Welcome to the website for our two churches in the heart of Kettering: St Peter & St Paul, and St Michael & All Angels.
We are delighted that Sunday services have been able to resume in both St Peter & St Paul and St Michael’s. You will, however, need to book a place at these services (see our newsletter for details) or by emailing Carol Walters at: email@example.com
WE WILL ALSO CONTINUE TO LIVESTREAM OUR SUNDAY SERVICE FROM ST PETER & ST PAUL ON BOTH ZOOM AND FACEBOOK.
WE WILL ALSO BE OPEN FOR INDIVIDUAL PRAYER EACH WEDNESDAY FROM 11am – 2pm. Please observe appropriate social distancing and use the hand sanitiser provided.
Ascension Day Service – Thursday 13 May, 7.30 pm
As in recent years we invite members of Christian churches in and around Kettering to join us for worship on the first day of the ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ season.
Join us online via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/848762008
Or join us in person inside P & P. The service inside the church will be a little longer and include a eucharist.
The past few months have inevitably affected our finances. Can you help by making an additional donation? You can do so online by following this link.
The care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults is important to us. Click HERE to see our current safeguarding policy.
Our Parish Safeguarding team can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
or via our administrator, Carol Walters, on 07956 026829.
The Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor can be contacted on:
Annual Report 2019
We are delighted to circulate our Annual Report for 2019, though it comes much later than we had hoped. Normally this would have been presented to the parish’s Annual Meeting (APCM) in April or May 2020. For obvious reasons, that meeting never happened last year and the current crisis led to a very long delay before our accountants felt able to scrutinise it. But this year we have put a lot of work into how we present the Report. Do take a look at it by visiting the link below.
Although 2019 now seems like a long way away, it’s a good reminder of so much that was happening in our parish before our lives were all changed.
We very much hope that this will set a benchmark for the coming years and that from now on the production of our Annual Report will be a key way in which we tell our story to each other and to the wider world.
We believe in a God who journeys ahead of us as we follow. We are grateful for the ways in which we were led forward in 2019. May we continue to follow.
David Walsh – Rector
Message from the Rector, David:
On Sunday, 13 December, we were able to announce the great news that from the summer we will be joined in this parish (and at All Saints) by a new curate, Clare Glover, who is currently training for ordained ministry at Cuddesdon. This means that, unusually, we are expecting to have two curates for a while. Clare will be ordained in Peterborough Cathedral on Sunday 27 June. This is such good news and we will be remembering Clare in prayer throughout the coming months. You can see my video announcement, including an interview with Clare by visiting this YouTube link: https://youtu.be/1jJteDq7Fmo