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to St. Peter's

We are an Anglican Church that seeks to serve God in the areas of  West Kingston and Loyalist Township. 

What to Expect?

Whether it is your first time at St. Peter's Anglican Church, or you have been coming for your whole life, its nice to have a place where you can find out about what is happening and what to expect at St. Peter's.

Below is a brief description of what you can expect if you attend one of our services, and what ministries or programs we offer at our church throughout the week. 

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Notice: Sunday
Services During 
Summer Begin 

at 9:30 AM

Our Sunday Service begins at 10am. Our church bell rings 5 minutes prior to the service beginning. Upon entering the front doors of the church, you will arrive in our lobby. Feel free to utilize our coat room, if necessary, before entering our worship space through the double doors to the right of the lobby. Feel free to sit anywhere, as there are no assigned seats in our church. The service begins after the weekly announcements. 


Our service is taken from the Anglican Book of Alternative Services (BAS). You can either follow along as the service is projected onto our screen at the front, or you can follow along in the books located in the pews.  Feel free to be as involved as you would like, or simply observe and take it all in.  An offering is collected prior to communion, but giving is not required by those who attend. Giving is how we show gratitude to God for all he has given us. Those that call St. Peter's home give back to God from what he has given us, so we can continue our participation in his ongoing Kingdom work through St. Peter's. Services are usually 60-75 minutes long.

We offer a children's Sunday School during the service for children 12 and under. After the processional hymn (the first song of the service) children are invited to gather at the front for a brief teaching moment. After we pray for the children, the congregation sings "Jesus Loves Me" at which point the children are led downstairs to our Sunday School area by our volunteers. All children's ministry volunteers have had police checks in keeping with diocesan regulations. 

After our service, we generally gather in our meeting hall located in our basement for light snacks and refreshments. All are welcome. 


On Break and Will Return in Fall

Our Wednesday service is a traditional Book of Common Prayer (BCP) Communion Service. Copies of the BCP are located by the entrance to the chapel, along with a print out of any necessary liturgical information relevant to the service that day. The service begins at noon and usually lasts 30-40 minutes.  No children's programming for this service.

Ministries and Programs

Sunday School

On Break and Will Return in Fall

On Sundays, during our 10am worship service, children 12 and under are invited to participate in our Sunday School program. Children begin the service with the rest of the church community and are invited to gather after the first hymn for a children's talk, usually pertaining to the readings of that day (children are also welcome to stay with their parents if they are uncomfortable coming forward). After the brief teaching, we sing Jesus loves me, as the children exit and head downstair to our Sunday School space. There, children will continue in a time of learning and playing with our volunteers before joining the rest of the community for Holy Communion.  After communion, the children usually return back downstairs for a light snack before the rest of the congregation is dismissed to coffee time.  All our volunteers for childrens ministry have had police checks in keeping with diocesan standards of care.

Cards and Games

On Break and Will Return in Fall

On the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 1:00 pm, come alone or bring your partner and or friends. New to games and cards and haven’t played for a while, No Problem we would love to teach or refresh you. Light refreshments – Free will offering.

Laughs and Crafts

On Break and Will Return in Fall

On the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 1:00 pm.
Bring a craft to work on or come, have some laughs and enjoy a cup of tea.

Bible Study

On Break and Will Return in Fall

Wednesdays at 10:30 am. Join us while we gather to discuss, contemplate, and ask questions about God's Word and how it impacts our daily lives. The topics of conversation can be wide ranging, and questions are always welcome. We are currently following along with a study on the Sermon on the Mount by the BibleProject. Weekly attendance not required. 

Pastoral Care

Our pastoral care team seeks to assist in the care of our St. Peter's community alongside the clergy. Whether its praying for people, visiting homes or hospitals, calling individuals that cannot join us on a regular basis, or driving people to appointments that have mobility issues; we seek to serve and shepherd those who have needs in whatever manner we able.  if you require pastoral care, please reach out to our office. 

Stay in Touch


Office: 613-384-1782


4333 Bath Rd.,

Kingston, Ontario

K7M 4Z1

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