|Activities at St Peter's Ealing|
Amnesty Letter Writing Group
This group meets once a month after the Wednesday Mass to pray and write for those whose campaign requests have been posted in the Amnesty Magazine.
Beer & Curry Society
The Beer & Curry Society meets every other month for fellowship. It is a men’s group, and it meets in different hostelries and curry houses around Ealing.
Best Feet Forward
St Peter’s walking group was established to enable parishioners to meet once a month for some gentle walking in the Ealing area. Walks are usually on a Saturday morning or a Sunday afternoon and are for 2 to 3 hours in length, with a refreshment stop on route. It’s an excellent way to get some exercise and enjoy pleasant fellowship.
St Peter's Book Club meets regularly throughout the year to share and discuss books. Meetings alternate between discussion and supper evenings hosted by members of the group. Suggestions for books to read range from contemporary fiction and non-fiction to classic titles. The group is a very friendly and informal way to share a love of reading and new members are always very welcome.
Children & Youth Activities
Please see our dedicated Children and Youth page which can be found by clicking here.
Church Hall Activities
St Peter's offers its facilities to the wider community. The Church Hall presently serves many different groups including a Montessori School, Kumon classes, Brownies and Guides, a mother and baby clinic, tai chi classes, exercise classes, and children’s parties. For more information on booking the Church Hall please click here.
Coffee Drop-in at St Peter’s happens on the second Saturday of every month at the back of church - come and join us for delicious cakes and coffee/tea. What a great way to end or start a morning walk - call in and see us - children and dogs very welcome!
Ealing Churches Winter Night Shelter
St Peter’s is one of the host churches for Ealing Churches Winter Night Shelter (ECWNS). St Peter's aims to provide the majority of volunteers from its congregation to staff these evenings, as well as delicious home-cooked food, good company, and a warm, safe bed for the night to those who are without all these things. For more information on ECWNS please see their website www.ecwns.org.uk
Mums Of Little Ones (MOLO) Meetups take place a few times a year in the evening in different venues around Ealing. Without the little ones, it enables the mums to have longer conversations!
Stitch & Sew
St Peter's Stitch and Sew is a regular opportunity for those who enjoy knitting, sewing and other crafts to get together. Most of the time the group work on their own projects but they also prepare items for sale at the Harvest Fayre and for other charities.The sessions are friendly and informal, meeting in each other's homes, and no expertise is necessary - just a shared interest in stitching and sewing.