Sensing Salvation Wisbech

Arts Enabled Evangelization Faith to Create: Freedom to Believe St Peter’s Lodge is the home of our Christian mission research project for the National Church: 'Sensing Salvation Wisbech: Arts-Enabled Evangelization'. It celebrates the beauty and power of our Catholic heritage in the English Church: a programme of recovering and restoring the wonderfully visual Catholic imagination to proclaim Christ’s Gospel of love, and so to transform the lives of individuals, families and town communitie...
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Wisbech Art Colony

Arts, Faith, and Social Engagement The parish family of St Peter and St Paul in Wisbech believes that the good news of Jesus Christ can transform market towns as much as it does the lives of individuals. In 2011, Steve Barclay MP and myself founded the Wisbech Vision Group, a partnership of local and regional church, business, education, and arts leaders. We wished to find practical ways of realising our dream of a renewed and flourishing Wisbech. The Wisbech Art Colony (WAC) was the fruit...
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The Church Tower

The church tower contains the 3rd oldest full peal of 10 bells in the world, cast by William Dobson in 1821. Some of the bells were recast from an earlier 8-bell peal, the oldest bell dating from 1566. This was made possible, largely through the generosity of Dr. Abraham Jobson, Vicar. (more…)
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Peter’s Papers

FIFTH SUNDAY OF LENT  MARCH 22 2015 This Sunday:  22 March  8am holy Communion 10am Sung Mass,  Baptisms & Sunday School Hymn nos.  303, 522, 310, 148, 549, 30 The week ahead: Mon 23 March   No Mass.  7.30pm St Peter's Ladies Group Supper Night where                                     our speaker will be Mark, from Time Trippers who, following                                     his successful month at Duxford when he was also featured on                                   Look East,...
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A mission project

Our mission project is based in St. Peter's Lodge. It belongs to St. Peter's Parish Church in Wisbech, and was built in the 1950's on land that was at one time the North West garden of the Georgian vicarage. For many years it was the assistant curate's house. When the parish no longer employed a curate, the Lodge became a rental property. This left the Lodge and garden worse for wear. In late 2010 priest and people began to dream and plan for a new direction for the Lodge: we started to see ...
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