Church of England Diocese of Bath & Wells Polden Wheel

St Peter's

St Peter's, Catcott is part of the Polden Wheel Benefice.

You will find details of St Peter's services and openings on this website. It includes a Communion service as part of the Benefice rota, and a monthly Service of Quiet. The Church is also open 3 days a week (10am to 5pm) for private prayer. There is hand sanitiser in the porch and there are restrictions in place, which are explained on a notice on the font as you enter.

In terms of the Benefice as a whole, during the pandemic the main service is the popular weekly Informal Worship via Zoom at 11am.

We will also have a weekly communion service at 9.30am at one of the Churches in the Benefice. This will have some limitations compared to normal. Each church will have plans for where to arrive and leave, and where to sit. At present, communion will be bread only, and not wine - this is because drinking from a common cup is not currently permitted. There will be no singing.

We also hope to hold Outdoor Worship services about once per fortnight, though with the winter coming, these will be more difficult.

You can find more information on the website: https://www.poldenwheel.co.uk/ and the Facebook page.

Get in touch

Open for Private Prayer

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday at 10 a.m. for 7h

Church Way
Catcott
Bridgwater

St Peter's Church is now open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 10am to 5pm.
There is no attendant, and visitors are requested to use the hand sanitiser in the porch, and follow the procedures that are displayed on the font.
The Church is registered with the Government Track and Trace App, and so you can use the QR code there to register your visit. Otherwise, there is a form that you can fill in and post into the wall safe.

Rich Tweedy is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Why did God allow the Covid-19 pandemic?

Time: Oct 15, 2020 07:30 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84290055046

Meeting ID: 842 9005 504

8 Oct 2020, noon