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so you are assured of a warm welcome at any of our services.
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A warm welcome to the Parish of Iver
Click the picture of our Vicar, Rev. Robert Gooding to see a special video introduction to the life of our churches of St. Peter in Iver and St. Leonard in Richings Park
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And the crowds that went ahead of Jesus and those that followed shouted, "Hosanna to the Son of David!" "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!" Hosanna in the highest!"… Matthew 21:9
Following the statement from the Prime Minister on 16th March that "now is the time
for everyone to stop non-
In addition to this a few days ago the Church of England announced that
"Public worship will have to stop for a season. Our usual pattern of Sunday services and other mid-
Click the virus picture above now to see how our church is able to support Worship at this difficult time
Tea Chat and Company
Food and Friends
Easter "Messy Church"
Iver Open Gardens
VE Day Celebrations
Now, following the further announcement from the Prime Minister of
Monday 23rd March), we have sadly had to close St Peter's Church
(as well as St Leonard's) until further notice.