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Peopleton Church - Services

Everyone is welcome at our services, activities and events, regardless of faith or belief. Meeting people from diverse backgrounds enhances the life of our church and community. There are an increasing number of ways for those with children to get involved as we continue to develop our work with families and children. We look forward to meeting you soon.

Dates and times of services at St Nicholas' Church, Peopleton

Church of England have suspended all public worship in its churches until further notice.

St Nicholas’ Church Peopleton is closed for all services.

The church is locked.


How to book a church event

Contact – Carole Oliver is the church administrator and can be contacted on 01386 860389


The baptism of a child (or adult) is a very special occasion – it marks the beginning of a journey with God which continues for the rest of our lives – the first step in response to God’s love. It is a moment when we can rejoice in what God has done for us in Christ, and as parents and godparents make promises on the child’s behalf.

Baptisms usually take place on Sundays during the 11:00am service.
To book your Baptism please contact Carole Oliver on 01386 860389

Weddings & Blessings

A wedding is a joining of two people in holy matrimony in the presence of God.  It is a sign of unity and loyalty and a joyful celebration. Did you know you are welcome to marry in any Church of England church that holds a special significance for you through family or other connections?  If you are planning a church wedding, then you can get useful advice and tips by visiting

A blessing or a renewal of your wedding vows ceremony can also be arranged at our church.

To arrange a wedding, a blessing or a renewal of your wedding vows ceremony at St Nicholas Church, Peopleton, please contact Carole Oliver on 01386 860389. Should you wish to discuss a particular ceremony then the Reverend Gary Noyes can also be contacted.


A funeral is a service to celebrate the life of a loved one, to say farewell as they leave this world and to commit them into God’s love and care. The death of a loved one is always a time of great sorrow and the Vicar and members from the congregation of St Nicholas Peopleton are available to help you and your family at this challenging time.

Services can take place at the local crematorium or can begin with a service in St Nicholas Church, Peopleton beforehand. If you need to organise a funeral for a loved one or need to talk, please contact the Vicar Gary Noyes on 01905 841563 or email

For more information please visit the Church of England website

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