St. Peter's Church, Belsize Park, London. Church of England


We are an Anglican Church in the Edmonton Episcopal Area of the Diocese of London.

St Peter's is an attractive Victorian building in the Gothic style with a clock–tower. It was consecrated in 1859, and stands in its own garden, which is enjoyed by many residents and –by.

It offers a warm welcome to many visitors in the course of the year, with several hotels nearby, and has a friendly congregation of all ages and backgrounds.

Our building is also used for Christian worship by St. Gabriel's Ethiopian Orthodox Church.

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2017-18 Programme Announcements

Our arts programme continues with these performances:

Sunday 17 December, 6.30pm: St Peter's Carol Service. Once again the singing will be led by Belsize Community Choir, directed by Sheena Phillips, and they will be singing Christmas items of their own as well as traditional carols. The service ends with mince pies and mulled wine. All are welcome.

Sunday 21 January, 6.30pm: Belsize Baroque, directed by Bojan Cicic, perform Mozart's Symphony No. 55, Haydn's Symphony no. 49 and works by Graupner and Fasch. Tickets on the door: 12

Belsize Baroque"

Further events are planned for the spring, summer and autumn. Watch this space for details.

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St Peter's worship is simple and unfussy in style, and Liberal Catholic in practice.

St Peter's is an inclusive church, affirming the priesthood of women, and accepts all sincere worshippers, regardless of age, race, or sexual orientation.

The Sacrament and Holy Oils are reserved, and there is prayer in the church most weekdays.

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St Peters Interior

Photograph by Nicholas Boyd-Vaughan