St. Peters is a large multi-generational church community, with vibrant worship and Christian educational opportunities for all ages.
St. Peter's also serves God by serving others. An essential aspect of our ministry is outreach to families with financial difficulties. In doing so, we ascribe to Jesus' teaching in Matthew 25:34-36 where he directs us to assist the less fortunate. We use our resources to help housing-insecure parents of school-age children with temporary shelter. This outreach puts St. Peter's on the front lines in the fight to break the cycle of poverty by keeping kids in school. We work with our local school district and Compass Center for Families' parent liaison personnel to keep a roof over children's heads, as it is challenging for children to attend school if they are homeless.
7:30 AM (Rite 1) & 10:00 AM (Rite II)
The first Episcopal service was held on April 22, 1891. Many people that attended these first services lived in Montana up to 100 miles away toward Miles City and Hardin. Talbot bought 3 lots downtown Sheridan and the foundation stones of the current St. Peter's Church were laid in 1894. Due to jurisdiction changes progress of the large brick church building were halted and therefore the building was not completed until 1912. On May 21, 2013 St. Peter’s was added to the National Register of Historic Places.