Join our dedicated volunteers, whose ministry is to care for the altar vestments, vessels, and altar linens of the parish.
Community of Hope
COH is a lay ministry providing pastoral care for people both inside and outside the congregation. We are called to be a listening presence and are available to bring Holy Communion, make visits, or simply be a friendly voice on the phone.
Daughters of the King
Join this sisterhood of women as they extend Christ’s kingdom by prayer, service, and evangelism.
Three times a year, volunteer to provide, prepare, and have dinner with the homeless families for one night during the weeklong stay on campus. Help with setting up and breaking down beds is also much appreciated.
I-HELP (Homeless Emergency Lodging Program)
We are looking for volunteers to help provide a Friday dinner and Saturday breakfast two weekends per month to our guests. We provide shelter, showers, meals and a listening ear. While meals are important, we also see and recognize our guests as our brothers and sisters as we are called to do. Won’t you please help us to see and recognize people who are often-times invisible in society by breaking bread and be a listening presence.
St. Peter’s Music Ministry leads the congregation in song at our weekly services using songs from the variety of Episcopal Hymnals in the church and current contemporary songs by leading Christian artists. Music Director Mary Bennett and Cantor/Choir Director Diane Woodyard along with choir and praise band members tailor the music to lend to the different services we have each week.
The Chancel Choir leads the music for the 9:30 service on Sunday mornings. We also meet weekly on Wednesday nights from 6:30 – 8:00 for rehearsal. Please contact Diane Woodyard at or 623-206-9375 for more information.
Our contemplative service at 11:00 is led by a small group with a more meditative sound.
The Children’s Choir is led by both Mary and Diane and welcome children of all ages to join. Anyone is welcome to join this ministry. Reading music is not a requirement. Please contact Mary or Diane for more information and to answer any questions you might have.
“Feed the Vet’s”
The U.S. VETS-Phoenix/Grand Ave location was opened for veterans who desire long-term housing. This 134-room facility is in a prime location near the V.A. hospital and provides recreational equipment, a pool/spa, and other great amenities. St Peter’s provides lunch for these Veteran’s on the fourth Friday of every month.
During the school year, help facilitate small group discussions and activities from 5:30pm to 8:00pm on Thursdays
The school is seeking volunteers to participate on a marketing committee. If you can help or are interested in helping the school in any ways in the future, please let us know.
Help out in the nursery during the Saturday 5pm service or the 9:30am service on Sundays
Volunteer to help with Godly Play or teach or assist a Sunday School class.
Members of this team run the projectors and digital mixer used during the worship services. If you are a "hands-on" type person, you may enjoy doing this work and helping to insure a great worship service.
Meets on alternating Saturday mornings. An optional bibile study begins at 6:45am followed by breakfast at 7:30am - 8:30am. Come for breakfast, fellowship, and spiritual growth.