Welcome to St Peter’sLords Mead, Chippenham
Journeying together to share our Christian Faith and the love of God with all.
Who We Are
A warm welcome to St Peter’s, a civic award-winning Anglican church serving the south-west of Chippenham with a worship area that is light and open to ensure a versatile space. About a third of the town’s inhabitants now live in the parish’s 5,000 homes and we serve a diverse community. You can find us at the junction of Lords Mead and Frogwell (off Hungerdown Lane)
Our aim is to respond positively to local needs, both spiritually and in the provision of facilities used by a wide variety of voluntary and community groups – Lordsmead playgroup, Tom Metcalfe Centre, uniformed groups, Foodbox, Chippenham Male Voice Choir, Chippenham Light Operatic Group and the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, to name but a few. We would be delighted for you to join us, in our worship and other activities, as we ‘Journey together to share our Christian faith and the love of God with all’.
We are happy to try new things as well as supporting more time-honoured themes. There could be a form of worship here to ‘taste and see’ and to meet your needs. (Link to Services)
The parish of St. Peter, Chippenham is committed to the safeguarding of children (see our safeguarding policies here), young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs. We hold the Bristol Diocese ‘Safe and Sound’ Bronze award. This scheme recognises and celebrates churches that are welcoming and safe places for all members of our communities.
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St Peters Church, Lords Mead, Chippenham SN14 0LL
For information regarding: Baptism, wedding, funerals and any other pastoral enquiries please get in touch.
Revd. Simon Dunn: 07359 144207
Vivienne Fuller – 01249 462450
For FoodBox matters please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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