We’re a Church of England church, in the Diocese of Leicester, and this is what we believe.
We’re part of the West Leicester Mission Partnership with the Church of the Martyrs, Holy Apostles church, St Anne’s and St Paul’s with St Augustine’s and Wyggestons.
We work with b-inspired in our community of Braunstone.
We want to welcome and include everyone. St. Peter’s is a Fairtrade Church.


  • Oral History Archive at Leicester University
    Braunstone exhibition of the East Midlands Oral History Archive at Leicester University. For information and sound clips of interviews about Braunstone’s history and development, together with some personal stories and anecdotes.


  • City of Sanctuary
    City of Sanctuary is a movement to build a culture of hospitality for refugees and asylum-seekers. Leicester is working to become a City of Sanctuary
  • Clockwise
    Leicester’s credit union: a financial co-operative owned and controlled by its members. We have a collection point available on a Wednesday morning from 10.00am – 11.00am.
  • Leicester City Council
    St Peter’s is in Leicester, a city with a population of approximately 290,000. It is the largest city in the East Midlands region and the tenth largest in the country. Its importance was first recognised by the Romans and later by the Danes.
  • Leicester Council of Faiths
    The network that brings together the faith groups of the City of Leicester.
  • Leicester Diocesan Guild of Church Bell Ringers
    They promote church bell ringing in the Leicester area and their website includes a directory of bell towers
  • The Diocese of Leicester
    The division of the Church of England that covers Leicester and Leicestershire, and includes us


  • B Inspired
    Community and neighbourhood development organisation (the charity is called The Braunstone Foundation). We work with them in our community of Braunstone. Was the BCA (Braunstone Community Association).
  • Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church
    Our local Roman Catholic Church, who are members of Churches Together in South West Leicester and the Braunstone Faiths Forum
  • Braunstone Children Centre
    On Gallards Hill in Braunstone. Works to improve the quality of life for children from birth through to 4 years of age and their families, through a range of services.
  • Church of the Martyrs
    One of the churches in our West Leicester Mission Partnership
  • Holy Apostles Church
    One of the churches in our West Leicester Mission Partnership
  • Liz Kendall MP
    The Member of Parliament for Leicester West, which includes our parish
  • New Dawn New Day
    Committed to working with women and their families, inspiring them to reach their potential and to overcome disadvantage and inequality in their lives and communities.
  • St Anne’s and St Paul’s with St Augustine’s
    One of the churches in our West Leicester Mission Partnership
  • Streetvibe Young Peoples Service
    provides a comprehensive service for young people in Braunstone and beyond. This includes a Detached youth project, outreach with the Streetvibe bus, and services based at the Grove in Cort Crescent
  • Wyggestons
    Part of the West Leicester Mission Partnership with St Peters. Provides housing, care, and support for people aged 60 and over who are in need.

National and International

  • Anglicans Online
    An independent website serving the entire Anglican Communion worldwide with a News Centre, New This Week, and a thoughtful front-page letter. Updated every Sunday, there are more than 10,000 links to parishes around the world and to a variety of resources
  • Anti-Slavery: today’s fight for tomorrow’s freedom
    The world’s oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the United Kingdom to work exclusively against slavery and related abuses.
  • Christian Aid
    A development organisation that works in more than 50 countries helping people regardless of religion or race to improve their own lives and tackle the causes of poverty and injustice
  • Church Community Workers Alliance
    CCWA stand for the process of community development work as the most empowering and enabling way for the church to express its beliefs in action, in ministry and in mission.
  • Church Mission Society (CMS)
    St. Peter’s has supported CMS mission partners with prayer and money.
  • Church Urban Fund
    CUF supports social action in some of the poorest areas of England working closely with the local parish church. They helped support our work in the past.
  • Fairtrade Foundation
    Learn more of how fair trade helps the disadvantaged
  • National Estate Churches Network
    – This group seeks to bring together those churches working in the urban estates across the country. St Peter’s is a member.
  • The Church of England
    The Church we belong to – part of the world-wide Anglican Communion
  • United Society
    Another mission agency of the Anglican church that enables people to grow spiritually, to thrive physically and to have a voice in an unjust world. (Was the USPG.)
  • Urban Expression
    An urban mission agency that recruits, equips, deploys and networks self financing teams pioneering creative and relevant expressions of the Christian Church in under-churched areas of the inner city

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