We're glad that you have found us! At Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church, we invite all to worship with us on Sunday mornings and during the week. 
At Saint Peter's  you'll find:
  • A welcoming, diverse, and warm community committed to God and one another.
  • Worship services that are faithful to scripture and a deep faith tradition that explore the mysteries of our relationship wit God  and one another.
  • A joyful community of believers that asks probing questions without expecting easy answers.
  • A parish community that includes college and university students, young professionals, children, singles, partnered couples, and lifelong parishioners
What's Happening at Saint Peter's
(Scroll down to see special notices)


Special note: As of Feb. 17, The Rev. Dr. Christian Brocato is no longer rector at Saint Peter's. The Rev. William Albinger will be serving as our priest until the end of June. Bill will be in his office at Saint Peter's on Tuesdays from 1:00-3:00 PM and Wednesdays from 10 AM-Noon, to listen, counsel, or just to talk. He is also available to meet outside of office hours and make home or hospital visits. If you need him, please call the church administrator; she will connect you with Bill (617-547-7788).

Coming to Saint Peter’s in June - The Music Ministry of Union Baptist Church is honored to present a Concert of Black Sacred Music to be held at Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church on June 17, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. The concert is a commemoration of Juneteenth, June 19, 1865, the day of the announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas and the emancipation of the enslaved African Americans in the Confederate South. Juneteenth is a day of somber reflection on the history of slavery in these United States and the struggle following emancipation. It is also a day of celebration of the spirit of persistence, resistance, and faith that has brought the African American community this far.  Through music, the concert will tell the story of the journey from slavery to freedom and the struggle that continues today. Three distinguished artists from the faculty of Berklee College of Music will be featured: Nedelka Prescod and Donna McElroy, vocalists, and Dennis Montgomery on vocals and Hammond organ.

Sunday Morning Childcare: 

Saint Peter's offers childcare and a class for children during the Sunday 10:30 am Service. Please bring your children to the Saint Elizabeth's Chapel which is at the back of the church sanctuary on the main floor. You are welcome to stay with your child if you like. All children are welcome!