Welcome to St. Peter's Copt Oak

Welcome to St. Peter's Copt Oak. Situated on the edge of the Charnwood Forest, the church stands set back from the road behind the Copt Oak Inn.

 

It was built in 1837 to a design by Mr R.W Railton and is a Grade 2 listed building with its own churchyard. It has a ring of six bells and an active team of bellringers. Facilities include: kitchen, toilet, ample car park and ramp for wheelchair access. The Church Family at St Peter’s is a dedicated and enthusiastic group who generate a caring and friendly atmosphere. We are committed to sharing the Christian message within our local community and enjoy working together in social and fundraising activities. Our special events and Sunday services are advertised in the Copt Oak Inn and local magazines. If you would like to join us at any of these we would be delighted to welcome you.

Times of our regular services vary from Sunday to Sunday throughout the month, so please check the calendar below for information about specific days (click on the text for more information).  
In addition. St. Peter’s holds a number of social and fundraising events throughout the year. Please see the What's On page for details of forthcoming events.

 

THE CHURCH AND COVID-19

THE REALLY GOOD NEWS IS: that we are now holding church services in the churches in our Benefice.

A full risk assessment has been carried out by the church wardens and approved by the area dean and precautions are in place, varying at each venue.  

Please wear facemasks. If that’s not possible, please contact your church warden in advance if possible.

Gallery
P1000905
P1000549
aIMG_1914 (002)
P1010268
P1000165
aFlower Festivals  Ulverscroft 003
Where to find us

St. Peter's Church is located next to the Copt Oak Inn.  It is accessed by a drive immediately to the left of the Pub.  There is a car park next to the Church.

St. Peter's Copt Oak

Whitwick Road

Copt Oak

Markfield

LE67 9QB

 

Please note that correspondence should not be sent to this address. Letters, enquiries etc should be sent to the Rectory in Markfield.

P1000905