Welcome to Werrington Parish Church

Werrington Parish Church is a charismatic, evangelical Anglican parish located in the north of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. We have worship centres in the historic church building of St John the Baptist (map), located in the village of Werrington, and in the modern Emmanuel (map) church sharing a building with the local Church of England primary school. Emmanuel church also hosts the Parish Office.

Safeguarding

At Werrington Parish Church we take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult, you can speak to Sue Bennett, our Parish Safeguarding Officer (contact her via the Parish Office on 01733 576541).



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RECOGNIZING THE GIFTS OF THE POOR
"I am deeply convinced that we can only work for the liberation of the people if we love them deeply. And we can only love them deeply when we recognize their ... See more

3 days ago
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A GENTLE AND HUMBLE HEART
"God's question is: "Are you reading the signs of your time as signs asking you to repent and be converted?" What really counts is our willingness to let the immense ... See more

4 days ago
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GOD IS AT WORK IN THE WORLD
""We have to learn how to think about the events of the day that take place in our community or in our larger world, and to see them as ways to come to know God in new ... See more

5 days ago
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BEING A PEACEMAKER
"This morning Jonas and I read in the Gospel Jesus' words: "If you are bringing your gift to the altar, and there you remember that your brother or sister has something against ... See more

6 days ago

Look out for the Werrington Parish Church Christmas card coming through your door over the next few weeks. This contains details of all the special services taking place during the Christmas season.

6 days ago
Remembrance Sunday 2018

The Parish of Werrington came together to pay their respects to our Armed Forces and the people of Werrington that have been lost to war, marking 100 years since Armistice Day. Here are a few photos.

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