St. Peter's Episcopal Church is located in Corktown in Detroit, MI. It is a welcoming and affirming church working for justice in the city. All are welcome!
St. Peter's is a space that lends itself to the work of community and justice in the city. Learn more about ministries and organizations that find their home at St. Peter's here.
Founded in 1858, St. Peter's is 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.
Reverend Denise Griebler is the Director of Ministry and Community Engagement. A non-violent community, immigration and human rights activist. Preacher. Musician. Potter. She actively participates in the People’s Water Board, Michigan Committee for Human Rights, Detroit Immigrant Rapid Response Network and the Poor People’s Campaign.