Praise and prayer is experienced through sacramental worship services, music and special programs. As an Episcopal parish, St. Peter's believes that faith and ministry are expressed through The Book of Common Prayer. Central to our worship is the celebration of Holy Communion and is celebrated in the majority of our worship services with bread and wine.
8:00 - 8:50 am - Holy Communion
We pray our early service in the traditional language ("Thee" and "Thou" of The Book of Common Prayer's Rite I. The service includes a sermon, and without music, an opportunity for silence.
10:30 - 11:45 am Holy Communion
This is our most attended time of worship. We pray this service in the more contemporary language ("You" and "Your") of The Book of Common Prayer's , Rite II . The St. Peter's choir leads the congregation in hymns and there is a sermon.
A nursery is provided at 9:15 to care for infants through Kindergarten children.
5:15 - Christian Meditation/Contemplative Prayer
Contemplative prayer, a form of Christian meditaiton, aims to open practitioners to the presence of God who dwells with us always. Meet in the Chapel to find peace, stillnesss and quiet.
12:00 - 12:30 Holy Communion & Healing Prayers
This short weekly service is held in the St. Peter's chapel. Its a nice mid-week way to pray and praise God.
Other Occasional Services
From time to time, St. Peter's will offer other services such as Evensong, Compline, or Morning Prayer. Special services are held on feast days such as Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Blessing of the Animals