Welcome to St Peter’s Church

The church building is open for private prayer during daylight hours (approximately 0930 – 1530 in winter) and public worship is continuing twice a month – click on Sunday services. Please continue to observe social distancing and the advice on hygiene in view of the new concern about the Omicron variant.  Face masks remain highly recommended except when seated.
For details of the “Little Angels” toddler group see www.facebook.com/littleangelstots normally at 10am on Wednesday mornings (term time only). 
St Peter’s Church Over Wallop has been a place of Christian worship for nearly a thousand years. The PCC is committed to enabling as many people as possible to worship at St Peter’s and to become part of our church community. Our mission is to put faith into practice through prayer and scripture.  For our current Vision Statement, click here.

For all enquiries about banns or weddings, baptisms and funerals please email the Administrator  secpdteam@gmail.com (or see the WhosWho page for her phone number). 

Church Hall (bookings manager Allison Long on 01264 781181): the church hall is again available for bookings, subject to acceptance of the continuing need for care in hygiene and social interaction.

For all enquiries, please email either the webmaster info@stpetersoverwallop.co.uk or see the other contact details at stpetersoverwallop.co.uk/Who’s-Who.

SAFEGUARDING:  If you have a safeguarding concern, please click here for all contact details, including those of the parish safeguarding officer Diana Woolf whose email is safeguarding@stpetersoverwallop.co.uk For the current safeguarding policy at St Peter’s, click here and for the CofE document “Promoting a safer Church” which was formally adopted again by the PCC on 13th October 2020 click here. The Winchester Diocese safeguarding pages are here

The Parish of Over Wallop as a member of the Portway and Danebury Team is closely linked to St Andrew’s, Nether Wallop.  The other churches in this Team Ministry are St Leonard’s Grateley, St Mary’s Amport, St Michael’s Quarley, St Mary’s Monxton and St Michael and All Angels West Andover; but see the Latest News page for the changes proposed by the Diocese and for the recent announcement by the neighbouring Anna Benefice.

We hold passes for loan to regular members of the congregation who wish to visit the Cathedral; to apply please email info@stpetersoverwallop.co.uk but please check the cathedral website about access during the lockdown.

For the church’s privacy (data protection) notice, click on OW Privacy-Notice.  The privacy notice applicable to this website content may be found at http://www.stpetersoverwallop.co.uk/Privacy-Policy

For more information on St Andrew’s click here: www.standrewsnetherwallop.co.uk

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