St. Peter’s has worship at the center of our community’s life.  Each week we gather around the altar at the center of our sanctuary for worship and communion.

 Sunday worship

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 enquiries about worship, please email

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. 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, email

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

Your Questions Answered

What happens after church on Sunday?

We gather as a family for coffee, food, and fellowship in our parish hall, which is in the building beside the sanctuary. Come join us! Want to sign up to bring food to coffee hour?  Simply sign up on the calendar located in the parish hall next to the kitchen window.  

Faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.

Hebrews 11:1