St Peter's is a Church of England church situated in the centre of Whetstone in Church Lane (Map), Post Code LE8 6BA. Our mission statement is, "As the congregation of the Parish of St. Peter's Whetstone, we commit ourselves to working together to extend the Kingdom of God in our community and worldwide." Our action plan focuses on "Keeping Christ at the centre of our lives and living by his teachings," and "Serving Christ in others and offering his love to all."

We are always delighted to welcome new visitors. Don't be afraid to ask for help. Don't just sit at the back out of the way. Please make yourself known. Please feel free to light a candle for someone. We are all here as a "Family of God" to worship together. We are a living church seeking to show God's love made known in Jesus for people of all ages.

Parish Magazine -October

The latest edition of the Parish Magazine for St. Michael and All Angels, Cosby and St Peters, Whetstone, including the Vicar's Letter by Rev'd Chris Allen, is now available to read online.


1st Sunday of the Month,9.30AM:
All Age Eucharist
Sunday 9.30 AM: Parish Eucharist
Wednesday 9.15 AM: Holy Communion

After Services we serve coffee, tea, squash, and biscuits.

For Special Services, please visit our Special Services page.


"St Peter's Church also runs St Peter's Parish Centre please visit www.

Church News and Prayer Communication

This has been a year when we have sustained very many stresses strains and shocks to our families and our way of life. The lockdown is easing, but the continuing effects of the lockdown are continuing to make themselves felt. Many Community groups are not meeting and changing patterns of economic life are leading to a great many redundancies. Most recently, the effects of the lockdown have caused problems in the world of education. The Health Service is also having to work hard to recover. When a finely tuned and complex society faces the dislocations which we have faced this year, it is inevitable that the effects will continue for sometime. Much that we had regarded as unchanging and dependable has proved not to be so, and that can be unsettling for many people. We have discovered however, that some things are dependable. We have rediscovered the true worth of people. We have rediscovered the capacity of people to respond to the needs of others when they need help, both professionally and in families and communities. People have remained there for us.

In today's Gospel the disciples discovered the true worth of Jesus, their teacher, companion and friend. They realised that the love and compassion and truth that he displayed could only be divine. His humanity could only be described as divine humanity. Peter voiced their thoughts when he blurted out "You are the Son of the Living God." In Jesus we see that there's something divine about humanity. We also realise that the perfect human life we see in Jesus, in all its compassion, insight and love, can only come from God. In Jesus we see God living a human life. Jesus, therefore, holds out for us, too, the possibility of living human life more as it's meant to be.


Safeguarding of Children and Adults.

St Peter's Church, Whetstone, Parochial Church Council (PCC) have adopted Safeguarding policies for children, young people and adults. Promoting a Safer Church and commits to the implication of these policies.

It is recognised that it is the responsibly of everybody to prevent the physical, emotional, sexual, financial and spiritual abuse of vulnerable people and to report any such abuse that we discover or suspect.

The PCC have appointed a Child Safeguarding Co-Coordinator and an Adult Safeguarding Co-Coordinator. If you would like to see the policy documents or discuss anything, please contact them They can be found on our Contact Us page


We now have a space for parents and children to relax, play or read at the back of the church.Please give it a try