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Parish Groups

St Peter's is home to a number of groups that meet regularly, some that meet on an ad hoc basis, and some groups that merely maintain an association with other groups in the wider Anglican community. The list below provides links to further information.

Study Groups
Study groups are formed from time to time, particularly during Lent, and generally run only for a few weeks. Such groups are advertised on the Events Page at the time.
St Peter's Playgroup
The playgroup offers free play and structured activities such as music, craft and drama for children aged 0–5. This is a not-for-profit community group which meets in St Peter's Hall from 9.30–10.30 am every Wednesday during school terms. Click for further information...
Cell of Our Lady of Walsingham
This group is associated with the Society of the Holy House of Our Lady of Walsingham in Norfolk, England. The Cell holds a monthly Mass, and lunches and other activities are organized from time to time. Click for further information...
60plus Group
St Peter's 60plus has been an important part of the life and mission of St Peter's, Eastern Hill, for many years. Its organizational presence recognizes the special need of those entering retirement and a new life style. It also recognizes an invaluable and honorary contribution to the work of the parish. As we pass through the 60 plus years, we experience many changes, and it is good to have friends who are travelling the same road with a shared Faith. We have an active committee, all of whom are delighted to exchange ideas and adventures. Click for the further information...
Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament
The Confraternity exists for the advancement of the catholic faith in the Anglican tradition, and the local cell meets regularly at St Peter's. Click for further information...
Guild of All Souls
The Guild of All Souls focusses on intercessory prayer for the dying and prayer for the souls of the faithful departed.
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