St. Peters Church Addingham

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St Peter’s is an ancient and living church serving the village of Addingham.   Christians have worshipped on this site for over 1100 years. The building, set amid an open field, has a nave roof, arcade and chancel dating from the 15th century with a gallery of 1756. It is a place of prayer, peace and beauty where you will find a warm welcome.
The people of St. Peter’s have these aims:

  • To love God more deeply in our worship and through our friendship and support for all.
  • To learn more about God and to share the message of love, forgiveness and justice which he offers to all through his Son Jesus Christ.
  • To live our lives more fully in faith and in service.

 Please take a tour of the site.  We hope you enjoy learning about our Church, and that you will come along and visit us.   

Special services or events on the horizon;

  •  Sunday November 4th – All Souls Service at 4.00pm.  A moving and sensitive service to remember loved ones.  Names of those who will be remembered by name can be put on a list at the back of  the church and you will be invited to  light a candle during the service in their memory.  The service is followed by a tea in the Church Hall.
  • Remembrance Sunday 11th November at 10.45am.  Traditional church service followed by the laying of wreaths at Addingham Memorial at 12.00 noon.

Our monthly magazine “Source” is also published online – read it here

For current weekly / monthly schedules and news don’t forget to  have a look at “Church Diary“; “News” ; and  “Newsflash” .  (It’s worth following newsflash for the latest on discussion groups!).

Please look in ‘Contacts’ for more details of who to get in touch with.

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