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St Peter's is 150!

Our church has been part of the Harold Wood community since 1871. That means we're celebrating our 150th birthday this year!

As part of our celebrations, we'd love to invite you to join us for five relaxed evenings of tea, coffee and conversation at The Hub in Harold Wood, each with an informal interview with someone from St Peter's about their life and faith.

What's on


Trauma, relationships and Christ
Santana's story

How knowing Jesus makes a difference
Mon 31st May, 7.30-9pm at The Hub

Head or heart, faith or reason?
Anthony's story

Thinking through the Christian faith
Tue 1st June, 7.30-9pm at The Hub

God's purposes when the past is painful
Hayley's story

How Jesus can transform the pain of the past
Wed 2nd June, 7.30-9pm at The Hub

The challenge of addiction
Stuart's story

Finding what it means to be clean forever
Thu 3rd June, 7.30-9pm at The Hub

But God meant it for good
Joy's story

Making sense of life's ups and downs
Fri 4th June, 7.30-9pm at The Hub


Free parking is available in The Hub car park.

Coronavirus precautions

We're running these events in a Covid-secure way. We're following the latest government guidelines and our own risk assessment.*

  • To ensure there's enough space, you'll need to book free tickets using the links above
  • Please don't attend if you are displaying Coronavirus symptoms
  • In line with government regulations, please wear a face covering (unless you're exempt) until you're sat down with refreshments. Social interaction indoors is allowed for groups of no more than six (or two households).*
We're basing these plans on Step 3 of the government's Roadmap going ahead on 17th May, so they're subject to change if it doesn't