St Peter's - Notting Hill

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Sunday Services throughout the year.

9.00am: 9 O'clock service (first Sunday of the month)

10.30am: Holy Communion / Morning worship weekly - with term-time Sunday schools

6.00pm: Sunday Evening Service weekly

Service on Thursday

12 Noon: Communion Service

Prayers on Wednesday

7.30pm: Weekly Prayers at the Church - Contact the Parish Office for more information.

St Peter's is a Church-of-England Parish. Services are relaxed and informal, with a contemporary feel. Read on for more details on the individual services at St Peter's.

Prayers, readings, and from time to time sermons, are led by members of our congregation. There is always the opportunity to receive prayer with the ministry team at the end of the service.

Worship is led by a combination of organ, worship band and gospel choir. Our music incorporates a broad range of styles from traditional hymns and Taize chant (meditative singing) to gospel and modern worship songs.

Please scroll below to see details of our weekly services and other service information


Weekly at 10.30am - Morning Worship:
Second and fourth Sundays of the month are services of Holy Communion. We have occasional all-age services.

Youth & Sunday School
Our children usually go out of the service to special classes for each age group and there is a permanent crèche for the very young. Read more about our 5 Sunday School groups here.

Weekly at 6pm -  Informal Sunday Evening Service

This is a relaxed informal service held at St Peter's contact  Adrian for more information.

Monthly at 9am Meditative Service: on the first Sunday of the month only
A contemplative and meditative service of the Word lasting about 40 minutes.

Download the Sermon series here


Weekly Holy Communion at 12 noon A quiet and peaceful communion service.

Annual Special services: 
We observe Ash Wednesday to mark the beginning of Lent, we celebrate Mothering Sunday with flowers, Easter with neighbouring churches, St Peter's Day with a picnic, Harvest Festival with food, and Christmas with carols, a Nativity play and Christingle.

Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals:
The Ministry Team, or the office staff are able to help with any enquiries about baptisms, weddings or funerals.

In addition to the information on Wedding Rites in the 'useful documents' section, you may find the following website helpful: Wedding Q&A 

St Peter's is also available for receptions and makes a wonderful venue for celebrating your wedding day or for gathering after a special service. Please visit the 'Hiring Space' section to find out more about our facilities.

We are currently developing a 'Getting Married at St Peter's' website page (see opposite) so please watch out for new information that you may find useful if you are considering having your wedding at our beautiful church.

The Church of England has some useful reources including this one on Baptisms and this one on Funeral arrangements.