St Peter's, Cambridge is one of over 350 churches under the care of the Churches Conservation Trust. We are the national charity protecting churches no longer used for regular worship. We care for the churches vested in us by the Church Commissioners of the Church of England, repairing the damage from sometimes years of neglect, and work with local communities to bring them alive again.
St Peter's church was originally built in the eleventh century, and traces of its Saxon past survive in the form of two lovely carved doorways and the stone font, decorated with four mermen grasping their split tails. Mermen may have an ancient link to St Peter, patron saint of fishermen. The church was rebuilt in Georgian times, and is a simple, elegant gem of a building.
Please donate today to support the maintenance cost of this very special place and help us repair it's stained glass window after a recent break in attempt.