Building Community in the Heart of Hale


8:30am Holy Communion, Book of Common Prayer (BCP)
10:00am Holy Communion
4:30pm Evening Service (a varied programme through the month, with Choral Evensong on the first Sunday)



10:00am – Holy Communion (BCP)


All are welcome, and
by all we really mean all.
Come as you are.

CHURCH OPEN: St Peter’s is open for private prayer, Monday to Saturday, 9:30am to 4.30pm.

Where we meet

We meet as a church family at St Peter’s Church, Ashley Road, Hale on Sundays at 8:30am, 10:00am and 6:30pm. We also have lots of activities and groups throughout the week for all ages! Click here for more info.

How to find us

We have accessible parking on site and there is a large inexpensive car park not far away. St Peter’s is also within walking distance of local bus stops and Hale station. Click here for more information. If you need help getting to church please call us.

What to wear

Wear whatever you like. Some people will dress casually and others will go for a smarter look but we have no dress code, you’re welcome as you are!

Who can come

Everyone. You are welcome at any of our services. Each has a slightly different style, click here to find out more and see which of our services you think would suit you best. The 10:00am service is probably best if you’d like to bring the whole family. 


Generous support from members of our congregation and community allows us to keep serving the community. We love being a hub where everyone can come. From baptisms, weddings and funerals, to weekly services or children’s parties, we open our doors to people from across the community.

We’ve made giving online easier than ever using Enthuse. Click the button below to give now. 

What’s On

Check out all the events, activities, services and groups we’ve got on!

From rambling, to ploughman’s lunches and our Flower Guild, we have many groups and activities to get involved with. We’d love for you to join us!

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“I am doing something brand new, something unheard of. Even now it sprouts and grows and matures. Don’t you perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and open up flowing streams in the desert.”Isaiah 43.19, The Passion Translation 

The PCC and Standing Committee recently agreed a new pattern of worship for our church community, to come alongside our regular pattern of worship. These new services will be held monthly on Sunday afternoons at 4.30pm, either in church or in the Veranda Room at St Peter’s House.  On the second Sunday of the  month, join us for Cafe Church. This relaxed service over refreshments in St Peter’s House involves a discussion rather than a traditional sermon.

We are also hoping to introduce a contemporary worship service, with acoustic/band style worship. Like anything new, it takes time to take shape and to grow, so please do join us if you can, and please do pray with us as we seek God in all things.

Please also note the new time of 4.30pm for our evening services (whether that is Choral Evensong, Alternative, or Taizé).


The next collection date is Sunday 13th February. Please ensure all donations are left outside the door at the back of the Assembly Rooms before 1pm on the day of the collection. Salford is accepting clean bedding, warm clothing, and small household items in good condition. Please keep donations in bags to protect against weather.


Starting Thursday 20th January, 10-11:30am, at the Assembly Rooms.

Join us for free play, snacks, stories and songs. Please could adults wear a mask unless exempt. £1.50 per family, per session. Email Melissa ( for more details.

Thursdays term time only 


Messy Church is a fresh way of ‘doing church’ through crafts, stories, songs and fun challenges. With the increase of Covid cases, we are going back to online via YouTube. There’s something for the family to do together, and it promises to make Bible stories and teachings more memorable in an interactive way. For the YouTube link or if you would like to find out more, please email our Children & Youth Minister Melissa (


We are now collecting clothing for the Tree of Life Centre in Wythenshawe. Please place your donations of clean clothing in the labelled boxes at the back of church. Don’t worry, you can still donate to our various other charities.

The Tree of Life Centre increases the quality of life for low or no-income families and is a lifeline for many in desperate need of clothing, dignity and a sense of belonging.

They are in need of all types of clothing, from casusal to formalwear, partywear to school uniforms in any (clean) condition.


In accordance with Government guidance and the increase of the Omicron variant, we ask all who attend our services to wear masks or visors, unless exempt. Please also Test and Trace as you enter the building. You can do this by scanning the QR code at the back of church, or by signing in by hand.  Our services are also live on Facebook at You don’t have to sign up to Facebook in order to join in. 

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Here are the latest updates with all that’s going on at St Peter’s.



A New Pattern of Worship: The PCC agreed to a new pattern of worship to come alongside our regular pattern of worship. Find out more... “I am doing something brand new, something unheard of. Even now it sprouts and grows and matures. Don’t you perceive it? I will make...

Choral Evensong – Latest

Choral Evensong – Latest

First Sunday of the month at 4:30pm On the first Sunday of the month our choir leads the service from the Book of Common Prayer, including sung responses and prayers, the Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis, psalms and anthems. Join us for a contemplative service that draws...

Harvest Project 2021

Harvest Project 2021

In aid of satellite broadcast charity SAT-7 Our Harvest Project this year is raising funds for the Christian satellite network SAT-7, which broadcasts to countries across the Middle East and North Africa where many Christians face persecution. At our All Age service...