Welcome to St Peter's Church, Galley Common

Memorial/Light A Candle Service

Our ministers will be reading and praying this service at 4pm on Sunday 15th November at home (as our churches still have to remain closed at the moment for main services.) But please know we will be especially praying for you at this time.

In the next couple of weeks we will be creating a display of names and messages that we will then email out and upload a photo to our facebook pages and websites. If you would like anything to be added do let us know. With our thoughts and prayers as we take time to remember….

In accordance with Government restrictions there are now no led or gathered services in our church buildings for the foreseeable future other than in exempted cases such as funerals. An alternative to in building services is “Daily Hope” which is a free phone line of hymns, reflections and prayers launched by the Church of England. It has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind. So, if you know someone in this situation, please phone them and tell them about free-phone 0800 804 8044, and why not try it for yourselves. They are planning resources for the seasonal and special Sundays that are coming up in the next few months such as Remembrance and Christmas.

For more information regarding the guidance given by the Church of England regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19) please go to https://www.churchofengland.org/

A PRAYER FOR ALL THOSE AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.

Welcome to the St Peter’s Church, Galley Common, website.

St Peter’s Church, Galley Common, is a beautiful and unique church created in the British ‘Arts & Crafts’ style of the mid 19th Century.

Built in 1909 by the Hickman family for the mining community, it has been the centre of village life in Galley Common for over one hundred years.

In 2005 it was saved from demolition by its congregation, the people of Galley Common and their friends, nationally and internationally.

2009 was its centenary year and it continues to be a centre for faith and community to this day.

St Peter’s Church, Galley Common, Nuneaton CV10 9NG

Email: stpetersgc@aol.com