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Saint Peter's Anglican Church, William Street, East Maitland, NSW, Australia

"Bringing Humanity to Life through Hospitable Welcome, Generous Care, Transcendent Worship, Spiritual Learning & Growing Together for all Ages”

We serve the Communities of Ashtonfield, East Maitland, Four Mile Creek, Louth Park, Metford, Pitnacree and Tenambit and welcome people from across the Hunter Region who travel to worship and share in our life.

Saint Peter's Church is normally open from 8 am to 6 pm every day of the year. You are welcome to make use of the building to meet with God in prayer and reflection.

We are Here to Help You

Saint Peter’s Church is here for the whole community.
Please be in touch so that we can help you.

Baptism

Click here to find out about being Baptised (Christened)

Come and Join the Team – We are Looking for a New Director of Music: more details here

 

Weekend Liturgy

“The best decision anyone can ever make, at any point in life, in any circumstances, whoever they are, wherever they are, is to become a disciple of Jesus Christ.”

Archbishop Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

 

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New to Saint Peter’s? Read our Welcome Guide

WelcomeWe are glad that you have found us!  Welcome!  You can find out more about our life by reading our ‘Welcome Guide’ here

Pray & Worship with Us

Mass - WebYou can see our full programme of weekend Mass times and weekday worship here

Read our Monthly Cross and Keys Newsletter

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You can read this month’s edition of the Cross and Keys Newsletter 
here

This Month’s Parish Diary

Calendar Image - WebYou can see this month’s Parish diary here

Read our Latest News

2017-10 Logo - WebYou can read the latest Parish news on our newsfeed here or you can sign up to receive our e-newsletter by e-mail here

Find out what we Believe

We BelieveYou can read our ‘We Believe Guide’ here, or watch or listen to recent teaching from our ministry staff here or find out more about the global Anglican Communion of churches here