COVID-19 Ministry Response
Heavenly Creator, giver of life and health: Comfort
and relieve your sick servants, and give your power
of healing to those who minister to their needs,
that those for whom our prayers are offered may be
strengthened in their weakness and have confidence
in your loving care; through Jesus Christ our Beloved,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and forever.
Connection and check-ins
Join us for weekly worship sessions on Sunday beginning at 10:30am and for Holy Week sessions by joining us via Zoom:
Click here to access the weekly Zoom worship link.
Or join by calling in at: +1 312 626 6799
Meeting ID: 925 8022 1793
Virtual Worship Resources
National Cathedral Online
As the Cathedral remains closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, we are invited to join online services. Click here to access.
Morning Service of Prayer – posted 7 am EDT Monday–Saturday
Evening Service of Prayer – posted 7 pm EDT Monday–Saturday
Sunday Online Holy Eucharist – webcast live at 11:15 am EDT
Episcopal Diocese of Michigan
At 8am on Sundays during the COVID-19 crisis, Bishop Bonnie Perry will deliver weekly sermons. Click here to access.
Online Book of Common Prayer
An online resource for referencing the Book of Common Prayer. Click here to access.
The Lectionary Page
Keep track of where we are in the Liturgical Calendar. Click here to access.
We Are By Ourselves, But Not Alone: Preaching in the Age of COVID-19
Listen to Rev. Dr. Bonnie A. Perry's sermon entitled We Are By Ourselves, But Not Alone:
Preaching in the Age of COVID-19
March 15, 2020
Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Detroit
"My friends, in this time, of increasing fear, in this time when it truly is a Christian virtue to put space between us all, it is hard for us not to feel as if we are all alone in this world: unconnected, abandoned, without near enough toilet paper or hand sanitizer, yet I am here to say, that all of the social distancing in the world cannot separate us from Christ Jesus. Just as he crossed the distance of the day, to love and to care for the unnamed woman at the well, he is here for us now.
And though we may be quarantined and only venturing to the well at mid-day when no one is around, We are not alone. I am not alone for here you are listening to me, hearing me, seeing me, missing me, maybe even loving me."
For the full transcript, click here.
Manna Community Meal is continuing operations and functioning as a contactless, grab and go table outside of the church. If you or someone you know is in need of food, please visit MannaMeal for brown bagged food during normal operating hours:
Monday 7:30 a.m–11:00 a.m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
Wednesday 7:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
Friday 7:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
Healthy volunteers are welcome for food distributions. If you would like to donate to MannaMeal, please use the donate button at the top of the page or send a check to St. Peter's and indicate in the memo line where you would like your contribution to be allocated. Thank you for your support during this difficult times!
If you are in need of a shower/laundry services, Corner Shower and Laundry is still in operation with one guest at a time to abide by social distancing orders.
Please contact us if you are able to volunteer at Corner Shower and Laundry. Female volunteers especially needed to operate the women's only shower area.
We The People of Detroit are continuing operations for water distributions. Due to safety protocols, donations of water cases are not being accepted, however you can donate online at wethepeopleofdetroit.com and your contribution will be used to purchase water directly from distributors.
If you would like to volunteer to deliver water to homes or are in need of water, please contact:
Chief Executive Officer: Monica Lewis-Patrick – email@example.com
Director of Finance and Development: Debra Taylor – firstname.lastname@example.org
Water Rights Hotline: (844) 42 - WATER (92837)