Church Life.

Sundays at Peasley Cross

Our Church Services

Sunday morning Worship is 11am-noon and is led by Rev Allison Claxton on the second and third Sundays of each month.

At other times it is led by a number of Lay Preachers in a variety of styles alongside members of the congregation.

You can download the latest preaching rota below.

Watch our most recent Worship Service here and visit our YouTube channel (here) for more online content.

Explore the Bible.

Bible Study

Peasley Cross Home Group is a Bible Study Group held in the church building every Thursday night, 7:30pm to 9:00 pm.

We have followed the Lifebuilder series of Bible Study notes, and selected books of the Bible directly, previously considering the lives of Ruth and Esther, the current set of studies will consider the subject of Christian Community.

You’re welcome to join us (no need to book) or drop us an email via our contact page for more details.

Connecting with God

Prayer & Spirituality

We at Peasley Cross URC believe prayer is important, it is a way of meeting with GOd, listening to the Holy Spirit and communicating our needs, wants and desires to God, knowing that He hears us and wants to share our lives.

Peasley Cross has a Prayer Chain which is for any and all prayer needs.

If you would like us to pray for you or your situation please contact Rev Allison on 078111 38238  or complete our short prayer form here and it will be prayed for on the chain.

We also have a prayer book which is available in the lobby for any prayers that you would like including in our Sunday Morning Intercessions and a Prayer Box  which is also in the lobby for private prayer needs that are for the Minister only.

Leave a Prayer Request

Life Events

Weddings, Baptisms & Funerals

Peasley Cross URC are there in life’s most joyous and most desperate times so if you’re looking for a life event service, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We can walk alongside you as you plan, taking away some of the pressure of organising these.

Use our contact page to get in touch and enter all the details in the contact form.

FAQ

Find answers to some of the most commonly asked questions.

Children are most welcome but must be accompanied by an adult. We can provide activities for them during the Service.

Yes. If the parent or carer wishes for the child to receive Communion that is fine. The wine we use is non-alcoholic.

A Bible will be provided if you require one.

If after the service you have any questions, you can ask an Elder – they will have a badge with their name – or you can speak to the Minister.

Usually around an hour and there is often refreshments afterwards.

Usually the songs and readings are projected onto a screen and follow the same format each week. Communion is on the second Sunday of the month and everyone is welcome to join in.