We welcome you for in-person worship! We also stream and record our services, which appear on St. Peter's YouTube and Facebook. (You can view a recent service below in our Welcome section.) When joining us in person, it is recommended by the CDC at this time that you wear a facemask.
On our Home Page: See our Upcoming Events further down the page. Click on Sermons & News to read a recent message from Reverend Valerie, view a recent service, listen to sermons, find newsletters, and view parish photos. Click on Learning for info about our Christian Formation. Top menu bar: Service descriptions tell you a little about our worship; visit Contact Us to send us an email, call, or sign up for Remind texts about parish events. Bottom of page: Map to locate us, links to our social media.
Children Preschool through 2nd Grade are invited to come to the Chapel for the first part of the 10:15 AM service on June 12, 19, and 26, where we will have Children's Chapel before rejoining our families in the sanctuary.
A blessed community of faith
in the Diocese of New Jersey
Thank you for worshiping with us.
May the peace of the Lord be with you.
About St. Peter's
St. Peter's is a welcoming and active Christian community of disciples in the Episcopal tradition. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we follow Christ in prayer and praise, study and service. Our engaged laity are led by our priest, with support from our deacon and staff.
Each of our three weekend worship services has its own character, and all include Holy Communion, which all baptized Christians are invited to receive, including young children. We also have a healing service on Wednesday mornings, a prayer vine, and healing prayers for any who come forward at the beginning of our worship services. We offer Sunday School from preschool through high school confirmation. For adults, we offer Bible Study and other opportunities for spiritual learning, formation and growth.
Since 2015, we are honored to be a Jubilee Ministry Center, based on our ministry of joint discipleship in Christ with poor and oppressed people to meet basic human needs and to build a just society. We have regular food drives, volunteer at a Camden breakfast program, help support a school in Haiti, and offer our space to a Boy Scout troop, several AA meetings, and other community groups. We enjoy fellowship through doing ministry together and other special fellowship events just for fun.
We invite you to watch our video and to check out our playlist of "What St. Peter's Means To Me" videos on our YouTube channel. View a video tour or a service, too.
We invite you to join us at any time. Guests are expected!
Check back often to see whether new events have been added. If you have a question about an event, please contact us! You can also sign up for our emails and for Remind Texts.
Note: Our last day of Sunday School for our PreK-5th Grade Class in 2021-22 will be June 5! (No class on May 29.) More info on our Christian Formation for children/youth: Learning & Prayer