Holy Communion or Morning Service each Sunday at 10.30
This month’s service list for the associated churches is available here.
St Peter’s holds services of worship each Sunday morning and is regularly used for baptisms, weddings and funerals. It is also used for school services and provides an essential meeting place to celebrate religious festivals such as Christmas and Easter. It also acts as a focal point for those wishing to remember the passing of loved ones and the sacrifice made by local residents in wartime, holding an annual Armistice Day service and act of remembrance at the cenotaph opposite the church.
Other activities that happen within the village are:
- prayer visiting approximately three times per year. This culminates in prayers requested from either prayer cards or verbal requests when the prayer team call.
- Clergy and Youth Worker carry out activities in the school.
- Carol singing throughout the village on the run-up to Christmas.
- Carol event in the Warton Arms Pub.
St Peter’s Churchyard is recognised as a designated Commonwealth War Grave site, containing graves of members of the armed forces, a number of whom are remembered within the church.
St Peter’s Church Woodmansey, Needs You!
Our Organist has moved to another role leaving the church without live music for Sunday Services. To sustain music at our 10.30am Sunday Services we are looking for anyone who can play the piano or organ and is willing to commit to playing Hymns routinely or on a ad hoc basis each month. If Interested please contact Dawn Pollard Tel: 07711 759503 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 14 at 10.30 Harvest Festival (download flyer for details)
November 11 at 10.30 Service of Remembrance (download flyer for details)
A “Big Sing” evening was held on 29 June at the Warton Arms Woodmansey
A collection was made on behalf of Hull HARP and a total of £130 was raised.
Robert Poyser Director of Music at Beverley Minster introducing the “Music for a sunny afternoon” organ recital including music by Handel, Pietro Yon, Claude Debussy and Henry Purcell. The recital was thoroughly enjoyed by all. It was well attended and was the second event this year to celebrate 120 years of St Peter’s Woodmansey consecration as a place of worship and raised £257 for St Peter Church fund.
The Cantus Choir from Rutland delighted the audience at their well attended “We Want to Sing” concert held at St Peter’s Church on 18th August. The choir performed a varied programme including works by John Fornsete, Joseph Haydn, Alexander Borodin, Norman Luboff, Bob Chilcott, Arthur Sullivan, Edward Elgar, Cole Porter and John Rutter. Of particular merit was a work by Oliphant Chuckerbutty – “The Queen’s Procession” performed on the church organ by Tom Keogh. Light refreshments were enjoyed by all after the concert and donations of £234 were received for church funds.