A COMMUNITY ALLOWING ITS MEMBERS TO EXPLORE
THE DIVERSITY OF THEIR BELIEFS TOGETHER, WHILE IN
THEIR VARIOUS JOURNEYS OF FAITH.
We Are Always Here for You
We regret that, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, all church services, as well as all activities
in Detterline Hall, have been suspended until conditions are safe.
Saint Peter United Church of Christ has been an anchor in the Knauertown/St. Peters community since 1816.
Our little brown church in the Chester County countryside has seen many joys, sorrows and challenges through the years. And we are here for you today. Please participate in our online worship and reach out by phone if we can be helpful.
Even though circumstances require that we remain apart, we are always together in our hearts.
Ongoing Every Sunday
Pastor Peter Detterline
offers readings, meditations and prayers in video and text formats.
Please share with
family and friends.
(See SERVICES for details)
Second Saturday of Every Month
7 AM to 1 PM
$5 a space,
no reservations needed
Every Monday Evening
6 PM to 8 PM
A time of fellowship with friends.
Bring a craft to work on.
Typically the Last Friday of Every Month
5:30 PM to 7 PM
A dinner with fellowship, by donation
WELCOMING YOU HOME
HELP US TO SPREAD OUR
LOVE AND FAITH
Stop in for a service or church activity to see what we are about!
WHAT WE DO
OUR MISSIONS AND OUR COMMUNITY
Hand in hand with Jesus,
transforming ourselves and our community.
Saint Peter's Church is a caring, concerned and questioning congregation which supports each one's search for a personal relationship with God, a congenial relationship with each other, and a mission outreach to the local and global community. Our search covers ground some already have discovered, and some others may not wish to tread. We all are enriched by seeking and recognizing the diverse movement of God among us.
We understand and enjoy our varying approaches to scripture; we believe that God expects us to accept and even celebrate our diversity on all levels of life. In accordance with our United Church of Christ creed, we believe we are to "seek justice," that is, to identify with those who have been marginalized for whatever reason.
Members ef the Saint Peter UCC congregation pride themselves on supporting the growth of our members, as well as our community.
Our congregants are encouraged to find a mission that fits their individuals goals and availability.
Want to get involved with our missions or community activities? Click here to see the full list.