make contact, please email our vicar firstname.lastname@example.org or via email@example.com or phone 01924 256031.
If you are thinking about having your wedding at St Peter’s, we offer Marriage Preparation to help you make it the best of beginnings.
Our sister church is in the neighbouring village of West Bretton, home of the world-renowned Yorkshire Sculpture Park. The Church in West Bretton is an Anglican-Methodist Local Ecumenical Partnership. Please check newsletter Village Voice for up to date details of the Sunday Service times. Anglican Holy Communion is held on the 4th Sunday of the month at 9.30am.
Reverend Greaves also has responsibilities in our neighbouring parish in St James’ Chapelthorpe. View their website here
Parish Safeguarding Officer is Carol Kitson.
If you have a safeguarding issue click here
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Prayer for our parish
God of mission
Who alone brings growth to your Church,
Send your Holy Spirit to give
Vision to our planning,
Wisdom to our actions,
And power to our witness.
Help our church to grow in numbers,
In spiritual commitment to you,
And in service to our local community,
Through Jesus Christ our Lord
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