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Notice Sheet

Notice Sheet

Please note that there will be NO notice sheet on Sundays 6 and 27 August. For any notices that need circulating during these periods please contact Helen Dean.

Eden Coffee Shop

Eden Coffee Shop

During the Summer the Coffee Shop will not be serving food but there will be filter coffee, tea and biscuits and a warm welcome from 9am-2pm Monday -Friday.

Coffee Shop will be fully closed for the following weeks over the summer:

  • Week beginning 24th July
  • Week beginning 21st August

The Eden Coffee Shop will re-open fully Monday 4th September 2017.

Summer Sundays

Summer Sundays

During the summer we have a change to our usual Sunday programme for ‘Six Summer Sundays’: this week it’s normal times – 9am and 10.45am (Film Night at 6.30pm in the evening) and then it’s as follows:

23 July

ONE 10am SERVICE: Nehemiah Ch 12 – Priests and Levites – Amy

Sunday Gathering: Prayer and Prophecy Walk 6.30pm

30 July

ONE 10am SERVICE: Nehemiah Ch 13 – Final Reforms – Steve

Sunday Gathering: Unplugged Worship 6.30pm

6 August


ONE 10am SERVICE: Encounters With Jesus in John’s Gospel: 1 – Nicodemus, John 3 – Mark

Sunday Gathering: 5PM Family Picnic

13 August

ONE 10am SERVICE: Encounters With Jesus 2 – Lazarus, John 11 – John Drew

Sunday Gathering: Summer Reflections 6.30pm

20 August

ONE 10am SERVICE: Encounters With Jesus 3 – Samaritan Woman, John 4 – tbc

Sunday Gathering: Smorgasbord – Theme of Jewel Garden – poems, films, art, creativity…6.30pm

27 August

ONE 10am SERVICE: Encounters With Jesus 4 – Washes Disciples’ Feet – Mark

Sunday Gathering: Testimonies 6.30pm

Nourish: Women’s Conference

Nourish: Women's Conference

Saturday 4th November will see SPBC host our very own Women’s Conference. Save the date in your diaries, 10am – 4.30pm and let’s spend the day worshipping, learning and eating cake together! More info to follow!

Is Fair Trade under threat?

Is Fair Trade under threat?

There have been a number of press articles in recent weeks reporting that Sainsbury’s are planning to drop the Fair Trade mark and replace it with their own “fairly traded” scheme starting with a pilot of their own brand tea. Tesco have also indicated that they intend to move some products from Fairtrade to “The Rainforest Alliance” certification. This has the potential to undermine the Fairtrade Foundation and threaten its future, particularly if other supermarkets also decide to develop their own in-house schemes. The Fairtrade mark has become well respected and recognised for offering suppliers a fair price, enhancing their independence and ability to plan for the future for themselves and their families. You can read a statement from Fairtrade here:  

http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/Media-Centre/News/May-2017/Statement- on-Fairtrade-withdrawal-from-Sainsbury-partnership

There is a petition supported by Oxfam, Christian Aid and Traidcraft asking Sainsbury’s not to give up their link with the Fairtrade Foundation. If you feel strongly about the poorest farmers and producers in our world getting the fairest deal you might wish to sign that petition here: 

https://www.change.org/p/sainsbury-s-don-t-ditch- fairtrade

Many of us regularly buy fairtrade products and there was a very positive response to the church information stand during Fairtrade Fortnight. Let’s keep up to date with developments and continue to support the valuable contribution that Fairtrade Foundation makes.

Social Action Team

Creative Contributions!

Creative Contributions!

Are you a poet, playwright, song-writer, artist or film-maker? We are looking for short creative contributions (max 5 minutes in length) for our ‘Smorgasbord’ Summer Sunday evening service on August 20th at 6.30pm. There is a theme of ‘Jewel Garden’ but this can be interpreted as literally or loosely as you wish. If you’d like to take part please see Amy Wearing by 1st August as spaces are limited and the service will be crafted according to the creative contributions received.

10 years of St Peter’s Baptist Church

10 years of St Peter's Baptist Church

As we celebrate the 10th Anniversary of St Peter’s Baptist Church in Worcester, let’s take a look back through the years…. Read more

Mark’s outline on Guidance Framework

Mark’s slides from his sermon in the morning service on Sunday 10th January: Read more

Christmas 2016 video

Did you miss your Christmas Day service. Catch up with the Christmas story, as told by the children of St Peter’s Baptist Church, here:

Messy Church

Messy Church

Messy Church happens every month and is great fun for families with children under 11 years.

There are messy crafts, stories and songs. We paint, glue, ice, decorate, build, dance, sing and eat together!

Each session begins at 10am with crafts and then at about 11:30am we come together for a story and singing (sometimes our puppets join in with the fun!). We finish with a tasty lunch, eating sandwiches and cakes together.

Everyone is welcome at Messy Church! There is no charge but donations are always welcomed!

The dates for Messy Church this year are:

4th June Moses and the ten plagues
2nd July The Ten Commandments
6th August Joshua and the battle of Jericho
3rd September David
1st October Queen Esther
5th November Light
3rd December The Christmas Story

Like us on Facebook ‘Messy Church St Peter’s Baptist Church‘ and keep up to date with Messy Church!

Email Amy for more information or just pop along to the next Messy Church!

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St Peter’s Baptist Church
Address: Eden Close, Worcester, WR5 3TZ
Telephone: 01905 767090
E-mail: info@stpetersbaptist.org.uk


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