Direct Action Outreach

Our members spend time and effort to support local ministries such as:

Addiction Recovery

St. Peter’s hosts six weekly gatherings of Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

Habitat for Humanity

Serving families working to provide shelter

The People’s Table

Feeding the hungry at our local soup kitchen

Flower Ministry

Arranging and bringing floral arrangements to the home-bound, the sick and the recovering, and the lonely

Want to get involved in our outreach ministries?

We can connect you with a volunteer opportunity that would benefit from your unique skills and gifts

Direct Giving Outreach

Community Grants

In addition to coordinating our service projects, our Outreach Committee reviews grant requests from almost two dozen helping agencies and ministries and makes funding recommendations to the Vestry. In 2023, our community gave just over $23,000 to local mission-driven agencies and ministries.

Grant Recipient Organizations include:

  • CASA
  • Harvest Share
  • Center of Hope
  • The Family Center
  • Boys’ and Girls’ Club
  • Episcopal Relief and Development
  • The People’s Table
  • Columbia Cares
  • Restoration/FRESHstart
  • Columbia Counseling
  • Habitat for Humanity of Williamson-Maury Counties
  • The Room in the Inn
  • Crossroads to Home Coalition (and Café)
  • Place of Hope
  • Duck River Dental
  • Discipleship House
  • Maury County Students in Transition (MC-SiT)
  • Nashville International Center for Empowerment
  • MyRideMaury
  • Sleep in Heavenly Peace

The Estes Fund

The Estes Fund is a fund independent of St. Peter’s but administered by our parish to provide assistance with the health needs of residents of Maury County above the age of 55 not covered by insurance. In 2023, this Fund provided over $34,000 in assistance to our seniors for:

  • eye care
  • dental care
  • hearing aids
  • medical equipment
  • respite care

Want to share your blessings with our Outreach Committee?

We’d love to talk with you about the impact we can make together.


Almighty and most merciful God, we remember before you all poor and neglected persons whom it would be easy for us to forget: the homeless and the destitute, the old and the sick, and all who have none to care for them. Help us to heal those who are broken in body or spirit, and to turn their sorrow into joy. Grant this, Father, for the love of your Son, who for our sake became poor, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

(Book of Common Prayer, p. 826)

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