1579 S. State Street Clearfield, UT 84014
  • 23 Mar '19
    March 23 @ 11:30 am March 23 @ 1:00 pm
    Rooster’s 748 Heritage Park Blvd
    Layton, UT 84041 United States
Welcome to St. Peters Episcopal Church, Clearfield, Utah

Embrace a community of love

Welcome to the St. Peter’s Episcopal Church website.  Please explore the additions to this website at your leisure.  

St. Peter’s is a small, mission church in Clearfield, Utah.  It is filled with people who easily share their joy and thankfulness for all that God has given them.  At. St. Peter’s we celebrate the opportunities to serve others.  That’s why our Mission Statement is, “Spirit Inspired Service.”  

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Worship

St. Peter’s is a relaxed worship space. People “come as they are,” and are encouraged to stay for Fellowship and Coffee Hour. Wherever you are in...

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Community

St. Peter’s actively engages with the surrounding community through a number of activities and programs. A number of years ago, Lincoln Elementary...

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Social Activities

Each month, there is a family activity scheduled. These range from Bingo to Spaghetti Dinners – from Santa and the Christmas Party to Puerto Rican...

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From The Church Blog
Intercessory prayer
Intercessory prayer

We Brothers are helping people write and introduce fresh prayers into the Prayers of the People by learning about the seven principal forms of prayer identified in the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer: adoration, praise, thanksgiving, penitence, oblation, intercession, and petition. We invite your prayers to the God of compassion in words and images on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram in the format

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More Powerful Than Fists
More Powerful Than Fists

David and I recently traveled to Virginia. David was attending a seminar on President Woodrow Wilson, and I used the trip as an excuse to visit my sister and Brother-in-law, who live in Earlysville. Earlysville is a tiny place tucked on the edge of Charlottesville, Virginia. It is home of the University of Virginia, that

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Touching Base With Our Spiritual Needs
Touching Base With Our Spiritual Needs

Recently, I organized an evening of Meditation Under the Stars, for our sister community of St. Michael’s, in Brigham City.  The garden labyrinth was lit by dozens of candles in the evening darkness. Participants were encouraged to quietly walk the path that winds back and forth – and to clear their minds of daily concerns.

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Find out how, where and when we worship. We hope to see you soon!!