“Eucharist” means thanksgiving. The Eucharist, or the Mass, is the event in which Christians become grounded each week in a fundamentally grateful approach to life. In the Holy Eucharist we come together, hear Scripture and a sermon, share a meal and experience our deepest selves in community with others and with a loving God in the person of Jesus. Through the Eucharist we gain strength for our lives and participate in the pattern of all Christian life: letting go and turning our lives over to God to be used in service to the world.

Baptised Christians of all ages or denominations are welcome to participate in and receive communion at St John’s and St Peter's. Click here for service times.