About our Churches

St Peter's Church, Claughton Way, Hutton

St. Peter's was originally built in the 1950s as a dual purpose church and hall - a daughter church of All Saints', to serve the newly-developing housing estates in the centre of Hutton. In 1990 it was possible to extend the building to provide separate worship and community areas. In 2001 generous grant funding enabled a complete refurbishment of the whole building to improve the facilities available to church and community organisations.

St. Peter's now offers a modern, well-equipped and attractive venue for regular and occasional bookings. It is fully equipped for disabled access, and has a large kitchen fitted out to commercial standards.

The facilities available include:

A large Hall seating over 100 people - suitable for meetings as well as more active groups such as keep fit etc. Also popular for children's parties and other functions. (Sorry we cannot accommodate wedding receptions).

The smaller 'Coffee Lounge' seating about 30 people for smaller groups.

To book facilities at St. Peter's, contact the Parish Office

All Saints' Church, Hutton Village

All Saints' Church is the original Hutton Church, parts of which date back to the 14th Century. It is set in the oldest part of Hutton, and is surrounded by open field. Here the people of Hutton have come for centuries to worship, and to celebrate family events such as baptisms and weddings. The churchyard has been a place of repose and many people continue to find it a place where they can enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside. It continues to be a popular place for these special events, as well as holding a full programme of regular Sunday services in a mixture of traditional and modern styles.

Please note that due to break-ins to cars parked near the Church during services recently, we advise you not to leave any items of value in cars parked near All Saints'.

 


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