Worship at St. Peter's

Worship at St. Peter's is offered to the glory of God several times each weekend, and on special days during the liturgical year. We offer a variety of services to in several styles, although all our services are shaped by the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.

When we worship, we gather with others before God. We hear the Good News of Jesus Christ, give thanks, confess, and offer the brokenness of the world to God.  As we break bread, our eyes are opened to the presence of Christ. By the power of the Holy Spirit, we are made one body, the body of Christ sent forth to live the Way of Love.

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Saturday | 5:00 PM

This quiet and contemplative service is held in the Chapel. This is a service with communion and no music.

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Sunday | 8:00 AM

This is a service in the Church with communion and two hymns, lasting about 50 minutes total. 

Sunday | 10:00 AM

This is a service in the main Church with communion, hymns, and music by choir, band, and/or bells. 

When he was at the table with them, he took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them. Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him.
— Luke 24:30-31

Special & Seasonal Services

From the dramatic liturgies of Palm Sunday and Holy Week to the joyful services at Easter and Christmas, we offer a wide variety of special liturgies throughout the year. In addition to the Christmas, Holy Week, and Easter liturgies there are special services for St. Francis Day in early October, All Souls in early November, and other times of the year as announced. Special flower memorials and thanksgivings are also part of our seasonal services.