We believe that children are gifts from God. They bring their own spiritual gifts and perspectives, both giving and receiving ministry. They are an essential and integral part of the St. Peter’s community. Christian formation that is engaging, creative and welcoming fosters a deeper relationship with God, helps children connect their story to the larger Christian story and inspires service to the world in God’s name.

Although St. Peter’s welcomes children at all times, a special service for young children and their families takes place at 9 a.m. every Sunday during the school year. At this time, the service is usually in-person and occasionally virtual on Zoom. This service is designed to nurture children’s spiritual formation and growth through singing, stories, and communion. If you’d like to be added to our email list to receive notices about the Family Worship, please sign up for our email newsletter here or contact Associate Rector Rev. Sarah Hedgis-Kligerman at [email protected].

Knowing and Loving Our Neighbor

Each Sunday in June, our Family Worship community will welcome neighbors who we may not know or who are different from us, to hear a story about something special to them. We are excited to spend time with these guest storytellers! Storytellers will include a rabbi from the Society Hill Synagogue, Drag Queen Balena Canto, and other neighbors. Services will include the singing, dancing, and joy we all know and love. 

Family Worship Schedule

6/4: On Zoom
6/11: In-person at the Parish House
6/18: In-person at the Parish House
6/25: Special time 10 AM at the church – This is our final Family Worship service of the school year!

Photos from our 2022 Family Worship: