St. Peter’s is an Anglican church in the heart of Mowbray, Cape Town. It’s our dream that St. Peter’s will be a church family that’s good news, and makes a positive contribution in Jesus’ name to our community, city and country. Mowbray is a ‘hub’; an area of the city through which thousands of people pass through from all over the world. At St. Peter’s we have a chance, through our unique location opposite the station and taxi rank, to be that positive influence. If that’s something you want to be part of, come and join us. Find St Peter’s on a Map

Dave and Bev Meldrum Dave, our Rector, has been at St. Peter’s since March 2010. Originally from the UK he and his wife Bev moved to Cape Town from London. Dave was brought up in Edinburgh and studied English at varsity. He spent a year working for Scripture Union in schools before moving to the London to work with homeless people. Bev was working at the same project, which is where they met. Dave was ordained in the Church Of England in 2001. Bev now works is a social entrepreneur & photographer.

Church Archives If you have a query about information that is held in our archives, whether from the church or the old St. Peter’s cemetery in Observatory, please do send an email to our Church Office with details of your enquiry.

Church Office The church office is open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. You can call us on 021-689-1903 or email us here. Our temporary Administrator is the lovely Gayle Green, and she’ll be happy to help you any way she can.

Church Facilities We’re privileged to have a beautiful building in the heart of Mowbray. That building is ls looked after by many different people, but two people deserve a special mention. One is Tessa, who helps keep the insides clean; the other is Wilson who looks after the garden and various plants. If you see them around, say hello!

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