We at St. Peter’s believe that we are the hands and feet of Jesus in our community. This calls us to actively serve the community around us. We take part in regular hands-on activities such as supporting the End 68 Hours of Hunger program, the Nashua Soup Kitchen, and the Greater Nashua CROP Hunger Walk; during the Christmas season we support local families through NH Social Services; yearly we offer a Chili and Chowder competition as a fundraiser to support local organizations, and so much more.

Pastoral care is also integral to our identity. Rev. Jo Barrett, Rev. Jay Hutchinson, Deacon Diane Hovey and other loving parishioners visit homes and facilities to share the love of God with those who cannot leave their homes.