Here on the Holy Hill, the parish of St. Peter’s Church in the Great Valley comes together to worship in unique and vibrant ways that celebrate our history, our present, and our future. The liturgy is central to the practice of the Episcopal faith
The historic Church, with its glowing wooden pews, aged brick floors, beautiful organ, and near-perfect acoustics, enables us to hear God’s Word and celebrate God’s Sacraments enfolded by our Episcopal and Anglican traditions in sights and sounds. Our newest building, the “Barn,” is a soaring space of exposed rustic beams, pine flooring, and configurable, comfortable seating, allows us to explore both traditional and new modes of Episcopal worship.
Hearing assistance devices are available in both the Church and the Barn; please ask an usher if you would like to use one of these devices.
Christian education for children aged pre-kindergarten through sixth grade, for middle-school and high school youth, and for adults, takes place in the Sunday school rooms, Youth room, and sanctuary of the Barn between the 9 a.m. Family Eucharist and 11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
A professionally staffed and lovingly appointed nursery for infants through children aged 3 years is available in the Barn’s lower level from 8:30 a.m. to the end of the 11:15 a.m. Holy Eucharist each Sunday. Children’s Chapel for children aged 4 through 1st grade takes place during the Family Service.
Join us in solemn and joyful praise, thanks, petition, and celebration!