Welcome to St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Central Square, Cambridge!

 
We're glad that you have found us. St. Peter’s is a warm and welcoming community of faith that celebrates its diversity as we strive to live into our Baptismal Covenant and Mission Statement. St. Peter's proudly Believes Out Loud and is affiliated with Integrity USA.

On these pages, we hope that you’ll find a brief introduction to our life that we share in common. We also hope that you might be inspired to come and visit us in person. We are conveniently located in Central Square, Cambridge. Call our office at (617) 547-7788 for more information on any our ministries or services. Or, attend a Sunday morning service and find out more what we have to offer. All are welcome!
 

 What's Happening at St. Peter's

 




Joe Turbessi performs Goldberg Variations at St. Peter's
On Friday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. Joe Turbessi will present a piano recital here at St. Peter's, performing the complete Goldberg Variations of J.S. Bach.  Joe will also be offering a pre-concert talk beginning at 7:00 p.m., offering some perspectives on this magnificent and beloved piece of music.  Please mark this on your calendars and plan on attending this exciting event

Opera Brittenica at Saint Peter's on Friday, March 6

Opera Brittenica presents its second production of the 2014-2015 Season with "Britten by 3 & 4." This concert will feature some of Boston's most talented and sought after musicians performing rarely heard string quartets, as well as a well-loved sacred canticle.

Four incredible string instrumentalists (Olga Patramanskaya, Ryan Shannon, Drew Ricciardi, Luke Krafka) have united to create OB4TET.  The first quartet is Britten's "String Quartet in D" written in 1931.  The second is a his quartet treatment of his String Orchestral work; "Simple Symphony." 

In addition, Opera Brittenica is incredibly fortunate to have the music director for All Saints in Ashmont, Andrew Sheranian, as well as the stunning countertenor; Bryan Pollack, joining Opera Brittenica's Joshua Collier (Tenor) in a performance of Britten's second canticle; Abraham and Isaac. The piece is a musical treatment of a 14th century mystery play and follows the Old Testament journey of Abraham and his son, Isaac and scored for Tenor, Countertenor/Mezzo Soprano, and piano. 

Advance tickets are available at www.operabrittanica.com, and at the door on the night of the performance.

Kuumba Singers of Harvard College at Saint Peter’s on Saturday, March 7
The Black Arts Festival Benefit Concert, Fruitful Seeds of a Rootless Tree, takes place on Saturday, March 7th at 7:00 p.m. and features Gospel House Musician, Kenny Bobien! It is a musical timeline of the way the concept of freedom has evolved through Black music. The first half of the concert will consist of Negro Spirituals, Gospel, Blues and Jazz. The second will consist of Soul, Gospel House, and Rap. We will use spoken word and visual imagery to weave the genres together and put words and images to past struggles and current issues that inspired artists to create. Proceeds will go toward developing a scholarship fund for youth to take music lessons at Abundant Life Music Instruction. To learn more about Kuumba Singers or the Black Arts Festival and see all the events for the week, please view our website at www.kuumbasingers.org! 




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