Enjoy our pictures from Lunch with the Easter Bunny on Saturday, April 13, 2019. Thanks to everyone who attended! Click on a picture to enlarge it.
Honoring First Responders
on Sunday, May 5, 2019
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at 22 North Union Street, Smyrna, DE would like you to join us in celebration of all of our local First Responders.
Please join us on MAY 5 for a 10 am service and a fellowship reception after the service, so we can thank you for your many hours of dedicated service.
Please feel free to contact us at 302-653-9691 to let us know if you will be visiting us this day.
Sundays – 8AM and 10AM
Wednesdays – 10:30AM with prayers for healing
Wednesdays – 10AM
It’s possible Anglican services were held as early as 1706 in our area. The initial records for St. Peter’s were contained in the parish records of Christ Episcopal Church in Dover, which were destroyed in a fire in the early nineteenth-century. We do know in 1740 Mr. Thomas Green donated one acre of land in Duck Creek for a church and graveyard. A small wooden chapel was completed in 1744. The chapel needed to be replaced with a larger brick church 20 years later. At the time, we were sharing the Rev. Charles Inglis with Christ Church, Dover and he named the new brick church St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in 1764.