Refuge?

Dismayed, disheartened, fearful, afraid, bewildered….? Huddersfield Parish Church is open daily for you prayers and concerns in these strange times we live in. Please feel free to share this se and offer you thoughts in the sacred space St. Peter’s offers.  

Trees of Remembrance 

As is the tradition at St.Peters we have a Christmas  tree decorated by members of the public with stars and red tags remembering loved ones who have died in years past. Call in anytime throughout December and write a name and attach it to the tree. There is also a list of names being compiled…

Prayers for the Queen

Today (Wednesday 9 September) and the following Sunday, the following prayer will be offered with the long reign of the Queen in mind. A modern-language prayer drawing on Philippians 2 Almighty God, whose Son Jesus Christ exchanged                                    …

Lent 2015 – Compline in a Monastery

The Rev’d Simon Crook writes in preparation for Lent 2015 As many of you know, I trained at Mirfield Theological College, alongside the Monks at the Monastery. Their services are all very beautiful, and open to the public. I will be going to compline there every Tuesday in Lent, taking with me as many of…

Lent 2015 – Prayers in Lent

Each week day at 8.30am – Morning Prayer or 4.00pm – Evening Prayer Why not drop into St. Peter’s and experience a rhythm of prayer. Why not just sit at home and us the link at the bottom right of this page which will take you to the words and readings that will be used…

Lent 2015 – The Vicar’s Hope

That will be something of a theme in this Lenten season at Huddersfield Parish Church.  So often God says, ‘Meet me half way’ or even ‘Glance my way’. It seems to me that if we can look to even inch closer to God, then I’m sure that we will not be let down with the…

Lent 2014 – Praying……..

The small pocket or purse shaped set of prayers on offer from St.Peter’s is for use daily during Lent. If this observance is all you are able to use on a regular basis during Lent, as a way to talk with God, then the season will have been observed. Yet this resource may be just…