Based around the areas of Fazeley, Mile Oak, Drayton Bassett and Canwell, our churches offer their congregations a variety of worship styles. Below are further details about each of the churches.
On 3rd September, 2013, members of the Peel Parishes, congregated in St Paul's Church, Fazeley to witness the Induction of Revd. Jonathan Iddon as Vicar of Fazeley and Canwell, and Rector of Drayton Bassett. The evening was opened by the Rural Dean, Revd. Jim Trood. The ceremony was conducted by the Rt. Revd. Clive Gregory, Bishop of Wolverhampton.
Rev. Jonathan Iddon
We are a warm Spirit led Church with a reflective and traditional worship style. The weekly 9am service has a light and friendly approach to help you be at ease as you worship.
Families are a very important part of God's Church and are warmly welcomed at St Barnabas. For the older and less mobile, there is a ramp to the main Church entrance, with limited disabled facilities.
For further information, go to the St. Barnabas' website www.stbarnabasmileoak.jimdo.com
Located just south of Fazeley island, St. Paul's is a thriving Spirit-led church. Our music groups helps to lead us in contemporary worship at 11am, while the 6pm service has a more traditional feel.
Families are a very important part of God's Church and are warmly welcomed at St Paul's.For the younger ones, a creche with toys is available, along with baby changing facilities.
For the older and less mobile, there is a ramp to the main Church entrance, with limited disabled facilities.
For further information, the St. Paul's website, www.stpaulschurch.jimdo.com
Set in the heart of the village of Drayton Bassett, St Peter's is a beautiful historic church, parts of which date from as early as 1327.
Weekly Sunday services are held at 9:30am and visitors and newcomers are always welcome.
We cater for most needs including wheelchair access and a 'Hearing Aid' loop system for the hard of hearing.
For further information, go to the St. Peter's website www.dbpcc.f9.co.uk