Outreach

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church invites all God’s people to journey with us in faith, hope, and love through service and outreach. We put our faith in action by supporting a number of different outreach ministries in our local community. Please contact our church office for more information on the organizations below.

Celebrating $20,000 Tithe to Community Organizations

Back in October 2021, we committed to tithe $20,000 of our Raise the Roof Campaign funds toward efforts in our community. We are excited to announce that all checks have been distributed and are now being put to good use in the community. Please click the link below to read more about the work our Tithe Committee and the organizations they determined to fund with your generous support.

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Hope House & the Interfaith Dinner Network

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church serves a free dinner to the community at the Salvation Army Hope House three nights a month through the Interfaith Dinner Network. 

Currently, meals are being served to-go only due to COVID-19. If you would like to volunteer to donate dessert for Hope House, please click the button below:

Rise Against Hunger

Rise Against Hunger is an organization that aims to end hunger and empower communities across the globe. Each year St. Peter’s Episcopal Church hosts a meal packing event where volunteers from the local community gather to participate in a coordinated effort to package and box hundreds of meals.

If you would like to take part in annual event, please contact the church office for more information.

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Sunday Breakfast

Each Sunday morning a community breakfast is available starting at 8:15 a.m. in our fellowship hall. Join us one and all for community and fellowship!

If you would like to serve on a breakfast team, please contact the church office to do so.

Angel Tree for Episcopal Church Services

In partnership with Episcopal Children’s Services, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church provides an annual Angel Tree in the season of Advent. Through Angel Tree, local children are empowered to participate in the joy of Christmas by receiving Christmas gifts given anonymously by congregants. 

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Food Collections for Barnabas

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church accepts donations of non-perishable items on behalf of Barnabas to support their food pantry. If you would like to make a contribution to Barnabas, please drop off your donation at the Church office during normal operating hours.

Distribution of Annual Grants

Each year St. Peter’s Episcopal Church accepts applications for grants which help to support ministries in our local community and abroad. Recent recipients of the grant program include Barnabas, Habitat for Humanity, and Community Hospice. Grant applications are posted on the St. Peter’s website each November 1st.