St Peter's Bethnal Green is a 19th-century church in Bethnal Green, London, England. Built as the first of a group of new churches which, in a remarkable church planting movement led by Bishop Blomfied, came to be known as the ‘12 apostles of Bethnal Green’. This was an offshoot of Blomfield’s Metropolitan Church Fund for Bethnal Green churches.
In the summer of 2010 the church entered into a church planting partnership with St Paul's Shadwell to re-energise the church. Since then the congregation has grown from 20 to 120. There are many community project undertaken and three different types of Sunday service offered at 10am and 11am across a regular month. It is a 'cross-tradition' Anglican church in the Diocese of London, with a mixture of sacramental and charismatic worship, and with a strong emphasis on connecting with the parish.