Welcome to St. Peter's Episcopal Church!

NOTICE: ALL SUNDAY  WORSHIP AND OTHER SERVICES CONTINUE TO BE LIVE-STREAMED WITH LIMITED IN-PERSON WORSHIP.

The Bishop of Easton is now allowing limited in-person worship in all churches in the Diocese of Easton, including St. Peter's, Click the In Person Worship button for more information. You can participate in worship through our livestream broadcast and video recordings.  Click  On-line Worship button for more information and to connect to the livestream worship.

HELPING THE HOMELESS

St. Peter's is a strong supporter of Salisbury's Community Emergency Shelter Program (CESP) to provide a warm place for homeless men to stay overnight during the winter months.  

This year, due to the pandemic, the shelter is being housed in a central location, the Langler Building in back of Wicomico Presbyterian Church and accessed by E. Chestnut St. off North Division Street in Salisbury..

There are three ways you can help participate in this ministry:

  1.  Volunteer during St. Peter's week of January 16 through 22.  Cook or serve a meal, check people in, stay in evening or overnight.  To find out what is available Contact Scott Mahler today at 443-765-8389 or sdm12342002@gmail.com. Thank you!
  2. Donate to St. Peter's CESP Fund.  All donations will go to support the work of CESP and help with critical supplies and needs.  Write your check to St.;Peter's Church and put CESP in the memo line.  Mail to St. Peters, 115 St. Peters St., Salisbury, MD 21801.  Or give online through Give Plus -- choose CESP.  Click on the Give Page and then click the Give Online button...  
  3. Donate Clothes or Supplies to the Shelter.  There is a drop off box at church inside the Parish Office doors.  Access is limited to Sunday mornings.  Or drop items off directly at the Langler building from 4pm-7pm while the shelter is open.  Click here for a list of clothes and supplies needed.

The Rev. David Michaud

Our mission is "to know and to share the love of Christ."  Our church was built in 1887 and is a magnificent example of Italian Romanesque construction, with intricate brickwork and more than 50 stained glass windows. Our spiritual leader is Father David Michaud, the rector and clergy person who serves the parish along with our Assistant Rector Adele Hatfield and Deacon Laura McCarthy.  They lead our worship and look forward with other parishioners in greeting you when you come to worship.

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Join Us For Worship On Sundays!

Our worship connects God's people in the sacred space of the church with some of the world's most ancient and beautiful Christian liturgies, prayers and music that draw us to the divine.  We believe that everyone is made in the image of God and so we seek to know and to share the love of Christ by welcoming all to worship in a loving, non-judgmental way as the beloved community of Jesus. 

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We are grateful for your presence as we give our praise and worship to God every Sunday. See our in person worship and our worship on line pages for more information on how you can participate.  Free parking is available on the street and in municipal lots (click here for parking information).