Facilities and features


One WC in church, but it is suitable for wheelchairs and also houses a baby-changing facility-

In the disabled WC

Bike rack

Very limited parking outside St Peter's Centre on Wigston Road
On Sundays, we can also use the large car park at Adkinson's Funeral Directors

Accessible Toilet

There is a traditional red box phone outside the church on Wigston Road.

A defibrillator is sited outside St Peter's Centre, just across the road.

The South path is quite steep but wheelchair accessible

Hearing (induction) Loop

Large Print notice sheets, orders of service and hymns books available.

Assistance dogs welcome.

Dementia Aware / Accessible

Easy access ot the North door
Steep path to the South Door

Our Building

Several 19th Century windows

9:00 to midday most days

Grade II* listing

Music and Worship

The bells are a very pleasant and easy going ring. The ringing chamber is up a short, easy stair case.
Until 1901 there were four bells in the tower, three of them dating from c17. In 1901, these bells were recast into a ring of six bells, by Taylor's of Loughborough. In 1988, two trebles, cast by Eijsbout's of Asten (Netherlands), were added by Eayre & Smith.

See the website for details of concerts

A fine organ is used to accompany singing at many services

Holy Communion at 8:00 am every Sunday.
Choral evensong at 5:00 pm on the fourth Sunday of most months.

Robed choir lead worship at 10:00 am most Sundays

Music Group lead 10:00 am worship approximately once a month, usually on the fourth Sunday

Groups, Courses and Activities

Young people meet on alternate Monday afternoons
5:00- 6:00 pm in the church

Monday evenings at 7:00 pm in the Black Dog Public house


The Church and the Church Hall are often used for one off community events.

Meet on Friday evenings


Peters Place meets on the Third Sunday of each month except December at 3:00 pm

Little Fishes meets in the Manor Room on Monday mornings in term-time.

Little Fishes
This group for Mums and toddlers meets at 9:30 every Monday morning in term time


Help for Visitors

There is a leaflet on the history of the building available in church

Church is open for prayer on most weekday mornings

Other Features

We support the foodbank based at Trinity Methodist Church in Oadby

A projector and large screen are used for services where this is appropriate and some community meetings.

St Peter's is the centre of a conservation area which includes the heart of old Oadby.

St Peter's Centre (opposite the church on Wigston Road) has a large hall and several smaller rooms for hire.