Beloved community. Place-based. Called to social justice.
Worship with us.
We know these are uncertain times for everyone and hope you and your loved ones are safe and in good health.
Please know that St. Peter's is still here to support in your faith needs as well as critical relief for our community.
We are now doing in person and online Worship on Sundays.
Subscribe to our email list (button on top of this webpage) to get updates on Sunday services.
We offer in person services every Sunday. On occasion, we will not have an in person service when
there is another activity or event happening in the area. We will inform you whenever this happens.
Click here to access the weekly Zoom worship link.
Or join by calling in at: +1 312 626 6799
Meeting ID: 925 8022 1793
We are a welcoming, inclusive, Episcopal/ecumenical/earth-based congregation that practices communion as neither pretty or perfect but open to all of us to show up as we are. We are participatory, active, loving, and committed to the often uncomfortable challenges of inner and communal spiritual growth.
We consider ourselves citizens of Detroit and neighbors in Corktown. We intentionally offer our space to community-based organizations who fight racism and its systemic manifestations. We read scripture through the lens of our current moment and location. We practice hospitality to our neighbors and fellow citizens. We understand all this to be a critical part of our work as a church.
We hear God’s call to us outside of St. Peter’s walls. We believe involving ourselves in the fight for justice is spiritual work. We gather at rallies, vigils, protests. We hold trainings and risk arrest, and consider it church. We are called to speak truth to power, we are called to solidarity. We strive to walk this path together and build beloved community.
Called to social justice
As we consider our next chapter, we reflect on our history, our future, and the spirit of we who call ourselves St. Peter’s.
We are an Episcopal/Ecumenical/earth-based congregation. We are participatory, active and committed to the often uncomfortable challenges of inner and communal spiritual growth.
We read scripture through the lens of the current moment and our location. We practice hospitality. We believe involving ourselves in the struggle for justice is spiritual work. We are called to speak truth to power and we are called to solidarity.We strive to walk this path together as we build beloved community.