Will you seek and serve Christ in all persons,
loving your neighbor as yourself?

Will you strive for justice and peace among all people,
and respect the dignity of every human being?


The last two promises of the Baptismal Covenant form the heart of our outreach and community ministries at St. Peter’s. Indeed, these ministries are very important to our members as well for fellowship and an opportunity to connect our faith with the world around us as we engage both the local and global communities.

We invite you to join us in our ministries of love and service. 


Outreach and Community Ministries at St. Peter's

St. Peter's Thrift Shop

Open Monday-Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

Feed All God's Children

Lunch program and Soup Kitchen, serving Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. Call 732-577-0306 from 9:00 am to 11:30 am on those days to learn more about volunteering!

Community Suppers

Serving a sustaining, nutritious free dinner on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month. Different groups around the Freehold area sponsor meals throughout the year. Contact the church office to find out more about donating food or volunteering.

After School Tutoring

Volunteers help Freehold Boro elementary students complete homework and prepare for assessments. This program runs from October through mid-May, Mondays through Thursdays after school.

Winter Emergency Housing Program

St. Peter's supports the Emergency Housing and Advocacy Program (EHAP) and their Winter Emergency Housing Program for homeless men. St. Peter's provides nightly intake services from December through March, and, along with several local houses of worship, St. Peter's provides overnight shelter once a week for participants in the program.

Twelve-Step Programs

St. Peter's hosts a variety of twelve-step programs each week.

Beginner Alanon, 7:45 pm
Alanon, 6:45 pm


AA, 7:30 pm


AA Big Book, 8:30 pm


Open Door Food Collection

Our local Freehold Food Bank is in need of donations of food, and monetary donations are always welcome. 


Keith Building Ministries

The Keith Building, on the St. Peter's campus further down Throckmorton Street, hosts a variety of community organizations and ministries, including:

St. Peter's Thrift Shop
#49 Throckmorton St.
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 2 pm

Freehold Area Open Door
#39 Throckmorton St.
(food assistance and other programs for those in need)

New Attitudes Clubhouse,
#45 Throckmorton St.
(12 step meetings from 7 am - 7pm daily)