On-going Events


  • Youth Group: Youth Group will be meeting regularly for connection and formation on Sunday mornings this fall from 9:00-10:00.  We will also be planning fun outings and gatherings with other Episcopal youth groups in the area.  Make sure your family and youth are on the youth group e-mail and contact list! Contact Katie Longbrake at klongbrake@gmail.com or 240-477-0414 or the church office.
Every Weekday
  • Cherub's Music: This music class for children aged 4-6 gets children involved with music in a variety of music and game activities that keep younger children engaged in the learning process. Classes are Tuesdays from 4-5 for younger children, and Thursdays 4-5 for older children and we play our songs monthly for the congregation. Contact kyra@saintpetersnet.org for more information. 
  • EFM: Monday evenings from 6:30pm to 9pm, we have two groups engaged in Education For Ministry, also known as EfM.  This is a four year certificate program in theological education focusing on small group study, worship and theological reflection to deepen one’s understanding and experience of the Christian tradition.  For more information on EfM, please contact Tracey Forfa at monocacyrun1@aol.com.


  • Mother's Day Out 
  • Truth and Hope Outreach: Truth and Hope Outreach is a collection of volunteers in the Poolesville, MD area who gather on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays to work on outreach projects together. They make comforters, baby bundles, and other useful items for those in need around the world, build community ties by working together, and share the truth and hope of Christ with others through their work. If you are interested in more information contact Tina Grove at (301) 349 5246 or ndtna@yahoo.com.


  • Preschool Story Time (PSST) meets on Wednesdays, alternating between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM each week. Usually running in two, ten week sessions, one in the fall and one in the winter/spring, PSST is intended for children who have not yet started kindergarten. Children hear bible stories, sing songs, make a craft, share a snack and enjoy each other’s' company. Often parents organize informal play dates on our playground before or after our sessions. The program usually lasts 45 minutes to an hour.


  • Poolesville Potluck AA Meeting


  • The Frederick Mission: The Frederick Mission’s goal of redeeming lives through the power of the Gospel is supported by St. Peter’s every third Sunday of the month. A group from the church buy ingredients, prepare and serve dinner and spend time interacting and conversing with the clients of the mission. 
  • NA Meeting

© 2018 Saint Peter's Episcopal Poolesville
Connected Sound - Websites for the Barbershop Community