Feed your spirit
In person worship at 54 Queen St N
Sundays at 10AM
Mid-day Pause: Wednesdays at NOON
One of the challenges of having a location downtown is parking. What follows is some information from downtownkitchener.ca to help; onsite parking for those attending St. Peter’s events is limited to those with mobility challenges. Please do not hesitate to get in touch; we are happy to help in any way that we can.
FREE Parking Options:
There are more than 300 free two-hour on-street parking spaces in downtown Kitchener
Free parking after 5 p.m. and all-day Saturday and Sunday in municipal surface parking lots
Secure bike parking across downtown
Surface Parking Lots in Downtown Kitchener
$2.40/hour Monday to Friday (2-hour max). Free after 5 p.m., and all-day Saturday and Sunday!
Water Street South (Lot 3) – 28 Water St S
Queen Street South (Lot 7) – 5 Charles St E
Ontario Street South (Lot 9) – 40 Ontario St S
Otto Street (Lot 14) – 172 Frederick St
Charles Street West (Lot 15) – 44-50 Gaukel St
Centre in the Square (Lot 19B) – 101 Queen St N
King Street East (Lot 23) – 201 King St E
Bramm Street Yards (Lot 24) – 55 Bramm St
Parking Garages in Downtown Kitchener
$3.30 for 2 hours or less. $1.75 per 1/2 hour after that, Monday to Saturday. Free all day Sunday!
Kitchener City Hall Parking Garage – 200 King St W
Duke & Ontario Parking Garage – 41 Duke St W
Charles & Benton Parking Garage – 4 Charles St E
Kitchener Market Parking Garage – 300 King St E
Civic District Parking Garage – 83 Queen St N
A recent worship service
If you just need a moment accompanied by some incredible music…click on the image below
Rev. Dr. Mark Ehlebracht
Mark became St. Peter's pastor in 2009 and the dress code at church has never been the same. A diversity-focused leader who is open to all faiths, belief systems and religions, Pastor Mark enjoys working with, and serving alongside, a diverse population. Throughout his 21-year role as a pastor, he has grown to fully appreciate... Click image to see more.
Vladimir Soloviev is a Toronto-based pianist and vocal coach whose performances around the globe includes appearances at Carnegie Hall and Bohemian National Hall in New York. Vlad has won the Pattison Piano Competition and the London Scholarship Foundation Competition, and the Concerto Competition at Western University. He completed his studies at the University of Western Ontario, Eastman School of Music, Mannes College, and... Click image to see more.