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Parish Eucharist

23rd January 2022 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

A Sunday celebration of Christ’s presence in our community, with Noisy Church or crafts for children.


Worship from Home

Home Worship

Download the worship booklet if you cannot attend church in person.

Services are also streamed on the St Peter’s You Tube channel.



From Fr Simon Cuff

Sermon 23rd January 2022 Fr Simon Cuff




From Amanda Bart-Plange

Everlasting God, we thank you for welcoming us in love, hear us as we pray for the good of the church, the world and for all in need.

Faithful God, as our Gospel shows us the preaching Christ, we pray for all who preach your word week by week in the Diocese of Hackney, our church here St Peters and in the worldwide church. Inspire them in their ministry as the lead and grow us as disciples and as they reach out to those in need in our communities.

We pray for the success of the newly appointed Archdeacon of Hackney, Peter Farley-Moore who starts the role in April.

Lord, in your mercy: hear our prayer.

Creator, God of every land and nation you spoke your word and revealed your good news in Jesus Christ. We pray for our troubled world its peoples and their leaders. We pray for those caught up in war and violence, especially the innocent victims of evil and destructive act of terrorism.  May peace be found and good sense flourish that we may see injustice and wrong vanquished.

Lord, in your mercy: hear our prayer.

Holy God, although we are sometimes separated by language and culture from the people we live amongst, we long to see your will done here on earth as it is in heaven. We pray for our neighbours, not only with words, but day by day, moment by moment, in the things we do and the way we do them.

Lord, in your mercy: hear our prayer.

Abundant God, be with those of us that desire and need your restoration and healing. As we remember the way your son Jesus Christ cast out demons, we remember today all those who live in the depths of depression and mental illness especially when it comes from the fear of the ongoing Pandemic.  Today, we ask for your blessing and healing touch upon them.

Lord, in your mercy: hear our prayer.

Merciful God, your love reaches beyond the grave. At the end of our days on earth be with us and with those we love. May those who have gone before us rest in your eternal peace.                                                                                                                             Almighty God, we pray for the families and friends of those who have recently died.


We pray especially for Myra Scully, Liz Kohler and Ian Wright and those whose anniversary falls at this time of the year, remembering Pearl Lewis, Edward Norman, James Moore,  Alfred Beard, Janet Strachey and Christopher Ogiemudia.                                                                                                 


Rest eternal grant unto them O LORD, and may thy light perpetual shine upon them.


Faithful God, we pray for ourselves; as we go from your house today to start the week ahead, we ask that in all we do, we may we walk more closely with you at our side safe in the knowledge that your fatherly love and care knows no bounds.

Merciful father: accept these prayers for the sake of your Son, our Saviour, Jesus Christ. 
















23rd January 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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