COVID-19 Period Updates
Due to COVID-19 we require everyone to pre-book into our services. To register for our next 10am service please email email@example.com.
Please do not attend if you are considered to be at risk or if you, or anyone in your household has tested positive for, or has had COVID-19 symptoms within the last 14 days.
You will be required to leave your name and a contact number for purposes of tracing.
Click here for our risk assessment and further information.
We have brought our church services online; you can check out our services and prayer meetings via the YouTube link below:
St Peter's, Loudwater YouTube Page
The church office is operating remotely until further notice. You can still contact us by leaving a message on 01628 526087 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage church members NOT to meet up face-to-face, but to stay in touch via phone, text, Skype, Facebook and other platforms.
Church members or anyone in the Loudwater community in need of non-medical help should contact us via the details below. If you require urgent medical assistance, please dial 999 in an emergency.
If you are isolated and need help, please contact us and we would love to help with;
- shopping for food and essential items
- collecting medical supplies
- having a chat
- praying with and for you
Call 01628 308 372 or email email@example.com
All contact details will be saved electronically in St Peter's Church Office, will be used only in connection with supporting isolated neighbours during COVID-19 pandemic, and will be deleted by 1st April 2021
We are aware that many people may be finding this time of year especially hard - you are not alone. If you need urgent support, please see below details of organisations who are available to contact 24-hours a day.
Click to here to contact a Samaritan
If you’re going through a tough time, contact us free on 116 123. We won't judge you or tell you what to do. We are here to listen so you don't have to face it alone.
Click here for the Mental Health Helpline for Urgent Help - NHS
Find NHS urgent mental health helplines for people of all ages. Call for 24-hour support from a local service to help you with a mental health emergency.