St. Peter’s is a small, multi-generational and racially diverse congregation in the East End that is quick to welcome anyone who comes in our doors.

Food Distribution: Looking Out for One Another

St. Peter’s, in cooperation with the Peter Paul Development Center, distributes food to neighbors in need on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. The food is packaged on Tuesday afternoons beginning at 3:00 p.m. (taking about 1 hour). It is distributed on Wednesday mornings starting at 8:30 a.m. and lasting about 2 hours. Bible Study and Coffee is also held on Wednesday mornings during the food distribution. Volunteers are needed on both days. To volunteer and learn more, speak to Dr. Ronald Carey at church on Sunday, or email

Crab Feast Turning into a Fish Fry

Our annual Crab Feast will not be held this fall because of the pandemic. It’s not all bad news though! We are planning a fish fry for Saturday, October 24, which will be pre-order and curb side pick up. Stay tuned to this website and our Facebook page for details.

“There is an attention to looking out for one another at St. Peter’s that has stuck with me throughout my life.”

Wayne Johnson, a life-long member of St. Peter’s

Your questions answered …

How are you maintaining community during the pandemic?

St. Peter’s is a family of faith who loves to be with each other, with YOU, and our community. We’re maintaining and growing our community through our weekly online sermons; Sunday worship and fellowship time; our twice monthly food distribution; Bible studies, and other outreach to our Church Hill neighbors. Come join us!