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Updated 12th October:

On Saturday 31 October 2020 we have 2 events happening which we hope you will join us for:

  1. This event is for all ages! We hope you will join us in lighting up Liverpool with a message of hope and love at this challenging time by being part of our pumpkin trail. What do you need to do?

    • In John 8:12 Jesus said, I am the light of the world. At this time, which often promotes darkness, mischief and being scared we are asking you to carve your pumpkin with a theme that demonstrates that God is pure light with not a trace of darkness and so let our pumpkins shine out messages of love, joy and happiness.  Once completed pop a battery operated tea light in it and either place it in the window or outside of your home where it is clearly visible to passers-by on Saturday 31 October 2020 from 4pm onwards. You could also post a picture of it to St Peters Facebook or Instagram page with the above scripture or another bible verse that you have based your design on.

    • If you are intending to carve a pumpkin then please let us know via [email protected] together with your address and postcode by no later than Saturday 25 October 2020 so we can include you in our pumpkin trail map for others to find your happy pumpkin as they head out on their pumpkin walk. The link to the map will then be provided via our website.

  1. We are also holding an online pumpkin themed party for children age 3-6 at 6-6.45 pm and children age 7-11 at 7-7.45 pm using Zoom. Booking is required for the party.   This is a Christian alternative to Halloween so please, no Halloween costumes.  If your child would like to dress up then please come as a superhero or wearing orange or bright coloured clothing.

We hope to see you there!

If you would like to take part in either of the above events please complete the booking and registration form HERE and return it to us to [email protected] A booking confirmation will then be provided to you which will include further information on how to join and take part in the events. We will be providing a light party bag which will need to be collected from the church hall courtyard on Friday 30 October which will have everything you need to be part of the light party. If you would prefer to gather your own equipment we will put items onto the website which can be downloaded and printed off and anything else you will need for the party games.

Updated 26th July:

Wake Up, Shake Up! with Curly Karen …


Updated 16th July:

As we are heading into the summer period, our weekly resources to compliment the service will stop for now, but below are some ideas for you to worship together as a family at home and some summer activities that we have planned.

We are working hard to find a safe way to open our church and church buildings for all ages. Our childrens’ and youth groups will not restart in September, but please keep checking our website in the “latest news” section for more information on where we are up to and how we hope to progress this safely. Please pray for wisdom for us as a team.

With love and blessings


Resources to talk to your child/young person about racism, justice and equality

Parent guide to injustice

Home Church: What is Justice?

Parent guide to anti-racism

Family guide to anti-racism

Home Church: Doodle devotion – Equality


Additional Resources

Home Church: Going back to school

Home Church: I can pray ….. the weather

Home Church: Doodle devotion – Caring for the Environment

Home Church: Using your house as a prayer guide

Home Church: Using shapes as a prayer guide

Home Resource: Time capsule idea to do with your child

Home Resource: Helping children to say goodbye

Home Church: Guide to help your child understand how God speaks to them

Home Church: Rainbow praying

Devotion Doodle Journal

Family Movie Night Discussion Guides: Example Guide – Film: Wonder

Family Movie Night Discussion Guides: Film Choices