Ministries at St. Peter'sWe are comitted to making visible the love of God in Christ.
Serving each other and our community.
Adult education opportunities are available each Sunday between the services from 9:15 to 10:15. On Wednesday evenings during Lent we have an educational series that also includes a potluck dinner
Second Sunday of the Month
Conducted once a month on the second Sunday in Grace Chapel in the Parish House. It is held at the beginning of the 10:30 Worship Service for approximately 45 minutes when the children and their instructor return to the church. The service is geared towards children from approximately age 3 to 12, but any children are welcome.
Vacation Bible School
Each Summer in June
A summer program with Bible teaching, crafts, music, snacks, and games for children. Check our website calendar for updates on when it will be held this year.
Second Sunday Sisters
SECOND SUNDAY OF THE MONTH MARCH-NOVEMBER @5PM
The Second Sunday Sisters begins with evening devotions from the Book of Common Prayer, a teaching from selected Christian literature, followed by prayers for all in need, and a meal provided by those in attendance. Members take turns hosting in their homes, and participation is open to all women of the Parish and their friends.
Third Saturday of the month
Join the men for spirited discussion and fellowship at Kacie’s Sports Cafe- 243 Mt. Vernon Avenue in Uniontown.
Fourth Saturday of the month
A lot of fun and laughter happens with our Parish ladies at Mark C’s Diner – 6 Oliver Road in Uniontown.
Missions at St. Peter’s
St. Peter’s hosts a once a month food pantry on the third Wednesday of each month. The public may contact the church office to apply for assistance, or apply on any day the food pantry is held. Volunteer opportunities are available to assist with this ministry
Kairos Prison Ministry
Kairos Prison Ministry is an international ministry of volunteers bringing the gospel message to incarcerated individuals. Their mission is the message of God’s love and redemption through Jesus by words and deeds. Twice a year, a three-day event called “Kairos Weekend” is held in the prison that includes instruction and prayer. Volunteers may continue their ministry by meeting with “Kairos Graduate” prisoners on a weekly basis at the prison for Prayer and Share gatherings. We support this ministry in various ways by being Kairos Weekend volunteers in the prison, while others participate in prayer vigils on the outside. Our church has been active in this outreach to bring the Gospel of God’s love and redemption to the forgotten in prison and takes its inspiration in particular from Matthew 25:36 “…when I was in prison, you visited me…”
Children and Youth Christmas Project
In December, St. Peter’s joins with the local Children and Youth Division of Fayette County to provide selected families with Christmas gifts and food for those in need.
Recovery Meeting Space
Local AA and NA chapters conduct frequent support meetings in the lower level of the Parish House. Contact your local chapter of AA or NA for meeting dates and times.
Reach Mission Trips
This is a national, week-long mission of service to low-income communities. Working with local agencies and/or local churches, these mission trips seek to make an impact on homeowners, communities, students and adults who attend. It is a life-changing experience as campers participate in activities that build community and self-esteem, encourages spiritual growth, and enables them to understand their role in combating poverty. Reach strives to be the industry leader by providing the highest quality Christian mission trips for middle school and high school youth groups. St. Peter’s has participated in this mission since 1999. Youth from 6th to 12th grades are eligible to participate in this program, along with adult volunteers.
Samaritan’s Purse “Operation Christmas Child”
St. Peter’s regularly participates in this annual project for Samaritan’s Purse. Our annual collection drive is held between August and October, with a Packing Party held the week before the annual National Collection Week in November. This international ministry is to assist children who will benefit from receiving the shoebox gifts, but more importantly hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ
Cards and Cookies
This is an annual event held in early December to write Christmas cards to our Parish sick and shut-ins. A light meal is served, with participants providing cookies for dessert.
60 Morgantown St.
Uniontown, PA 15401
Fax:724.438.0833 (call first)
Tuesday - Thursday 9am-4pm
Friday 10am - 2pm