St. Peter's serves as an extension of Christ’s love and care to our parishioners and members of the community. If you are ill, anticipating surgery, bereaved or experiencing difficulties in your life, our clergy and lay volunteers are ready to listen, visit, pray with you, and keep your confidences.
If you would like to speak with a member of the clergy about a pastoral issue, or to place someone on our prayer list, please email or call the Rev'd Dan Gross, Associate Rector.
Lay Eucharistic Ministry
The Lay Eucharistic Ministers represent the Church beyond its walls and are living reminders that the sick and infirm are integral parts of the community which is the body of Christ. In teams of two, Lay Eucharistic Ministers carry pre-consecrated Holy Communion to hospitalized parishioners and those who are permanently homebound due to age or infirmity. They also visit those who are temporarily incapacitated, either recovering from surgery, illness, or unable to attend church due to their own roles as caregivers, including mothers of new infants.
To have Holy Communion brought to you or a loved one, please contact Danielle Baker at 973-898-9598.