Welcome to St. Peter's Episcopal Church!
NOTICE: CHURCH OPEN FOR LIMITED IN-PERSON SUNDAY WORSHIP. SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY WORSHIP CONTINUES TO BE LIVE-STREAMED
Because of limited seats available, advanced reservations recommended for in person worship. Click In-Person Worship button for more information. Click On-line Worship button for more information and to connect to the livestream on Sundays and Wednesdays.
Supporting St. Peter's
All things come of thee, O Lord. And of thine own have we given thee.
In this year's Stewardship Campaign all parishioners and friends of St. Peter's are asked to prayerfully consider making a Pledge of support to St. Peter's for 2021, All Pledges are gratefully received. Stewardship Thanksgiving Sunday is October 25. The Stewardship Committee asks that all Pledge Cards be received by the church by November 8, Click below for more information.
Responding to Racist Violence
The Episcopal Church is committed to dismantling racism and to promote racial healing, justice and reconciliation. Click on the button to learn more about what the Church is doing to respond to racist violence.
Will you strive for justice and peace among all
people, and respect the dignity of every human
being? I will, with God’s help.
Baptismal Covenant p.305 BCP
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. They lead our worship and look forward with other parishioners in greeting you when you come to worship.
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.
Whether you are part of our limited in person worship at 10am on Sundays or you participate in the worship service via our livestream broadcast, 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).