The St. Peter's Centre is a 100-year-old building that has been renovated and brought back to life, in order to have a building fit for purpose with activities and events that serve the community of Loughborough the whole week through.
St. Peter's was built in 1911 and was once a hub of community activity. In recent years it was made redundant as a parish church and lay unused for a number of years. However, as a result of many prayers and a great partnership between Elim Church and Open Heaven Church, enough money was raised for a massive refurbishment project and the building reopened in 2013.
The building now has a glass fronted entrance leading straight into St Peter’s cafe, a fully operational commercial kitchen, a large auditorium and meeting rooms of different sizes for all types of events. On top of two Sunday services, other activities include a monthly Messy Church, a café for the elderly, a weekly creative movement class for pre-schoolers, a weekly parent and toddler group, marriage and parenting courses, Alpha events and community festivals.