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"At the last meeting of the PCC we were offered a joke. I re-tell it here with the ‘comedians' permission. ‘How many Anglicans does it take to change a light bulb? Change! My grandmother gave that.’ The suggestion is that Anglicans are opposed to change or at least find change very difficult............."

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St Peter’s is an Anglican parish in the Diocese of London. We are situated on the corner of Mount Park Road and Montpelier Road, W5, 15 minutes from Ealing Broadway Station.

The Church is open for prayer every day from 9.30am till 4pm. The lively church hall next door is used by a wide cross-section of the community. Worship is central to what we do and who we are. You are welcome to attend any of our services throughout the week.

The Church itself was described as "The premier architectural work in Ealing" by Pevsner and is a regular participant in the " London Open House " scheme.

 

Clergy at St Peter's

David Neno is a proud West Countryman who was ordained in Ripon Cathedral in 1988. Having served in four parishes (St Matthew’s, Chapel Allerton, Leeds; St Mary’s, Acton; Holy Innocents, Kingsbury and Christ Church w. St Laurence, Brondesbury) he was appointed to the post of Vicar of St Peter’s in 2012. He is at present one of the Willesden Area Director of Ordinands. David is an active member of the Society of Catholic Priests; a keen rugby supporter (WASPS and is discovering the delights of Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club) and loves gardening when he gets the chance.

 

Revd Margaret JoachimMargaret Joachim was ordained in 1994 and is a Minister in Secular Employment (MSE), working as a manager for a large global IT Services company. She has been Assistant Priest at St. Peter's since 1997. She is a contact point for the development of MSE in London, and has a particular commitment towards helping people to integrate their weekday and Sunday worlds.


Reader at St Peter's

Mrs Susan Peatfield Susan Peatfield has lived in the in the parish of St Peter's since 1991. She is married to Richard and has two children. She is a teacher of English and RE and is currently involved in adult education. She was licensed to Reader ministry in 2008.

 

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