Worship with us.

Sundays

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion in the traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer (Rite I), including sermon, organ music, and hymns. Childcare available.
10:45 a.m. Holy Communion in the contemporary language of the Book of Common Prayer (Rite II), including sermon, choral and organ music, and hymns. Childcare available.
5:00 p.m. Holy Communion inspired by the Taizé, France community on third Sundays. Choral Evensong, second and fourth Sundays, resumes on September 24.

Weekdays, Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer in the Chapel

Tuesdays
Noon, Holy Communion, 30-minute service in the Chapel

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. The doors of the church are open for private prayer, reflection, and meditation.

Our Vision.

to become a community of bold followers of Jesus, a crowd that effects good change for the world, a place known for radical love and welcome, and a beacon of hope in Center City Charlotte

News and Events

News: 10/11/2017

The weekly news feed has new categories, aligned in the same way as our website: Worship & Music, Learning, Community Life, and Outreach & Social Justice. Also this Sunday, XII Bishop Diocesan Samuel Sewall Rodman III makes his first official visitation to St. Peter’s.

Welcoming Our New Bishop Diocesan

The St. Peter’s parish community will have the pleasure of welcoming our new Bishop Diocesan, The Right Reverend Samuel Sewall Rodman III for his Visitation to St. Peter’s between October 14 and 15. (Details are available in news and notices.) Having had the honor and privilege to interact with “Bishop Sam” on a few occasions, it is evident that he is eager to spend time with and learn more about us, including how we might join him and the diocesan community in responding to the mission of God’s Church.

October 4, 2017

Vestry nominations are open now. Register now for anti-racism seminar, October 7. Shrimp & Suds event is October 14.

Pastoral Care at St. Peter’s

The dozen of us at the chronic care meeting (sometimes more, sometimes fewer), as any other random dozen might be, bring unique hurts, joys, sources of strength, roots of pain, disappointments and triumphs, our tears and our laughter, and we find support, needed support. There’s more than a whiff of Jesus’ command to love one another in that room. It’s sweeter than the aroma of baking bread or the perfume of  incense at the Easter vigil.

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