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A wedding at St Peter's

On 1st July 2007 the parishes of St Mary the Virgin and St Peter & All Saints were united, bringing together three distinctive church communities in the centre of Nottingham. The new website of the united parish at is developing rapidly but there is still a lot of material on this site that has not yet been incorporated in the new, and it remains here as an archive.

New website

Nottingham City Centre Church Group - the new website of our united parish.

Workplace Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy - part of the outreach of the Nottingham City Centre Church Group
iChaplaincy - the internet branch of the Workplace Chaplaincy


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Music list at St Peter's

The music list is now available on the new website.

Find out all about us our staff, our services, our news
Listen to our clergy from the comfort of your own computer
Read about saints, heroes, the Bible, theology and other matters
Take a guided tour of St Peter's Church and of old Nottingham
Learn about the history of our churches, parish, city & cathedral
Hear our choir and organ and read about our music
Discover the origins of many well-known hymns

St Peter's is the oldest building in continuous use in the City of Nottingham. It has been a place of worship since the eleventh century and today it continues to offer its tradition of worship and opportunities for prayer, peace, reflection and hospitality. We see this as the basis for growing in God's love and His kingdom and seek to be an open and accepting community, where people may explore their faith and grow with each other in communion with God and his world.

Set in the heart of Nottingham, St Peter's also seeks to play its part in the busy life of the City Centre.

We are part of the Diocese of Southwell in the Church of England, a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion.

We hope that you will enjoy these articles about the history of Nottingham and our church; and some of the musical, theological and practical aspects of our life together.

St Peter's Square, Nottingham

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How to contact us

Worship with us
times of the services at St Peter's and All Saints'

Contact page
addresses and opening times

Visitors' Book
leave your name and any comments

How to find us - maps

St Peter's Church - in the centre of Nottingham, next to Marks & Spencer's.
All Saint's Church - near the Arboretum (follow the tram tracks north out of Old Market Square, up Goldsmith Street).
Maps courtesy of


i-churchCan't get to Nottingham? Why not try i-church? (An online Christian community based in the Diocese of Oxford, and part of the Church of England.)

Small print

Anglicans Online: the Anglican Church on the InternetWe are part of the Diocese of Southwell in the Church of England, a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion. For further information about the Anglican church, we warmly recommend Anglicans Online. The weekly editorials on their home page are always worth reading.

OpenSUSEWe are keen to promote the use of Open Source software in general and Linux in particular. So far, one of the PCs in the Church Office is running OpenSUSE Linux , and we hope to extend its use there in time.

Site written using BluefishThese pages are best viewed with your computer turned on, a glass of your favourite beverage in hand, and a Herbert Howells CD playing. They are maintained using Bluefish, another item of Open Source software.

Why not try the new fast Firefox browser?Any old browser will do to view this site, there's nothing particularly flashy here. Your webmaster isn't clever enough for all that sort of thing. But if you use an Open Source browser such as Firefox, he will be delighted.

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Last revised 28th July 2007