Church of England Diocese of Leicester St. Peter, Bardon Hill

About Us

St Peter’s Church celebrated her centenary in 1999. She was consecrated on Thursday 7 September 1899. The Church was built in memory of Mr and Mrs Breedon Everard of Bardon Quarry for the quarry workers and their families. To this day there is a plate high up on the west wall reading “To the Glory of God and in memory of Breedon and Elizabeth Ann Everard, this church was built in 1899”.

We sing modern and traditional hymns using Mission Praise and use Common Worship material for our Holy Communion services.

We have a service at 10:00am every Sunday (except when there is a fifth Sunday in the month when we join together with Christ Church, Coalville and St Michael's, Ravenstone for a joint benefice Holy Communion).

A warm welcome is always found at St Peter's Church.