Make a 2020 Pledge

Every year we ask those who are part of St. Peter’s community to pledge their support to the church. Knowing your commitment helps the vestry and staff plan for the year ahead. Your pledge goes to support our dynamic clergy, our historic church building, inspiring music, food for our neighbors, and faith formation for all ages. Thank you for your generosity!


Pay Your Pledge Online

If you’d like to pay your pledge online, you will be required to sign up with our online donation service, AccessACS. The first time you visit its site, under the blue “Sign In” box you will see “Need a login? Click here.” Click there, then follow the on-screen instructions. You will receive an e-mail with a username and password. Log in, and click the “Giving” tab at the top of the screen.

Click here to sign up

If you have trouble, e-mail Kate Randall or call 215-925-5968. Once you’ve signed up, all you will need to make a payment are your e-mail address (or assigned username) and the password you selected. Just click here and sign in.

Contribute to the Opening Doors campaign

St. Peter’s Church is raising money to build a new Parish House. You can make a contribution online to support the project by clicking the donate button and select “Opening Doors” from the drop down menu.

Make a Donation

St. Peter’s Church relies on the generosity of its members and friends. Any contribution, no matter the amount, is greatly appreciated. Donations may be made securely online by clicking the button below.

Or you can send a check to: St. Peter’s Church, 313 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106. Please contact the parish office at 215-925-5968 if you have questions about making a donation. The St. Peter’s Food Cupboard also accepts online donations.

Planned Giving

By making the choice to remember the church in your will or estate plans, you ensure that St. Peter’s will have the resources we need to continue our mission and ministries for many years to come. The 1761 Society recognizes parishioners who have made a commitment to the future life and ministry of St. Peter’s by remembering the parish in their estate plans. Click here to learn more about planned giving opportunities and becoming a member of the 1761 Society.