The largest medieval building in the city known locally as St Mary in the Lace Market.
St Peter’s is one of the three parishes covering the ancient town centre of Nottingham. The church is located at the heart of a busy and thriving city, where you will find a remarkable oasis of peace and tranquillity. Guidebooks are available to purchase and a virtual tour is available through our website. St Peter's is a proud member of Inclusive church, and welcomes all visitors through its doors. We work hard to be a church which celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate.
The City and the Church: Nottingham and St Peter’s is a free exhibition available to view during all church opening hours. Alongside this exhibition stands a new Memorial to the Enslaved. As a church we have historic links to slavery through former Rector Robert White Almond, who owned plantations in Jamaica which held enslaved people. St Peter's Coffee Room can be found in the St Peter's Centre, adjacent to the church, alongside our Fairtrade and Christian Book Shop.
We look forward to welcoming you soon, we hope that you enjoy your visit!