St. Peter's Collegiate Church
For any queries, please call the Parish Office on 01902 422642 or email
The Secret Life of Carols
Thursday 19th December at 7.30 pm
Uplifting and intimate Carols sung in candlelight by Mediaeval music specialists The Telling.
The Wolverhampton Wassail
Saturday 21st December at 1.30 pm
Folk based festive singing for all ages. £3.00, with proceeds divided between The Well Food Bank & The Good Shepherd Ministry
Festival Service of Nine Lessons and Carols by Candlelight
with the rededication of the Father Willis organ by the Bishop of Wolverhampton
Sunday 22nd December at 6.30 p.m.
Mulled wine and mince pies served afterwards.
Christmas Eve at 4.00 pm
The Christmas story is retold for all the family,
with Christingles for the children.
Christmas Eve at 11.30 pm
This Choral Mass by candlelight, with our full choirs and incense, embraces the precious moment when Christmas Day begins.
Christmas Day at 8.00 am
A quiet, traditional start to this most Holy Day.
Christmas Day at 11.15 am
A joyful, family celebration for Christmas morning.
Preacher: The Bishop of Wolverhampton
Epiphany Carol Service
Sunday 12th January at 6.30 pm
We watch the three kings journey towards the star to worship at the manger with their gifts, as choir and congregation sing carols.
The link above will download recent Church notices.
The link above will download the current Music List. It details the anthems, settings, hymns psalms, responses that are to be sung during our choral services. A dedicated choir website is found here.
Regular Service Pattern
The regular pattern of worship in St Peter’s is as follows:
08.00 - Eucharist (Book of Common Prayer)
11.15 - Choral Eucharist (Common Worship) with Junior Church, and refreshments afterwards
18.30 - Choral Evensong (Book of Common Prayer)
12.30 - Eucharist (Book of Common Prayer)
17.15 Choral Evensong (Girls' Choir during term time)
12.30 - Eucharist (Common Worship)
We are currently undergoing a large project to restore our historic Father Willis organ. Alongside working on all the moving parts and sound of the instrument, the front pipes are being returned to their former glory.
We hope the restoration will be complete by Christmas 2019.