We warmly welcome you to our Services!

We meet for our Parish Eucharist every Sunday at 10.00am

Junior Church also meets on each Sunday [except the First of every month]  for the first part of the Service, returning at the Sharing of the Peace. 

Our Holy Week & Easter Services start in earnest on Palm Sunday and culminate on Easter Day – then continuing in high spirits until the Feast of Pentecost – Whit Sunday – which marks the conclusion of Eastertide. 

The Procession of Palms and Parish Eucharist for Palm Sunday – Sunday 20th March at 10.00am.

The Eucharist for Holy Week, with Stations of the Cross – Monday at 7.30pm; Tuesday at 9.30am & 7.30pm, Wednesday at 7.30pm.

The Maundy Thursday Liturgy – 24th March at 7.30pm, with the washing of the feet, Holy Communion, procession to the Altar of Repose and Watch until 11.00pm.

GOOD FRIDAY: The Church is open from 12 noon.  1.00pm – Stations of the Cross. 2.00pm The Good Friday Liturgy with Holy Communion.

HOLY SATURDAY: 7.30pm – The Vigil Readings, Blessing of the Fire, Easter Ceremonies, and the First Eucharist of Easter are followed by drinks and fireworks!


Eucharists with a homily are said every Tuesday morning at 9.30am

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 The Anglican Parish Church of St.Peter & St.Paul, Mitcham

We believe that God is active in the ordinariness of daily life, and that God is present in this world. Church people are simply those who have chosen to respond to God’s presence and call, and to offer thanks for all that is good. We also recognise our need of God’s love especially when there is sadness or grief in our lives.  Everyone is welcome in this church, whatever your beliefs (or doubts), race, disability, sexual orientation, age or marital status. We come together to receive the grace of God through Christ, learning to live according to the guidance of his Holy Spirit.

Christ’s Spirit is at work here, guiding us to live by trust in God, to serve our neighbour, to love one another, and to proclaim God’s kingdom on earth.

We are currently in an interregnum, and looking to welcome a new vicar in due course. For our Parish Profile click hereParish Eucharist for the The Parish Eucharist for the The Parish Eucharist for the Second Sunday of Epiphany – Sunday 17th January 2016