The nation will be coming together this weekend to celebrate the coronation of His Majesty King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, this weekend.
As well as ‘officially’ becoming the sovereign of the country, the King will also formally take on his role as supreme governor of the Church of England during Saturday’s ceremony at Westminster Abbey in London.
We will be marking the occasion as a church, along with thousands of others around the country this weekend, and anyone in our local community is very welcome to join us.
This Sunday morning – May 7 we will be holding one morning service at 10.30am. There will be something for everyone in the service from the youngest to the oldest and everyone is welcome to come along and join us as we celebrate and pray for the new king – and find out more about King Jesus and the kind of king he wants to be.
After the service, in the church car park weather permitting, or in the halls if the weather is wet, there will be a Coronation Party, including a free light lunch to enjoy together, thanks to support from Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Everyone is very welcome to come and join us in the celebrations – do call in if you can, and if you can bring a cake to contribute, even better!!
Please note: there will be very limited car parking at church on Sunday morning due to the party. We will reserve a small number of spaces for those with access problems but please walk or park elsewhere if you are able to on Sunday.
There will be no evening service at St Peter’s this Sunday.