WELCOME to ST PETER’S CHURCH, CASSINGTON

Do join us for our 9.30 am service in church, or our 10.30 am online service this Sunday. There is no longer a need to book to attend services in church, but we ask that you please continue to wear a mask.


This Sunday: 5th December

Morning Worship at St Peter’s at 9.30 am
Benefice Online Service at 10.30 am

Next Sunday: 12th December

Holy Communion (BCP) at St Peter’s at 9.30 am
Benefice Online Service at 10.30 am


Benefice On-line Service

Children’s Church



If you are used to giving to the work of the church using the offering plate please find an alternative way to give using the donate button below. Select ‘St.Peter’s’ from the drop down list.


THE LIFE OF JESUS ACCORDING TO JOHN

Millions of people have been transformed by hearing the story of God’s love for us and this world writ large in the life of Jesus of Nazareth. Over Holy week a number  from our congregations recorded passages from John’s account of his life and those recordings have been ‘stitched together’ and are presented here. Why not listen to the great story of Jesus read to you, perhaps even in one sitting. (It is the length of a longish film.) You can open or download the file below to listen. Or visit here to listen to one chapter at a time.


KEEPING IN TOUCH AND PRAYING

As we continue through an unprecedented time it is important to stay in touch with what is happening with church family members, where support is needed and how to maintain our spiritual health. If you are not already signed up to our regular email list please do below. It is very easy to unsubscribe at any point in the future. There is also a regular email to encourage us in our prayer life as a benefice which can be received in a similar fashion below. If you are aware of those who might appreciate this but do not have internet services do let the church office know and we can send a printed version.


SAFEGUARDING

St Peter’s Church, with St.Leonard’s Church takes the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. There is a safeguarding co-ordinator who works with the leadership team overseeing all activities, procedures and policies, as well as ensuring there is training support for all who work as volunteers in our various groups. Visit the Safeguarding page for more information and policies.

Who to contact in an emergency

If a child or adult is in immediate danger or requires immediate medical attention, call the emergency services on 999. If there are concerns about their immediate welfare, don’t delay: call Children and Adult’s Social care on 0345 050 7666 or the MASH Out of Hours Emergency Duty Team: 0800 833408. Also please immediately inform our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Sue Greenwood.

For other safeguarding concerns please inform Sue Greenwood. If you are unsure or worried about how serious a situation is, contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser Richard Woodley at richard.woodley@oxford.anglican.org or on 07391 868478, or contact one of the Oxford Diocese Safeguarding Team on 01865 208295.