Sunday Services

Our Sunday Services begin with a Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion. It is a peaceful and meditative service and is always a great way to start the day.

This Holy Communion service (with a choir) embraces tradition and innovation.  Prayer ministry is available each Sunday morning in the Foley Chapel. 

We are a really friendly church that enjoys getting together after the service for tea, coffee, cakes and conversation.

MESSY CHURCH Children’s Service – 3rd Sundays.
A child-centred service (Check out the Diary on the Homepage for dates), but it is usually the third Sunday in the month. fun, arty crafty activities, singing and stories. Great for all the family.

1st Sunday: Contemporary service with Holy Communion.
3rd Sunday: Contemporary service
Church on the Edge is designed to be as inclusive as possible, with contemporary worship, guest speakers and a chilled atmosphere. It is a chance for people to come together from around the area, spend time worshipping God and hearing from his Word. We enjoy spending time together in community, sharing refreshments and getting to know one another.

Weekday Services

9.30am-10.30am Wednesday Ecumenical Communion Service This ecumenical service is held in the Parlour at Potters Cross Methodist Church and includes a short sermon or reflection.

12 noon Saturday Communion Service  (usually the first Saturday in the  month)
The Spiritual Development group has planned monthly informal services -see Diary. This is a growing Alternative Communion service exploring new ideas and inviting personal reflection.
The service lasts about 30 minutes with coffee and tea, biscuits served beforehand. Great for those who find Sunday mornings difficult to attend. Check the monthly diary.


At St Peter’s, Kinver diversity matters, we aim to be an inclusive church. We all come in different shapes and sizes and so do our services.

We have a varied menu covering a wide range of worship styles from the more traditional Book of Common Prayer to Cafe Church Style Worship and Church on the Edge with a worship band.

No matter where you’re from or how you are looking to develop your relationship with God you can find a home with us.

Children’s play area in church…

At the back of the Church is an area specially prepared for young children where parents and grandparents and carers can sit with children and amuse them with the toys and books provided.

Looking after the disabled…

The church offers facilities for the disabled including a loop system for the hard of hearing, Large print Service books, Coloured Service books for those struggling with Dyslexia, Wheel chairs and toilet for the disabled. There are no steps into church and a designated disabled parking space opposite the Lych Gate.