Welcome to the website for the united benefice of Ashburnham with Penhurst. Here you will find information about our churches, and the events and activities which are part of our church and village life. Our desire is to know, love and to follow Jesus Christ in our homes, our church family and in the communities where we live and work.

 

 St Peter's Church, Ashburnham

Our aim is to be a church that is accessible to everyone, wherever they are coming from, and to be a place where people can experience healing and restoration. We want to provide the opportunity for all to grow in faith and commitment to Jesus Christ whatever their age.

We have one service each Sunday at 10.30 am.

 

Our services are informal yet orderly, often following the liturgy of Common Worship. We seek to be led by the Holy Spirit. All members are given the opportunity to share what God is doing in their lives if they wish.

 

Families with children are very welcome, and we have activities for younger people each Sunday, except when there is an All Age service on the first Sunday of the month. there are two house groups which meet on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Thursday of the month at 8.00pm.

 

     Revd Peter Walker

Preist-in-Charge for the benefice  of Ashburnham with Penhurst

Contact details

p.walker977@btinternet.com

01424 892941

 

Our Parish Profile tab gives more information about life at St. Peter's

Ashburnham Chapel

At St. Peter's we often join with friends at Ashburnham Chapel for shared services and events. To contact them and find out lots more about The Chapel see their website here

Village Website

Find out more about activities, groups and events in Ashburnham and Penhurst on the village website here

St. Peter's PCC secretary

Rachel Bickersteth

rachel@bickersteth.net

What's on, what's new?

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Ash Wednesday

Wednesday 6th March

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Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent.  Peter will be holding a very simple Ash Wednesday service in Ashburnham Church at 10.30am to which you are very warmly invited.  The service will incorporate Holy Communion, and for those who wish, there is a chance to be marked on your forehead with ashes – an ancient sign of sorrow for sin.  It can be very moving and encouraging to acknowledge our weakness in this way, and to receive the signs of God’s forgiveness and salvation through the bread and wine.

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St Peter's Ashburnham Churchwardens

  Jennifer Oldroyd

jennifer.oldroyd@btinternet.com

tel: 01323 832748

 

  Nick Thompson

npt4@btinternet.com

01424 217795

 

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