Welcome to St Peter’s Church Newton
Serving the community since 1903
Welcome to our web pages with details of the life and activities of out parish church
The beautiful church in the Gothic style was built in 1903 to serve the communities of Newton, Caswell and Langland.
In 1933 St Peter’s became a separate parish from the mother church of All Saints
Oystermouth. The church has played an important role in the spiritual and cultural life of the local community, and a warm welcome is extended to all our services and activities.
We hope you will find these web pages useful and informative.
Further details of services and other events can be obtained by contacting the Wardens: Nicole Taylor 01792 404433, Mike Abbett 01792 405569 and Keith Vaughton 01792 361769.
Welcoming Children and Families
The 10.00 am Family Eucharist is held at regular intervals through the year with special contributions from the children and our local uniformed groups. Details can be found in our monthly parish magazine.
This special carpeted area in church has soft toys and books for little ones
St Peter’s Churchwardens are delighted to confirm the appointment of Canon Christopher Darvill as our new Vicar following an announcement by Archdeacon Jonathan.
Canon Chris is leaving a very successful ministry at Llansamlet Church where his renowned talent for preaching, pastoral care and reaching out to the community has made a big difference and actually increased the size of his congregation.
Undoubtedly, Canon Chris’s talents will be put to good use at St Peter’s. The Wardens are sure that he will fit easily into our church family and do all he can to encourage new faces and, hopefully young families, to come to our church.
We are very fortunate to have him as our Vicar, and he will surely continue St Peter’s blessed legacy of fine, caring and inspirational priests.
Charity name: St. Peter’s Church, Newton, Swansea PCC. REg. Charity number 1135320