St Peter's and All Saints' Churches, Nottingham
St Peter's (next to M & S in Nottingham city centre) holds traditional Anglican services but with an open and inclusive theology. Worship is centred on the Sunday morning Eucharist (10.45 am, but with Matins on the first Sunday of the month) and a quieter, more contemplative service on Sundays at 5.00 pm. The congregation includes people of all ages and from a variety of countries, including students. St Peter's choir has a strong student element is known for being friendly and with an active social life. Weekday church activities include a rough sleepers' drop-in and a mental health support group. A church coffee room (cafe) serves lunches, drinks and snacks Mondays-Saturdays.The worship at All Saints' church (Raleigh Street, just north of NTU city campus) is centred on the Sunday Eucharist at 10.30 am. Again, those who attend are from a range of backgrounds and countries, including students. Church activities include a drama group, a folk-style music group, an asylum seekers' group, and a community 'Peace Garden' in the churchyard.