St Peter and St Paul's


Rural Dean: Lis Ward 01205 355172

Parish Administrator - Church Warden: Fay Baillie 01205 723529

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Lent Group

Posted on Feb 13, 2020

Please join us for our Lent Group in St Peter and St Paul Church in Kirton - All Welcome

St Peter and St Paul Kirton

Lent Group

Thursdays 10.30am-12 Noon

Week 1 - 27 th February Light & Energy

Week 2 - 5 th March Water

Week 3 - 12 th March Land & Plants

Week 4 - 19 th March Stars and Seasons

Week 5 - 26 th March Creatures of Sea and Sky...

Are you looking for Christian and Church Gifts

Posted on Mar 12, 2019

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Posted on Mar 2, 2019

We will observe Ash Wednesday – March 6 th with the imposition of Ashes in our Group Churches. Ashes have always been a sign of repentance, and examples of this can be found frequently in scripture. You may remember that the sinful Ninevites responded to Jonah’s call to repent by putting on sackcloth and sitting in ashes . And some people become self-conscious about a little mark on their forehead! Can you imagine what you would look like after sitting in ashes?

Scripture also tells us that Job , after having endured his trials and tribulations, repents before God with dust and ashes. And that’s nothing compared to Jeremiah, who calls for Israel’s repentance by putting on sackcloth and rolling in ashes . Finally, Jesus reproaches certain cities for their lack of repentance, and their unwillingness to put on ashes and...

What a priest does?

Posted on Feb 14, 2019

The View from the Vicarage

As your Vicar I am often asked about what I do all day, of course the idea being that Vicars only work one day per week! I guess the question is often asked with tongue in cheek aware of the background suggestion that TV clergy seem to have an idyllic and often interesting relaxed lifestyle. Just think of the Vicar of Dibley, Fr Brown, Fr Ted, Sidney on Grantchester and Adam Smallbone in Rev to name only a few. Perhaps we need to remember that this is fiction, and what they appear to do in their respective fictional programmes is entertainment for us. Sleuthing clergy, meddling in murders and mystery, fun and frolics in Dibley and sorting out crime in Grantchester is not, I hasten to add, the norm for most clergy in the real world. So, this begs the question, what does Fr Paul do with his time...

New Year 2019

Posted on Jan 11, 2019

New Year Resolutions for Life in 2019 Dear parishioner, Have you made your list of resolutions for the New Year? How about these to really make a difference?

1. Listen. Quiet your mind and take in what other people are saying as they tell you their story. Listen to their words and to their heart. Listen to their body language. Seek to understand before you seek to answer or contribute.

2. Keep the storms of life in perspective. Struggles are going to come because Jesus promised, "In this world you will have trouble" (John 16:33). He also said, "Take heart for I have overcome the world." Practice a...


Posted on Dec 7, 2018

Safeguarding in the Parish of Kirton – SS Peter & Paul– who’s who?

The Parish Safeguarding Officer Graham Brignall Contact number 01205 317589

Churchwarden/ Parish Administrator F a y Baillie Contact number 01205 723529

Who will you talk to if you observe or are told about Safeguarding concerns?

Name: Graham Brgnall Contact number 01205 317589

Symbols used in Holy Baptism

Posted on Oct 26, 2018

Water “…God uses the sacrament of water to give his divine life to those who believe in him.” “…cleanse him from sin in a new birth to innocence by water and the Spirit.” - From the rite of baptism. Reflecting on our history, we see how water was created to cleanse and give life. In the very beginning of creation (Gen 1:2), the spirit of God breathed on the waters of the earth. In the great flood, water marks the end of sin and a new beginning of goodness. The Israelites passed through the Red Sea and were delivered from slavery into freedom. In the waters of the Jordan, Jesus was baptized by John and anointed with the Spirit. In baptism we “pass through water” - a sign of our participation in the death of Christ and his emergence into freedom. Freed from the power of evil; the power of God’s life and love will prevail. Paschal...