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

We're glad that you have found us. Saint 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. Saint Peter's proudly Believes Out Loud and is affiliated with Integrity USA.

On these pages, you’ll find a brief introduction to our shared church life. We invite you to join us at Sunday morning service to discover all that we have to offer! We also welcome you any of our lectures or musical concerts. Call our office at 617.547.7788 for more information about our ministries and services. All are welcome!

What's Happening at Saint Peter's


Special notices (scroll down to see all)

New Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church

On Sunday November 1, the installation of the new Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church took place in Washington, D.C.  May God be with our new Presiding Bishop, Bishop Michael Curry from North Carolina, who was installed at the National Cathedral with tremendous joy and numerous multi-cultural elements, a mixture of tradition and many of the cultures in the Episcopal Tradition.

Equilibrium Ensemble Concert

Equilibrium is a Cambridge-based contemporary music ensemble. This concert will feature Clifton Ingram’s Fortress of Turns, paired with two of Ingram’s influences, Nomi Epstein’s Sextet and Drew Baker’s Charon. The concert will include compositions by two Equilibrium composers:  Dan Lewis’s The Way We Wander and Mischa Salkind-Pearl’s A Poppy of Erasure.  For more information, see: www.equilibriumconcerts.org Date: Friday, December 4 at 7:30 pm Suggested donation: $10 per adult

Saint Peter’s Candlelight Lessons and Carols of Christmas

Come join the choir of Saint Peter’s and Baroque ensemble Incendium Novum for an evening of Advent scripture readings in the Anglican tradition, Christmas hymns, and beautiful music in our candlelit sanctuary.
Date: Saturday Dec. 19, 7:00 pm

Member Concerts

Wed. Dec. 9, 8 pm, at Old South Church. The combined choruses of the Boston Conservatory present a program entitled conversations with the Divine Self," featuring the music of Poulenc, Corigiliano, and Finzi. Joe Turbessi is featured very prominently in this program on both piano and organ, and also Gaby Reyes, a member of the choir. No tickets required; for information visit https://www.bostonconservatory.edu/event/boston-conservatory-choruses-conversations-divine-self