Where we worship
St Peter’s, Prestbury
St Peter’s is the main centre of worship in the parish, reaching across Prestbury, Adlington, Mottram St Andrew and beyond. In normal times we run up to five services on a Sunday, as well as midweek Holy Communion and Morning Prayer most weekdays.
As well as the main ancient building, we have an even older Norman Chapel in which we also worship regularly. St Peter’s Rooms, a recent addition gracefully added to the rear of the church, have given us wonderful space for many other actvities – spiritual, pastoral and social. You’ll find details of these (when we're permitted to meet in groups again) under Church Life and What’s On.
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The Norman Chapel
Where worship first began, in normal times the chapel is the perfect setting for quiet early Sunday Holy Communion, and for the warm midweek group that meets for Holy Communion (followed by coffee in St Peter’s Rooms). The chapel currently holds the Saxon Cross.
The CoRe, Upton Priory
We worship each week at the Church of the Resurrection, which forms half of the The CoRe Community Hub at Upton Priory. As well as Sunday morning worship, our youth minister runs activities and worship in the afternoon, and a thriving Wednesday night youth project. We have recently opened a Food Pantry to help those finding life difficult.
St John’s, Adlington
Known affectionately as the ‘tin tabernacle’ St John’s has been a centre of worship for a hundred years or more. We normally hold services here every month.