St Peter, Widmerpool

Welcome to St Peter, Widmerpool

Part of a benefice of three churches, (together with St Mary and All Saints, Willoughby and Holy Trinity, Wysall), St Peter Widmerpool is a small, friendly, inclusive village church.

Folk are always welcome, wherever they are in their faith journey. Stephen (the rector)'s approach is to open up the treasures of the church for us to engage with, finding a home as we explore faith together.

Our services are on Sunday mornings at 11am on the second and fourth Sundays of the month.

Both of our services are family friendly.   The first of these is Holy Communion, where the service follows the pattern of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer but in modern language, and the second is the modern service of Morning Prayer.

On the other two Sundays of the month, folk are always welcome to attend our sister churches at Willoughby and Wysall!

We also have an online Evening Prayer at 5:30pm on most Sundays. Email Stephen for more details.

Please see the "Services and Events" page for more details.

About the church

A small, friendly, inclusive village church. All are welcome!

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Get in touch

Rev'd Canon Stephen Hippisley-Cox

What's on

Private prayer

Every Monday, Wednesday, Saturday at for 6 hours, 30 mins
St Peter, Widmerpool
Old Hall Drive Widmerpool Nottingham, NG12 5PZ, United Kingdom

The church is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays up until about 4pm, and, of course, on the Sunday morning on which we have services.
If you are local, and would like to join the rota for opening and closing the church, please be in touch!

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Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care is an integral part of our church life. If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact:

In the Parish: Helen Eglitis, Parish Safeguarding Officer, 01509 889268; 07717 045450

In the Diocese: The Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor, Julian Hodgson, [email protected], 01636 817200

If you have an immediate or emergency safeguarding concern for a child or vulnerable adult, contact the Police on 999 or the statutory agency for Nottinghamshire: MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub) 0300 500 8080.