We specialise in providing a monthly traditional Holy Communion Service.  Predating St. Peter’s, this is the only version that has been used here.  

Additionally, we provide seasonal services, such as Harvest and Carols by Candlelight.

In particular, we try to enable ordinary people to live out their faith as part of our parish community through our services, our Christmas Donations programme, providing pastoral care for people living in the parish and wider community, and supporting missionary and outreach work.

As the only Parish-wide group in our very small village, and the only public building, we aim to play an active role in creating and fostering community spirit by hosting events, talks on our heritage, arranging concerts, etc.

What's happening in St. Peter's

3rd April

 11.00am

   6.00pm

Gayhurst

Ravenstone

Holy Communion

Evening Prayer

10th April

  10.30am

  11.15am

Stoke Goldington

Weston Underwood

Family Service

Holy Communion

15th April

  10.00am

Ravenstone

Holy Communion

17th April

   9.00am

Ravenstone

Holy Communion

  24th April

  11.00am

    6.00pm

Stoke Goldington

Weston Underwood

Holy Communion

Evening Prayer

   1st May

  11.00am

    6.00pm

Gayhurst

Ravenstone

Holy Communion

Evening Prayer

   8th May

 

  10.30am

   11.15am

Stoke Goldington

Weston Underwood

Family Service

Holy Communion

  15th May

   9.00am

Ravenstone

Holy Communion

22nd May

29th May

 5th June

11.00am
11.00am

10.00am

11.00am
 6.00pm

Stoke Goldington
Weston Underwood

Cold Brayfield Benefice Service

Gayhurst
Ravenstone

Holy Communion
Rogation (in Alcove)

Holy Communion

Holy Communion
Evening Prayer

This talk was held, using Zoom, on FRIDAY 2nd July 2021 at 7.30pm.

 

An illustrated talk by Professor Stephen Ubex,

Landscape Archaeologist,

Cambridge University,

and

Mrs Ann Burrows

 

 

 

Professor Ubex is an authority on the history of the British landscape and used Gayhurst Manor and Park as the basis for his illustrated talk.  The Gardens and Park have been developed since the initial design by Capability Brown (c 1751), by Repton (c 1791-5) and then Burges (c 1860) as part of his wider assignment to remodel the house, especially the interior.  Traces of their work are clearly evident.

 

 

Ann Burrows, previously a resident at Gayhurst House, talked about some those who have owned and lived in it over the centuries.

 

 

There was a linked event on the following afternoon, Saturday 3rd July, when there were guided tours of the Gardens and Church.  

 

 

All proceeds went to Church funds.

 

A recording of the talks will be made available through this website – watch this space!

 

 

This page is updated whenever our programme of Services is updated or new Events are scheduled