“At St Peter’s we aim to be a place where God’s love works for all”
Explore our site and find information about the church and it’s history
and an insight into the worship and activities which take place here.
You can now donate to our church funds by scanning the QR code opposite with your smartphone camera app.
Regular Weekly Services:
8:00 am – HOLY EUCHARIST.
10:00 am – PARISH EUCHARIST.
The Church’s family worship at which children are welcome.
SUNDAY SCHOOL : postponed until further notice
10:00 am – HOLY EUCHARIST. Saints & Holy days as announced.
9:00 am. Morning Prayer in the All Souls’ Chapel
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT SOCIAL DISTANCING AND OTHER COVID -19 SAFETY MEASURES ARE IN PLACE AT ALL THESE SERVICES
24/01/21: Vicar’s Retirement date announced.
The Bishop issued a formal notice, that our Vicar,
Rev Peter H Smith,
will retire on Sunday April 11th 2021
after celebrating the 10:00am Eucharist.
Peter & Lorraine have been with us for six years
and will continue living in Chorley.
Lockdown: Church services update.
05/01/21 – Thankfully we are still able to have all our usual services,
you are most welcome to join with us;
but please maintain all Covid-safe rules:
Social Distancing, gel hands in and out of church, wear face coverings,
no mixing with other households.
Click here for Diocesan Guidelines
05/01/21 New government Lockdown restrictions on Occasional Offices:
Number of people allowed to attend are:
Weddings = 6*
*does not include the minister or other church workers. (i.e. Organist, Verger)
Baptisms = 40 max here at St Peter’s, due to size of church
Funerals = 30** (15 at Burial of Cremated remains)
** does not include the minister or other church workers. (i.e. Organist, Verger)
Follow this link to access the Church of England’s full guidance.
If you have a Safeguarding concern
please contact one of the designated Safeguarding Officers
whose details can be found in the Safeguarding Who’s Who below:
Safeguarding Who's Who
St Peter’s Church roof is alarmed
Through the ‘Hands Off Our Church Roofs’ campaign, we’re determined to do all we can to reduce metal theft.
Officially a Child Friendly Church
St Peter’s Church has been certified as a Child Friendly Church by the Diocese of Blackburn.