Welcome to St. Peter’s Church

We are glad you’re here. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church has been praising God since 1761—and we are still at it! 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.

Together, we raise our voice for justice, diversity, and love for all of God’s children and our planet. We invite you to learn more about St. Peter’s and join us for a service on Sunday. There is a place for you here. Learn More »

Sunday Services

9 a.m. Worship Service
9 a.m. Children & Family Service (in St. Peter’s School)
11 a.m. Worship Service with choir


Third and Pine Streets

Upcoming Events


Where We're Invited to Go this Lent

Sunday, St. Peter’s School auditorium
The Rev. Claire Nevin-Field nevin-field@stpetersphila.org
Meet Our Rector: The Rev. Claire Nevin-Field

I have had a lifelong fascination with Jesus, and find him to be: joyful, puzzling, funny, frustrating, humbling, deeply engaging, and life giving. Anne Lamott was right when she called laughter “carbonated holiness.” I find much humor and joy in life—and in church.

I was born in the northeast of England, and I’m delighted that my path has led me to Philadelphia and to St. Peter’s Church. In addition to being rector here, I am also a former nurse midwife and a mother of two daughters. My husband and I (and our dog and three cats) live near the church in Queen Village.

I extend a warm invitation to you and your family to visit St. Peter’s for a Sunday service and let us walk with you on your journey of faith.

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Visit St. Peter's

St. Peter’s Church is located at Third and Pine Streets in the Society Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Parking is available on Sundays in the church’s parking lot at 315 Lombard Street. Street parking is also allowed along on the north side of the 300 block of Pine Street from 8 a.m.–1 p.m. Sundays. SEPTA bus routes 12, 40, and 57 make stops at St. Peter’s.

The main entrance to the church is located through the gate along Pine Street. You are welcome to lock your bike to the wrought iron fence adjacent to the church. Please bring strollers into the church and ushers will assist you.