Welcome to  St Peter's Wellesbourne

Church of St Peter, Wellesbourne

We are very aware that a recent article Titled ‘I am a racist’ in the Wellesbourne and Walton News caused considerable distress, anger and comment. We acknowledge your letters and thank you for the time and thought that went into them. We humbly apologise for any offence that has been caused by this article. This article was written by the Editor and does not necessarily express the view as of St Peters Church.


      Vicar St Peters Wellesbourne and St James Walton D’Eivile


Coronavirus Update: As of 17th March 2020 Public worship was suspended; for further information see Coronavirus Update. Now the Church building is beginning to open up again and some events are starting; for further information see the newsletters: Weekly Pewsheets & Newsletters 

Services, Sermons & Talks from St Peter's Wellesbourne:
                Sunday 9th August: https://youtu.be/KL2z-y9rI4w
                Sunday 2nd August: https://youtu.be/MDS2O2rK07A
                Sunday 26th July: https://youtu.be/oDF0A0zqGFs
                Sunday 19th July: https://youtu.be/eOrbRYCNbgM
                Sunday 12th July: https://youtu.be/ohB47wUOIa8
                Sunday 5th July: https://youtu.be/BEAPYBJI7uo

Earlier sermons & talks from St Peter's Wellesbourne: Sermons on YouTube

St Peters Words of Life
- LIGHT- new Saturday 4pm informal & interactive service with a kids' activity.
Just follow the Zoom link to join: 
Please feel free to pass on the link and invite others.
Words of Life - new Saturday all-age service from 4 to about 4:45pm

Children and Young People’s Ministry: YouTube channel: SPCW YouTube Channel

A Message from Bishop Christopher

Bishop Christopher has recorded a video message for the ‘Whole Diocese’:


St Peter's Wellesbourne: 

inspired by Jesus to forgive, encourage and serve.

Welcome to the website of St Peter's Wellesbourne. Ours is a busy church at the centre of our growing village with differing styles of worship from the Book of Common Prayer to Cafe Church. There really is something for everyone, Little Angels takes place on Monday's and is aimed at preschool children whilst there are mid-week groups for older children,  plus Messy Church, Home Groups for adults and lot's of activities for Older People too. 

For us, St Peter's is family, there is always a lot of laughter, but we're a family with Jesus Christ right at the centre of family life. 

Do check us out! 

Rev Greg Bartlem

Wellesbourne CE Primary and Nursery School: wellesbourneceprimary.co.uk/ 

Latest News: Latest News


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Vision for St Peter's

 To be a distinctive Christian community in our village, embracing the diversity of its people. We gather to worship; we grow in faith; we go out together in love to share our faith: we work with others to change the world.

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