Welcome to the website of St Peter’s Church. We are a lively Anglican Church located in Woolton Village, South Liverpool.

St Peter's weekly service:
We hope you'll enjoy our recorded weekly services by following this link here
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Church is reopening for services! Good Friday @ 10.30 am (a reflective service around the Cross) Easter Day @ 6.00 am (Sunrise service in the churchyard) @ 10.30 am (Easter communion service) There is no need to book a place for the services, although we recommend you come in good time. Please wear a mask, and follow the guidelines for social distancing, hand sanitising etc. We hope that we will be able to hold a 10.30 am service in church each Sunday from then on. The online service will continue for the time being.

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Children and Youth

From playgroups to youth nights, pumpkin parties to yearly resi’s we have loads of activities and groups for all ages – look through the groups to find one for you……….


Prayer, being able to talk with God, is one of the great privileges of the Christian life.  In this section you will find some resources to help with praying, from the St. Peter’s Prayer Journal “Talking with God”, to details of our monthly prayer meetings, along with deanery and diocesan prayer initiatives.

The Bible

It is in reading the Bible that we learn more of God, his love for the world, and how he desires us to live.  In this section you will find details of Bible reading courses and new Bible reading groups, along with resources to help people of all ages engage with the word of God.    

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