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
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Special Notices

Pre-Annual Meeting Sunday Forum:
January 22, 12:10 pm, join parish leaders in a preview of the upcoming Annual Meeting, including reports on the slate of candidates for leadership and the 2017 budget. All are welcome.

Parish Annual Meeting and Potluck:
Sunday, January 29, 2017.

Concert by the Artemis Chamber Society:
Friday, January 27, at 7:30 pm.  Join the ladies of Artemis as they explore classical music inspired by folk traditions from around the world. The program includes four-hand piano works by Brahms, dances by Dvorak, works by contemporary American born composer Eric Whitacre, and the folk song transcriptions of John
Jacob Niles. Along these many journeys we will illuminate the folk roots of Hungary, the Czech Republic, Israel, and the Appalachian Mountains.

CommonCare Schedule:
Due to the New Year's Holiday, CommonCare will serve meals on the first and third Saturdays in January. Our next meal will be on Jan. 21. Consider volunteering if you are able. All are welcome!

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!