All are welcome to come along to any of our services or events.
Whether visiting, looking for a church, or interested in finding out more about the Christian faith,
we’d love to see you.
Our Sunday service is at 10:30am in-person at St. Peter’s Church
as well as live-streamed on our YouTube channel.

You can find us on Stapenhill Rd, Burton-on-Trent DE15 9AF or the Glebe School Stanton Road, Burton upon Trent, DE15 9RW.

Mission Statement

As a church, we have a clear vision and strategy: to “love the Lord Jesus, live by the Bible, encourage the Lord’s people and share the good news,” which means our aim is to be a community that reaches out with the gospel – the wonderful news that Jesus was sent by the Father to rescue sinners who deserve his condemnation.

  • Love the Lord Jesus because loving Him (and by implication His Father also) we obey the first and greatest commandment. (Deut 6.5, John 21.15)
  • Live by the Bible because to love the Lord will mean that we take His Word seriously.  We cannot love Him if we treat His Word lightly.  To love Him is to obey His commandments (John 14.15) because only through obeying them can we please Him, make Him glad, follow His will and live a godly life.
  • Encourage the Lord’s people  loving Jesus and living by the Bible will entail being committed to the Lord’s people, to cherish them, support them and do everything we can to help them to live for the Lord Jesus joyfully and wholeheartedly.
  • Share the good news because the Lord’s people are entrusted with the best task of all – of announcing the good news to those who are strangers to it, so they too should be saved and become members of God’s family.



St Peter’s Church takes its duty and obligation to protect all extremely seriously.

The PCC has adopted the national Church of England’s robust procedures and guidelines.

Our parish safeguarding officer is Mr James Hoskins. You can contact him at church or by email You can find more details about our safeguarding policies in the policy section of our website.

To report a safeguarding concern with Diocesan Safeguarding Team please click here 

Church Staff

Interim Minister: Steve Boswell

Church Warden:  Debbie Reith

Parish Administrator: George Attwood

Parochial Church Council

Interim Minister: Steve Boswell

Vice Chairman: Lynn Chapman

Deanery Synod: Lynn Chapman, Gill Jackson

Laity Representatives on the PCC: Dave Cudworth (treasurer), Dave Attwood, Corinne Marsh, Eileen Griffiths, Andrew Warton, Josh Hawthorn 


The main responsibilities of the Council are:

  • For the fabric and finances of the church

  • Together with the staff team to set a strategy for the church

  • Monitoring and evaluation



If you would like to help support the church, please consider giving at the link below.