St. Peter’s is a vibrant Anglican church in the heart of Harrow
Throughout the week Christians are scattered across the city following Jesus in our workplaces, neighbourhoods and homes.
On Sundays, we gather together throughout the day to encounter God and pursue his presence in worship, to listen to what he is saying to us about our lives and to pray for one another in response before he sends us back out to change the world. Here’s how the day runs:
This is a relaxed, informal service of contemporary worship for all the family. It includes family songs, relevant and practical bible talks and leaves plenty of space for prayer ministry afterwards. On the first week of the month we share the Lord’s Supper together.
Our Kids team offers a safe environment and a fun-filled, action packed programme for every age group with a focus on younger children. A member of our Kids Team will help you find the right environment for your child.
There is plenty of time following the service to catch up with friends and meet new people over a complimentary coffee or tea at Holy Ground, our in house cafe.
This is an informal service that fuses contemporary and classic worship. It includes hymns and songs, relevant and practical bible talks and an opportunity to respond. On the first week of the month we share the Lord’s Supper together.
Our Kids team offers a safe environment and a fun-filled, action packed programme for every age group with a focus on older children. A member of our Kids Team will help you find the right environment for your child.
There is time before the service from 11am to catch up with friends from the 9.30am service and meet new people over a complimentary coffee or tea at Holy Ground, our in house cafe.
Our evening service is also called ‘The Gathering’.This is a free flowing and creative service for young people and young adults with an extended time of contemporary worship. It includes relevant and practical bible talks and plenty of time for prayer ministry afterwards. On the first week of the month we share the Lord’s Supper together.
We want to be a church large enough to change thousands of lives, create culture and transform society right across Harrow and North West London.
To grow one thousand disciple makers, culture shapers and society transformers over the next five years.
Values — It’s all about Jesus
Christianity is not about rules or ritual. It’s not even about doctrines and beliefs. It’s all about Jesus. At St. Peter’s we believe that Jesus is the hero of every story and the answer to every question. A relationship with Jesus matters more than anything else.
Values — All you need is love
A disciple is a follower of Jesus. To follow Jesus all you need is love. Jesus teaches us to love God, our neighbours, ourselves, and one another with everything we have. We want to be known for our love, a place where disciples make disciples who make disciples.
Values — Share what you love
At St. Peter’s we believe everyone loves to talk about the things they love. We love talking about Jesus because we love Jesus. We want to introduce everyone we meet to Jesus and try to do that creatively in everything we do.
Values — Wild goose chase
The ancient celts spoke of the Holy Spirit as the wild goose, not the tame dove. At St. Peter’s we’re on a wild goose chase, pursuing the presence of God. We try to make space for the Spirit whenever we gather, intentionally cultivating an environment of encounter and breakthrough.
Values — Everyone gets to play
God has called every one of us to play our part in the renewal of all things. At St. Peter’s we want everyone to find their purpose and fulfill their potential. We seek to nurture talent and invest in and release leaders both in the church and across the city.
Values — Humanity come to life
At St. Peter’s we believe that the glory of God is a human being fully alive. We are learning to live life together in community, expressing ourselves in an emotionally healthy way and growing together in body, soul and spirit.
Values — The world we all want
Jesus challenges the church to confront injustice and poverty and care for those in need. He calls this the Kingdom of God. At St. Peter’s we want to be a sign of this Kingdom, growing into a large church that influences culture and transforms society.
Gwil leads our Worship team as they seek to create a culture of worship and encounter here at St. Peters and he also manages our social media. He is married to Beth, supports Man Utd, listens to alternative music and claims to make a cracking cup of coffee.