We are a diverse community of people with the shared goal of loving, honoring, and following Jesus Christ. For over 300 years, we have been committed to serving the Freehold area by offering inspiring worship, lively and engaging Christian formation for all ages, and meaningful outreach to our neighbors in need.
We invite you to take a closer look at this website to get to know us better. We welcome you to join us in worship, education, or service at any time. We are a Church of the Diocese of New Jersey, which is a part of the Episcopal Church and a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Something happens every day at St. Peter's! Check out some of our highlighted events below. For a full list of what's coming, visit our Upcoming Events page.
The Peppercorn, our weekly eNewsletter, is focuses on parish news and events for the coming week.
For a full calendar of what's happening at St. Peter's, check the Google Calendar in the right column.
We are participating in Thy Kingdom Come, a global prayer movement between Ascension (May 10) and Pentecost (May 20).
We worship to praise God, to bring our lives back in balance, and to be strengthened by the Sacraments to be Christ's hands and heart on the world.
We are rooted in the rituals and spirituality of the ancient church while claiming the diverse ways God is found today.
Formation is about being shaped by God to become the people God has created us to be.
We provide both church and home-based faith formation programs for all ages.
Visit our Formation page to learn more about letting the "mind of Christ" grow within each of us.
We are developing plans to improve our buildings and campus in support of our ministries and to strengthen our connection with the larger community.
Visit our Vision page to review the work we have done and to receive updates.
Our worship is completed as we are sent forth to "love and serve the Lord." We have a diverse roster of ministers that strengthen our congregation's life and help us participate in God's mission outside our walls.
Whether it's a soup kitchen, prayer circle, thrift shop, through music, or in community outreach, we actively seek to offer our gifts.