St. Peter’s has worship at the center of our community’s life.
We are not able to worship in person because of the pandemic. Instead we meet for worship and fellowship via Zoom every Sunday at noon. Additionally, the reading of the Gospel and a sermon are posted here on the website for each Sunday. If you would like to join us via Zoom please the church and we’ll send you the link.
Post-pandemic, our Sunday worship is at 11 a.m. Episcopal Worship at St. Peter’s is halfway between Baptist and Roman Catholic. We sing mostly from the African American Heritage Hymnal while having Communion every Sunday. Children are welcome in our worship space. Baptisms take place primarily on four dates a year or when the Bishop is visiting with us. Any inquiries about worship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Bible Study
We have several neighborhood bible studies. The longest running takes place on the first and third Wednesday of the month at 9 a.m. during our food distribution. It will resume after the pandemic. We also offer Bible study via Zoom on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. Church members gather with community members to ask questions about what the Bible is saying to our real life circumstances. All are welcome. For further info, contact Lindsay Komline.
Sunday School and Children’s Ministry
Fourth Sundays are Youth Sundays when we have special offerings for children to learn bible lessons and we also offer a child family meal. For further info about Sunday School and Children’s ministry email email@example.com.
Meet our clergy
St. Peter’s is honored to welcome the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White as our Interim Vicar. Dorothy is the fourth of five children born to Oscar N. and Dorothy D. White of Knoxville, Tennessee. She was raised in a Christian home and came to love the LORD at an early age.
Dorothy received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She went on to earn a Master of Arts in Theology from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has also earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Samuel Dewitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University in Richmond.
Most recently Dorothy served as School Chaplain at St. Catherine’s School in Richmond. Additional duties included serving as a Teacher of Religion and Philosophy. Currently she serves as Interim Vicar at St. Peter’s Episcopal as well as an Associate at St. John’s and St. Mark’s Episcopal Churches in Richmond.
Our Deacon is The Reverend Deacon Karla Hunt. She was ordained 29 September 2018 as a vocational deacon after 30+ years as a lay member at St. John’s Episcopal Church. She is a retired geologist with two adult daughters and a 13-month old granddaughter. She is also the leader of the pack of two lab mix ‘pound puppies.’
Deacon Karla has been with us here at St. Peter’s since August 2019 participating in the food distribution program, pastoral care and healing prayer.
Your Questions Answered
Who are the leaders at St. Peter’s?
Episcopal Churches are led first and foremost by Jesus Christ as our savior and redeemer. Episcopal Churches are part of a diocese, a geographical grouping of churches. St. Peter’s is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. Our leaders at St. Peter’s are the priest and the Vestry, an elected group of members. We are in a transition until our new priest arrives. Dr. Ronald Carey is the Sr. Warden of the church. St. Peter’s is unique in many ways including our involvement of all members of the church. On the sidebar to the right you can see our contact information. Come join us!
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in your sight, O Lord, my strength and my redeemer.Psalm 19:14