St Peter's Church as the sun sets.
Our parish Church is beautifully positioned at the end of Church Lane and is surrounded by a traditional churchyard.
You can learn much more about the church and its services from
Every Wednesday at 11:00am we celebrate Holy Communion with the traditional language from the 1662 prayer book.
You are always very welcome at our Church. We hope that the love of God will touch your heart during our services.
Do come along and/or drop in for a coffee and a chat from 11:30 to 12:00 noon.
Our vicar is the The Rev'd Scott Watts The New Vicarage, Stratford Road, Honeybourne, WR11 7PP
Tel: 01386 834946 email:
St Peter's in Willersey, St Lawrence with St John the Baptist in Weston-sub-Edge, St Andrew's in Aston Sub-Edge, St Lawrence in Mickleton,
St Ecgwin's in Honeybourne, St Peter's in Pebworth, St Peter's in Dorsington and St.Nicholas' Church in Saintbury are all part of
the Vale and Cotswold Edge benefice.
Enquiries to the Team Rector, The Rev'd Craig Bishop, The Vicarage, Church Street, Chipping Campden
Tel 01386 841927 email@example.com
The Vale and Cotswold Edge ministry team includes the Rev'd Dana Delap in Blockley 01386 700676.
The United Benefice of Chipping Campden, Ebrington and Mickleton is also under the care of the Rev'd Craig Bishop.
In his first letter to the Christian Church in Thessalonica, St Paul wrote,
“Therefore encourage one another and build up each other, as indeed you are doing.”
I've been reminded of those words as I've reflected on my first few weeks as your vicar. We live in a world where the focus is always on what we're not doing! It's not wrong to be challenged,
of course, and it's always fatal to rest on our laurels. But equally, it's not wrong to celebrate what we have achieved and are achieving.
I am delighted and greatly encouraged to see so much life in our villages and in our churches. There is so much going on around us from successful and flourishing schools; to thriving businesses;
to village fetes; to a Party in the Park; to ‘Honeyangels’, our parents'/grandparents' and toddlers' group; to committed and faithful Christians, as well as people of other faiths,
living and actively engaged in the life of our churches and communities. It is through our engagement with one another and the wider community that we fulfil St Paul's call to ‘build each other up’.
You have been, and you are, a great encouragement to me and my hope and prayer is that I will be able to be the same to you in the years ahead. I've said it before and I'll keep on saying it:
The Church is here for you, whatever you believe, struggle to believe or don't believe. So, be encouraged and go on encouraging others,
building up one another and our communities and thank you for all that you do to make a difference for good in our villages. I feel privileged and proud to be a part of them.
With love in Christ,
Rev Scott Watts
For more details about our services look on page 8 of the appropiate Church and Village Newsletter.
Below are the times of all our local benefice services for July 2017.