Pitton is an active and sociable village with a thriving school, a pub which serves food both at lunchtime and in the evening, a highly valued shop/post office which is open six days a week, a village hall used for numerous activities including a play school, Pitton Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School and, of course, St. Peter’s Church. There are many social events in the village throughout the year appealing to all ages. The various social and sporting clubs are a very popular part of village life and are pleased to welcome new members.
Sundays 11.00am each Sunday (except for the 5th Sunday which is a Team Service)
1st Sunday Morning Worship
2nd Sunday Parish Eucharist
3rd Sunday Methodist Service
4th Sunday Parish Eucharist
PathFinders is for children of all ages who are warmly encouraged to come along. On the third Sunday in the month there is a joint service with the Methodists which is led by a Methodist minister. We are truly ecumenical as we all worship together at both services. Coffee is served and newcomers are made most welcome.
Ours is a lively church with a fair sized congregation of committed members. St. Peter’s is open every day for visitors or private prayer. During the week Tuesday is our busy day.
Informal Prayer is held each Tuesday morning at 9.15 and we are always happy to accept requests for prayer.
Our Tea, Cake and Chatter sessions are held each Tuesday from 3-4.30pm where there is an opportunity to meet friends and make new ones whilst enjoying a hot drink and homemade cakes. We especially welcome those who may not come to services.
In addition, the lay-led Tuesday Group meets on alternate Tuesdays in term time and weekly in Advent and Lent. This group discusses matters of faith and seeks to mature our understanding or our spiritual journey.
Information and Contacts
Sources of Information available for local events include the Dun Valley News published 10 times a year and distributed to all homes in the village, Pitton and Farley web site at http://www.pittonandfarley.co.uk and the notice boards outside the Post Office and the Church.