About Us

St. Peter's is a significant gateway building in the West End of Ashton. It is situated across Manchester Road from Ashton Police Station and is one of the most noticeable buildings when approaching Ashton-under-Lyne from the West. St Peter’s is a very friendly, informal, flexible church where worship is modern, open and lively. The non-judgemental church congregation come together to worship God, to support each other and the local community. The congregation are there to serve the local community and feel that the church building and all that goes on in the church is aimed at being a visible presence in the West End of Ashton which is an area of great deprivation. The congregation are adaptable to new ideas and believe in having freedom to choose forms of worship and ways of working.

Designated Red Cross Drop-in Centre for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Thursdays 10.00am – 2.00pm

The Red Cross will be providing grants to Refugees and Asylum Seekers who meet eligibility requirements.

Also providing ESOL classes; a hub for other organisation such as NHS, Action Together etc; and a signposting service to other organisations.

Refreshments available. All are welcome

St Peter’s Church of England Primary School

St. Peter's (CofE) Primary School is situated on Oxford Street West in the West End of Ashton.

St Peter’s Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade

St. Peter's hosts a Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade. They meet regularly in St. Peter's School and are on parade in Church on the second Sunday of every month