'Thank you for your interest in this beautiful Anglican, inclusive Church situated at the heart of St Peter-in-Thanet, Broadstairs. We are one of three Church of England Parishes in Broadstairs - which is in Thanet in North-East Kent. Together with other local Churches we try to share something of God's love for all.

There has been a worshipping Church situated on our site for over 1,000 years. We are privileged to continue this tradition and aspire to live as followers of Jesus in a rapidly changing world with faith and joy.

We hope that you enjoy looking through what we try to do at St Peter's Church. Please click on any of the links above. Perhaps even more importantly - we hope to have the opportunity to meet you in person.'

The Rev'd Jan Durrans

Priest in Charge St Peter in Thanet, Broadstairs.


Please click HERE for a Brief Introduction to St Peter's

For list of events  please go to Notice Board

The Tower has now been saved! So our Fundraising Appeal has turned its attention to its buildings, which are the hub of the local community.

St Peter's Church

St Peters Church

  Church inside

Church interior

                                             Church inside

                     Choir and

          St Peter's Church Halls
- the local Community Centre



Church Hall

                 Church Hall

Portland Centre

                               Portland Centre

If you wish to see the progress of our HLF Application, then have a look - HERE 

For more details on our fundraising needs, please see ‘Buildings Appeal - Update’ page

A Brief Introduction to St Peter's

Our Purpose is to reach out within the community, worshipping Christ and welcoming all regardless of sex, age, tradition, condition or orientation.

Specifically, we do this through:-

* Our worship, which includes both modern (Common Worship) and traditional (Book of Common Prayer) services.  These are held every day of the week, with a fine organ and robed choir helping to lead the main services and festivals.  Baptisms, weddings and funerals are also a regular part of our ministry.

*   Sprats (Parent and Toddler Group) meeting Monday & Thursday mornings during term time.

   Children at Sprats

Tea bar at sprats

   Tea Bar

Home Groups which meet weekly, and where we share Bible passages and/or topical moral issues, prayers and fellowship.  

Various social groups which meet midweek e.g. bell ringers (we have a peal of eight bells), Monday at Seven, a Women’s Group, a Book Circle, a Poetry Group, and a Prayer Hub.  Church members also arrange larger events such as Quiz evenings and Suppers.St Peters Parish Church

Our buildings, which include a beautiful 12th Century church, and two very well equipped church halls which are of course open for the wider public’s use and/or hire.  Not only is the main church hall open weekday mornings for anyone to call by for a sit for a chat or free coffee, but we also sponsor a weekly Lunch Club for more elderly members.

The History of St. Peter-the-Apostle Church in Thanet

Jill Hogben’s tremendous book about our church’s history is available from the Parish Office. Her two years’ research and hard work has culminated in a fascinating and enlightening reference book about St Peter’s for which we are hugely grateful. Priced at only £10 per copy, all profits will go to St Peter’s.

Delivery has come at last !

* Being located in the historic village of St Peter’s,  we have strong links with local groups such as schools, uniformed organisations, and of course the St Peter’s Village Tour. Find us

Our equally valued links with other local churches - not only the two other Anglican churches in Broadstairs (Holy Trinity and St Andrew's, with both of whom we share a formal Group Ministry) within our parish.  We are also founder members of Churches Together in Broadstairs and St Peter’s.