Leader: Barbara Prior, Licensed Lay Minister
The Pastoral Care Team aim to give additional support to those in times of need, through visiting, prayer, home communion and practical help in the form of meals, lifts etc. We have different people within our church who are particularly gifted or trained in coming alongside the bereaved, those with marriage difficulties, and other areas. Please contact us if you need such support.
Should you be going through a difficult time and would like to speak to a member of the Pastoral Team please contact Barbara and she will put you in touch with one of the team to support you.
WOW – Wycombe Older Wellbeing, is part of St Peter’s Church outreach into our community. The weekly exercise classes (Zumba and Keep-fit on alternate weeks) are aimed at the more mature person and cater for all abilities. Participants are encouraged to listen to their bodies, do what they can at their own pace, and to enjoy the singing, laughter and good natured banter which accompanies the exercises.
Following the session it’s time to sit and relax together over a healthy lunch. We meet at 10.30am on Wednesday mornings at St Peter’s.
Cuppas a community run initiative, is a great place to make new friends and share a cup of tea or coffee and eat cake! We meet every Monday morning apart from Bank Holidays and would love to meet you. 10am Monday mornings St. Peter's Church.
Mums and Toddlers
Mums and Toddlers (and grandparents and carers) meet every Wednesday in term time at 9.30 in St. Anne's church for free play, craft, stories and singing. Teas and coffees and squash and biscuits are served mid morning. Carol and Dawn will meet you and help you to find new friends. Here are a few photos of our Christmas Party. (all permissions gained!)
From time to time we arrange evenings hosted in church or elsewhere to give an opportunity to get together over a cup of coffee or tea and some cake and to talk about that most taboo of subjects... Death.
We would all rather think about life and how to live it, but sometimes it is important that we consider how to approach well the end of life . This Thursday will be a great opportunity to talk about what we think happens at the end of life, to discover together, from each other's experience, how to manage some practical aspects of preparing for the end, and to listen to each other as we tackle the big questions we have around the subject.
The format of the evening is informal. There is no presentation and no expectation that you will take part - just come and enjoy the company, we would love to see you and anyone you would like to invite.