Welcome to the Church of St Peter's, Drayton Bassett



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We are situated in the centre of Drayton Bassett and exist for the people of the village whether they worship regularly or not.  By holding events throughout the year, we hope to bring more people together in fellowship and friendship.

New 9.30am start time for Sunday services.  Please check our Church Notice Board for details.

Services are led by Rev Jonathan Iddon with an excellent team of visiting clergy and lay readers.


Services commence at 9.30 am each Sunday and follow a set pattern:


1st Sunday all-age worship. (with any planned baptism)


2nd and 4th Sunday - Morning Worship.


3rd and 5th Sunday - Holy Communion.

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St. Peter's Church at the heart of Drayton Bassett is built of local sandstone in Gothic style with nave, chancel and 15th century tower.  The Church is one of the Peel Group of Parishes, including Churches at Fazeley and Canwell.
St Peter’s Church provided ‘messy Easter‘, at The Manor School a few days before Holy Week.  It was instigated by Rev. Jonathan Iddon who was helped by of some of the Ministry Team and people from St Paul’s Church and St Peter’s Church.  Jonathan read an Easter story from ‘Open the Book’ and then children took part in six different crafts.
Messy Easter Event for Owls
At the end of the sessions, the children had made Easter cards, soap, a cross shape mosaic coaster, decorated shortbread crosses, and paper palms.

They listened to part of the Easter story, acting out the waving of the palms when Jesus was on a donkey coming into Jerusalem.  Everyone enjoyed themselves and the children went home with many Easter gifts.

Plant Sale and Coffee Morning

True to form, the heavens opened just as we started selling flowers, but despite the rain we had a steady flow of visitors.  With tea, coffee and cake on offer, many moved into the church to shelter and share memorable moments with other visitors and friends.  By the time we closed at 12.30pm, all plants were sold and much needed funds raised.  Thanks to everyone who helped with the stalls and refreshments and importantly to those coming along to support.