Welcome to St Peter’s Church in the heart of Harrogate.

Our doors are open from 8.00am till 5.15pm, Monday to Saturday, and until immediately after the 6.30pm service on Sunday.  St Mary’s chapel is almost always available for quiet prayer and as a place of peace in the centre of our busy town.

Life at St Peter’s is lively and varied and there is something for all ages. We offer new ways to worship God alongside our traditional services – from cafe to cathedral style.  Our strong musical tradition includes an excellent robed choir and a flourishing music group.

Six days a week we provide a daily hot breakfast for the homeless and every evening we give away food parcels to the hungry. St Peter’s is also a centre for community activities, concerts, exhibitions and civic events. We try to build strong links with local businesses, the voluntary sector and public services, whilst providing a welcome to visitors from throughout the UK and further afield.

Why not come along and see for yourself?


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  • Fostering North Yorkshire – Find out more

    If you have ever thought about fostering and would like more information about this valuable service to children and young people, come along to St Peter’s Foyer where an advisor will be happy to help.  The campaign runs from 20th September to 1st October and is organised by North Yorkshire County Council.

  • Harrogate and Kirkentilloch Male Voice Choirs joint concert

    These two acclaimed Male Voice Choirs will perform in St Peter’s on Saturday 24 September at 7.30pm.  The concert is in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and tickets are available from P & C Music, Skipton Road, on the door, or by telephoning John Corrin on 01423 887627.

  • Harvest Festival – Sunday 2 October

    We celebrate Harvest this year on Sunday 2 October and are grateful for all the gifts you bring.  Harvest produce is then distributed to families and individuals throughout the parish and beyond, so we appreciate anything which is non-perishable, such as tinned foods, biscuits, chocolates, tea, coffee etc.  Thank you for your support.

  • CEILIDH – with the Village Hop Band

    Remember ‘The Dashing White Sergeant‘ or ‘Strip The Willow‘ ?  If you enjoy a Ceilidh keep Saturday 15 October free – Our family event is being held in St Luke’s Community Centre at 7.00pm.  Tickets which include a buffet supper, are £10 for adults and accompanied children are FREE!  Booking in advance is essential so  [Read the rest…]


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