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Welcome to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. A theologically progressive Christian church, St. Peter’s is a safe place to explore or deepen your faith, a joyful place to worship, and a lively place to connect with others. We believe that God created all there is and declared it to be good. We believe that all people are beloved by God and are of equal worth and dignity.

Together, we raise our voices for justice, serve our neighbors and our city, and care for our planet and all of God’s creation. We invite you to participate in our life of prayer, learning, and service.

Worship & Prayer Services

As we keep one another safe during the pandemic, all our services and events are virtual at this time.

We have special services for children as well. Click here to see the schedule for children’s services.

Recent Sunday Services & videos


Jun 20
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Family Worship Service
Jun 20
10:00 am - 10:50 am
Bible 101
Jun 20
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sunday Worship Service
Jun 20
7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Compline Service

Recent Sermons

We Belong to Each Other

One of my favorite things about being an Episcopalian is that we celebrate Easter for a full 50 days. It’s this reminder that it takes …

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Don’t Give Up!

Many of you may have heard of Fr. Jim Martin, the Jesuit priest who is a writer and progressive social commentator. I happened to see …

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Shall we build three dwellings?

White Episcopalians commemorate Absalom Jones by getting off the mountain and staying in the struggle” Good morning, God’s people! This is the last week of …

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From the rector

New Life in God

Alleluia! Christ is Risen! We say that every year on Easter, in fact, almost every Sunday of the Church Year, and some years it is …

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A Kind Lent this Year

Once again we prepare to walk the way of Lent. A journey we may have traveled many times before, but that, like everything else, feels …

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A Moment of Revelation

My Dear Siblings in Christ, Like many of you, I was filled with a mix of emotions as I watched the horror unfold in the …

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