Welcome to St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Central Square, Cambridge!

We're glad that you have found us. St. Peter’s is a warm and welcoming community of faith that celebrates its diversity as we strive to live into our Baptismal Covenant and Mission Statement. St. Peter's proudly Believes Out Loud and is affiliated with Integrity USA.

On these pages, we hope that you’ll find a brief introduction to our life that we share in common. We also hope that you might be inspired to come and visit us in person. We are conveniently located in Central Square, Cambridge. Call our office at (617) 547-7788 for more information on any our ministries or services. Or, attend a Sunday morning service and find out more what we have to offer. All are welcome!

 What's Happening at St. Peter's


Thursday, March 26 at 7:00 p.m.
Spiritual Reflection on 
Guantánamo Diary
PhD Candidate from Harvard, Marisa Egerstrom, will give an overview and lead a discussion, “Prayers in the Dark: A Spiritual Reflection on the Guantánamo Diary” by Mohamedou Slahi, a prisoner in Guantánamo.  All are welcome to attend.  Please, use the 13 Sellers Street entrance.

An Insider’s Experience of the Hajj to Mecca
Join us at St. Peter’s Cambridge for 
Wednesday Adult Forums 
Unprecedented in scope, Sacred Journeys with Bruce Feiler will forever change how you view your own spiritual journey. This is the promise of the excellent 6-part PBS series on pilgrimage released in 2014 by the WGBH Educational Foundation.

On March 18 and 25, at 7:30 p.m. we will host Imam Fenni, Nicole Mossalam, our neighbors from the Prospect Street Mosque, along with several others who participated in the Hajj to Mecca on one of the pilgrimages featured in the series.

Our guests will join us for these two evenings as we view the DVD, which goes behind closed doors of the Hajj in Mecca for a rare, intimate look at the pilgrims making the trip of a lifetime. The evenings will also feature discussion with and among our guests about their experience.

Wednesday evenings at St. Peter’s begin with a contemplative Eucharist service followed by a light supper and the evening adult forum. You are warmly invited to participate in any or all segments of the evening as follows:

6:00 pm Eucharist in the Good Shepherd chapel  (enter at 838 Massachusetts Avenue at Sellers Street)
6:45 pm Light supper in the undercroft 
(enter at 13 Sellers Street)
7:30 pm Adult forum in the undercroft 
(enter at 13 Sellers Street)