Welcome

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

 

Special Notices (scroll down to see all)


Food For The Poor Sunday: May 22

On Sunday, May 22, we will again welcome the Reverend Bruce Torrey to worship with us.  He speaks for those who have no voice – The Third World destitute served by Food For The Poor, an interdenominational ministry providing food, clothing, medical care, housing and economic development programs in the Caribbean and Latin America. Fr. Torrey travels throughout the US introducing people of The First World to the people of The Third World.  Bruce brings 31 years of experience in parish ministry in the dioceses of Long Island NY, Rochester NY and Connecticut, including a number of mission trips to Central American and the Caribbean, to his vocation of begging for the poor.  For more information about this important ministry, visit www.foodforthepoor.org.


Announcement: Two from Saint Peters to join the delegation visiting Cambridge's sister city in El Savador
​This summer Rachel Wyon and Christian Brocato will travel with others to San Jose Las Flores to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the city's reestablishment following the 1980s war, a time when El Salvadorean armed forces engaged in systematic violence against the poor. Among the many murdered during this time were the archbishop of El Salvador, Oscar Romero, along with ​four​ US church women, ​six​ Jesuit priests, and ​two​ women ​from the university of Central America, martyred for denouncing the military's human rights violations. View a flyer announcing an upcoming fundraising event for the trip at the Amigos School.

Climate Summit III: May 21, 10:00 - 1:00 pm
A collaboration between Saint Peter's Church and the South Asian Center of Cambridge, this is our third Climate Summit.  The speakers are the Rev. Fred Small, Imam Agha Medhi and Avani Bansal.  Lunch will be included.  For questions or more information, please email sacclimate@gmail.com.

Grand Harmonie in Concert: May 27                                  Please join us on Friday, May 27th at 7:30 p.m. for Grand Harmonie’s final performance of the 2015-2016 season.  Closing the season is Brass Menagerie, featuring music for 18th and 19th century brasswinds. The program includes the rarely performed Grand Quartet of Jacques-Francois Gallay, a natural horn virtuoso from 19th century France, and Beethoven’s Drei Equali (three equal parts) for four trombones. Rounding out the program are two of Mozart’s popular Divertimenti, fanfares by C.P.E. Bach, Salieri, and more.  Tickets are $20 ($12 for students and seniors) and may be purchased online through their website or at the door on the night of the concert.  (www.grandharmonie.org).  


New Resident Ensemble at the Parish
Saint Peter's welcomes Incendium Novum as our resident ensemble. For more information, see Concerts.