As we begin the process of running events once more here at Peoples Church, the current schedule of events is as follows:

Sunday Services - 10:30am

Prayer Meetings - 10:30am

Day Timers - 10:30am-12:00pm
Little Peoples Church - 6:30-7:45pm

Peoples Church Youth Group - 7:00-8:30pm 

You can find more information about some of the activities here and other events throughout the website.


We have many ways for us to be involved in celebrating Pentecost [read the story here] together with churches across Nottingham, as we pray Thy Kingdom Come.

Thursday May 13th 7am-8am Online Prayer Meeting organised by Nottingham City Prayer
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 893 6461 3070
Passcode: ncp

Online Devotionals every other until Pentecost, follow at the Nottingham City Prayer Facebook Page

Friday 21st May 7:30pm Thy Kingdom Come Nottingham, night of prayer and worship.
We’ll rejoice together at all that God has done during this testing Covid season and we’ll pray expectantly for all He desires to do as we emerge from it.

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 813 8882 4642
Passcode: ncp

Friday 14th May 9pm Bow Down

Vineyard Churches UK are organising a virtual Bow Down event, calling Christians to unite in a single moment of prayer at 9pm BST on Friday 14th May as part of Thy Kingdom Come.

Join in this collective moment, as we bow our knees in prayer, and lift up our communities and nations to God at this time.

All who sign up will be encouraged to pray for 15 minutes including the Lord’s Prayer and to light a candle at the end symbolising Christ – the Light of the World. 

Why not join in –  as a church (in-person or online), as a household or as an individual, along with many others online?

To sign up and for additional information, visit

10 days of 24hr prayer

Urban Abbey, a house of prayer in Nottingham, are coordinating continual prayer for the duration of Thy Kingdom Come. 

Sign up to pray for (at least) 30 minutes between Ascension and Pentecost

“Since 2011, the Church across Nottingham and Notts has joined together in some form of fervent and constant prayer during the 10 days between Ascension and Pentecost. Like the early disciples, we’re expectant! This year, we’ll particularly focus on praying for those who have lost their way in their faith, and also for those who are searching for God. God is already massively active in these strange times, and we’re believing for harvest.   Why not click the link, and sign up to pray for at least 30 minutes during these 10 days – together we’re hoping to see constant prayer as we look to God for our city and region”. – Urban Abbey