The clergy and members of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church welcome you to our community website. We are located in the Chain Bridge neighborhood of Arlington, VA. Our address is 4250 North Glebe Road, Arlington, Virginia 22207 [click for map] and the parish office can be reached at (703) 536-6606 or by clicking here.
St. Peter’s is a member church of the Episcopal Church of the United States, and as such, are members of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Sunday services are at 8 AM, 9 AM, and 11 AM. (We have a slightly different summer schedule in July and August.) See the public services and events calendar to the right or click here.
St. Peter’s Rector is The Reverend Dr. Craig A. Phillips. Office hours are 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
St. Peter’s is easily accessible by major roads and bus routes, has ample off-street parking, and is handicapped accessible. We have a growing church membership with people at all stages of life actively involved in the lay ministries and leadership of the parish. In particular, we have a thriving community of families with young children and active seniors who gather for worship, service, and fellowship. Read more about our mission here.
The building was extensively renovated and expanded in 2014. [Click here to read more.] It has an intimate chapel, large open light-filled worship area, cheerful Sunday school classrooms, a modern, spacious parish/social hall, library, conference rooms and meeting space, choir rooms, a Steinway grand piano and organ, Memorial Garden, playground, rustic outdoor chapel, labyrinth, and the church administrative offices.
- Coffee and doughnuts are available after each service.
- Gluten-free wafers are available for the communion service upon request.
- We welcome all ages to attend the worship services. However, infant care is available in the nursery from 8:45 AM-noon during the regular year and 9:45 AM-11:15 AM during the summer schedule (July and August) for ages 0-3 with licensed and screened nursery care workers.
We welcome those who wish to become involved in the life of the parish and, through it, the spiritual life of the community and the region to find out more. Click here for a newcomer and visitor form.