Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory forever!
There's big news for the St. Peter the Apostle Orthodox Mission congregation! On June 1st, 2018, we will be merging with St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church in Lake Worth, FL. Fr. Philip of St. Peter's will be the Rector of the combined parish.
We all see this as a positive step and look forward to serving the Jupiter and Lake Worth areas.
Soon, this website will merge as well, but all the information here will still be available.
Our new location will be:
SAINT HERMAN OF ALASKA ORTHODOX CHURCH
7099 South Military Trail
Lake Worth, FL 33463
the phone # there is 561-968-5343
Fr. Philip can still be reached at 561-510-3055 or 561-452-4876
SAINT PETER THE APOSTLE
ORTHODOX CHRISTIAN MISSION:
We are a mission parish of the Orthodox Church in America under the Omophor of His Eminence ALEXANDER, Archbishop of Dallas and the South, meeting at the Lighthouse Elementary School in Jupiter Florida.
Sunday Services: 3rd and 6th Hours: 9:40am
Divine Liturgy: 10:00am
Our meeting address is:
4750 Dakota Dr. Jupiter, FL. 33458
Church Phone number is (561) 452-4876
(go to the "Driving Directions" tab to find out how to find us! For our mailing address, please see the "Contact Information" tab)
For Daily Scripture readings, daily lives of the Saints and other information and discussion about Orthodoxy, check out our Facebook page:
St. Peter the Apostle Orthodox Mission considers it our special calling first and foremost to bring the Light of Christ and His Church to the small corner of the World that He has gathered us to. We are here to witness to the Life of the Holy Spirit in the Church, our Holy Tradition, which is not merely adhering to a set of rules, but rather, letting Christ be the rule of our life. Our special witness comes through personal spiritual renewal and service to others. We are called to reach out to the un-churched and to welcome home those who have strayed. To one and all we say, “Come and See.”
If you are an Orthodox Christian new to the area and looking for a parish home.
If you are an Orthodox Christian visiting the area on vacation and looking for a place to worship during your stay.
If you are a Christian looking for the Church of the New Testament.
If you are unafiliated with any Church and hungering for a rich spiritual life.
If you are a live human being! Welcome to everyone!
Our parish has a pan-Orthodox orientation and we are committed to unity in the Church. Services are conducted in English. Fellowship is held during coffee hour every Sunday after services.