Chats in Old Churches

Why not join us at 10am on Tuesday 19th March for an informal, informative and friendly get together to learn more about St Pegas Church?

CHURCH BRUNCH – SUNDAY 3RD FEBRUARY 2019

   BY POPULAR DEMAND ST PEGA’S CAFÉ RETURNS TO SERVE BRUNCH ON  SUNDAY 3rd FEBRUARY 2019   in PEAKIRK VILLAGE HALL from 9.00am to 11.00am  Bring along your family and friends Everyone very welcome Full English and Continental Breakfasts served                                or just pop in for a coffee                        Newspapers to read and Children’s play… Read More »

Agenda for January Meeting

The Parish Council will meet on Monday 21st January 2019 in the Village Hall, starting at 7.30pm. An agenda of business to be transacted is attached.Agenda – January 2019 (noticeboard)

ST. PEGA’S CHURCH NEWSLETTER JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019

Services in January and February Sunday, 6th January Evensong at 6.00pm – Led by Rev’s Mark-Aaron Tisdale. You are warmly invited to join us in celebrating St. Pega’s Patronal Festival. A hymn, composed in Latin in St. Pega’s honour by a 13th century monk of Crowland Abbey, will be performed. It’s English translation and short… Read More »

St Pega’s Church – Christmas events for 2018

CHRISTINGLE SERVICE ON SUNDAY, 2nd DECEMBER AT 3.30PM We would love for you, your friends and family to come and join us at our second Christingle Service at St. Pega’s Church.  Children will receive a Christingle and all contributions are donated to the Children’s Society to support their tremendous work with very needy children across… Read More »

Theft of lead from church roof

Sometime over night 17th November thieves have stolen most of the lead from the roof of St Pega’s Church. This follows a similar recent theft at Etton Church. If you saw or heard anything unusual during that evening or before please contact the police. As you can understand this has caused considerable distress to those… Read More »

St Pega’s wall paintings and why we need to save them

The Significance of St Pega’s Wall-paintings and why we need to save them By Dr Avril Lumley Prior (posted by David Hankins)   The Church and its wall-paintings The present building was erected in 1014/15 as the ‘new minster at Pegecyrcan [Peakirk]’. In 1016, it received grants of land from King Edmund Ironside for the… Read More »