Coffee and Chat

10-12 noon in church Everyone welcome to drop in or stay all morning


Hillary Hoskin

Hillary Hoskin

Wendy Grassby

Wendy Grassby

Service of Tenebrae

Based on the ancient night and early morning services of Maundy Thursday, this service recreates Jesus’ betrayal, abandonment and agony and it is left unfinished, because the story isn’t over until Easter Day.  The most conspicuous feature of the service is the gradual extinguishing of the fifteen candles called the Tenebrae Hearse until only the top candle, representing of Our Lord, is alight.    


True Love

From the beginning of February or even earlier, the chilly grey days are brightened by racks of Valentine’s cards on sale in the shops. Nearer to St Valentine’s day, 14th February, the supermarkets display flowers, special meals, chocolates in red shiny foil and bottles of fizzy wine, all to treat your true love. It is good to celebrate and to have someone special but many are excluded if the focus is only romantic love.

1 February 2018

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1 February 2018

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A Church for Disabled People

St Peter's Church, Dorchester, DT1 1XA

‘A Church for Everyone: Listening to Disabled People’ - a booklet based on  suggestions from disabled people about what they appreciate as members of the church, what they find difficult and what would be helpful to them. It provides practical insights about what might enhance the lives of disabled people and signposts useful addresses and resources locally and nationally.


Stand - Song, Stories, and Scriptures


Sharon Tedford

Songs, Stories and Scriptures

Come and share a relaxed evening with Sharon as she sings tracks from her new and highly

acclaimed album. She also tells the inspirational stories and Scriptures that birthed each song.


Sharon’s style is contemporary Christian with jazz


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