At St. Peter's, you will find a diverse parish filled with people from all walks of life — gay, straight, married, partnered, single, families, young, and not-so-young.
Come in and you'll experience transformative worship rooted in ancient liturgy, friendly people who reflect the values and demographics of Lakeview, and good coffee.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey — doubting, full-of-faith, or in between — you belong at St. Peter's.
Come on down to St. Peter's on Sunday, July 27, at 11 A.M. for Holy Eucharist and your favorite gospel hymns. Guest Pianist Debra Harris is a dyed-in-the-wool Soutern Baptist musician and she has prepared a great selection of beloved old time hymns.
This day only comes once a year so you are not going to want to miss it! See you there!
St. Peter’s, in conjunction with ONE Northside and The Night Ministry, is hosting an open discussion about poverty and homelessness in the Lakeview community on Sunday, July 27, 2014, at 5:00 P.M. This event is free, open to the public, and will be held at St. Peter’s, 621 W. Belmont Ave. The event begins with a welcoming reception at 4:30 P.M.
The event will serve as a means to discuss the issues of poverty and homelessness faced by people in the Lakeview community, to explore the work of ONE Northside and The Night Ministry, and to educate the community to learn how they can help address these issues. Mary Lynch-Dungy of ONE Northside, Aidan McCormack of The Night Ministry, and Fr. Steve Danzey of St. Peter’s will lead the conversation, and those in attendance will have the opportunity to participate in the dialogue.
The event is part of an on-going series presented by St. Peter’s to help facilitate honest and open discussions on topics relevant to members of Chicago’s Lakeview community. The series focuses on poverty, homelessness, education, human rights, and interfaith dialogue.