We warmly welcome all to God's table and God's service. We are people of diverse backgrounds and differing opinions, united in our faith and care for each other. We especially welcome children in our worship, wanting them to know that they have a place in God's house.
We worship in the Episcopal tradition, using the beautiful services in The Book of Common Prayer. Our music is a blend of traditional and contemporary hymns.
Family of Friends
Our parishioners meet regularly for fellowship and service. We enjoy each other's company and welcome new friends to join us. We've been serving our community for many years. Our ministries include Friendly Kitchen, a weekly meal for those in need and a food pantry.
Our church thrives on the variety of ages and experiences of our members. Come meet a few of our parishioners, including new and longtime members.
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 virus and the need to protect our visitors, parishioners, and staff, Sunday Services will not be held until after Labor Day. Please check our website for updates in the event this date is extended to a later time.
Sunday, 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite I
A reflective service, using traditional language.
Sunday, 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist, Rite II
A quiet service using contemporary language, with hymns and choir.
The search for our new rector is underway. We have prepared a profile of our parish to share with prospective candidates who would like to learn more about St. Peter's. We are accepting applications until Saturday, August 1st, 2020. Please read our profile for additional information.
Come and See!
The Episcopal Church is a worldwide family that welcomes people from all backgrounds and life experiences. Hear more from Episcopalians around the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Find community with us. Come and see what we're about!
Wondering what parish life is like at St. Peter's? Click here to visit our photo gallery. A picture may be worth a thousand words, but it's no substitute for an in-person visit. We look forward to greeting you!