Facilities and features
We do not have a car park.
Please be aware that we are located at the entrance to a farm and large farm vehicles and milk lorries use the entrance please park with consideration.
St Peters is a Church in the countryside where unmade paths feature.
There is a steep cobbled ramp into the Church Grounds. Wheelchair users will likely need an assistant for a push. Within the Church grounds there is a pathway to the entrance. Just inside the entrance doorway there is a gentle ramp to enter the Church, taller people need to mind the stone doorway as it is within the taller persons headspace.
An induction loop is in use at the Church, should you have difficulty using it please advise the person doing sound for the service.
For more information please see https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/9877/page/66686/view/
We have joined the EcoChurch program, and are starting the journey towards becoming more Eco aware as a Church.
Music and Worship
A traditional pipe Organ is used or alternatively pre-recorded music via the sound system.
Groups, Courses and Activities
Help for Visitors
Normally the Church is open 24 by 7 for personal prayer and reflection or simply just to visit.
If you are making a special journey please enquire as it may require an appointment should the interior be being prepared for a wedding or similar event.
28/6/2022 Unfortunately it has recently become necessary to lock the doors overnight
The church dates back to the time of the doomsday book, at least in written form.
We now (May 2022) have a water supply, enabling recent construction of a toilet and also a small kitchenette.
The Church is associated with "The Community Cupboard" based in West Kingsdown.
There is a collection point in the Church Porch for food items.
For more information see https://www.facebook.com/thecommunitycupboard19/
The Church has a basic sound system which includes a hearing loop.