God’s love transforms us and empowers us to transform the lives of others through service to our neighbors and our world. You are invited to get involved—whether you can give an hour here and there, or make an ongoing commitment—there is a place for you.
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St. Peter’s Food Cupboard
St. Peter’s Food Cupboard has provided food for local families in need since 1987. We distribute food (including meats, fresh fruits and vegetables) by an open-choice system, feeding an average of 180 families each week. Volunteers are needed Saturday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Learn more…
The Canterbury School in Guatemala City is a school of 175 students from preschool through sixth grade. St. Peter’s supports the school through donations and the sale of Juan-Ana Coffee from the San Lucas Mission in Guatemala. Each summer, a group from St. Peter’s Church travels to The Canterbury School to participate in a service project. Learn more…
St. Peter’s is a member of POWER (Philadelphians Organized to Witness Empower & Rebuild), a coalition of congregations from all across the city, intentionally bringing people together across the lines of race, faith, income level and neighborhood. We are people of faith committed to the work of bringing about justice here and now, in our city and our region. Learn more…
Camp Get-Along is a camp in the urban community of Southeast Philadelphia that provides a safe, supportive environment for children. Its main goal is to build a better generation for the future, one that is considerate, understanding, loving and responsible. Learn more…
Other Service Opportunities
St. Peter’s Church proudly supports:
- Episcopal Community Services, a Philadelphia-based social service agency that empowers vulnerable individuals and families by affirming human dignity and promoting social justice.
- ONE, an international campaigning and advocacy organization of more than 3.5 million people taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.