The Church of Saint Peter is a Franciscan Church in Jaffa, part of Tel Aviv in Israel.
The church was built in 1654 dedicated to Saint Peter on a medieval citadel that was built by Frederick II and restored by Louis IX of France. However, in the 18th century the church was destroyed twice and thus reconstructed twice. The current structure was built between 1888 and 1894 and last renovated in 1903.
Masses are held in English, Italian, Spanish, Polish and German.