We invite you to visit St. Peter’s at any time! First you can chose from a variety of worship and educational experiences. You can participate in community activities including picnics, needlework, barn dances  and concerts. Our campus also is a wonderful place for taking contemplative walks, exploring colonial history or walking a dog.

Directions: We may be easily reached by typing “2475 St. Peter’s Road, Malvern, PA 19355” into any GPS. The church entrance is off of Church Road, and the property is accessed by its own tree-lined road, St. Peter’s Road.

Our sixteen-acre campus sits on a wooded hilltop just north of Paoli, Pennsylvania, near the intersection of Routes 29 and 202 and Penn State Great Valley. We are twenty-eight miles northwest of Philadelphia and three miles west of Valley Forge National Historical Park. Our neighbor ‘s include the Atwater and Echo Lake Communities. The campus has several notable features.

Outside of Historic Church

The Historic Church was finished in 1744 and received additions in 1856, 1901, and 1989.

This colonial building offers an intimate, contemplative setting with its box pews and whitewashed walls.

During the program year, The Holy Eucharist is offered on Sundays in this space at 8 a.m. and 11:15 a.m., as well as on other special occasions.

The Bank Barn was constructed in 2005 and built in the style of a light-filled Welsh bank barn, with exposed wooden beams and a wall of windows overlooking a grassy meadow.

In the lower level, sunny meeting rooms are where children and youth gather each week for Christian formation. The worship service with communion is offered at 9:00 a.m. on Sundays in the Bank Barn, as well as at other special times during the year.

The Bank Barn is also home to the popular catered event venue, The High Point, which can be rented  for weddings, wedding receptions, and other events.

The Labyrinth is open to all who wish to use this lovely outdoor space for inwardly directed contemplation or for outwardly directed appreciation of the beauty of the natural landscape. Walk the labyrinth by day or night, in sun or in rain, whenever you need its sedate pace. You can easily locate it behind the Bank Barn and next to the Butterfly Garden.

The Parish House was constructed in 1962 and is home to the parish office, clergy offices, and St. Peter’s Preschool.

The Historic Cemetery includes close to 400 burials dating from as early as 1737. It is also believed that there are anonymous burials of both Continental and British casualties of the 1777 Battle of Paoli. Our cemetery is still active and is the site of ongoing burials.