Weekly Worship & Prayer

Children's Service
All who seek Christ are welcome at this table. Wherever you find yourself on the journey of faith, you are welcome to receive communion at St. Peter’s Church.

All are welcome at God’s table. Gathering together in worship is the heart of our life at St. Peter’s. At each of our three Sunday services we hear the story of God’s salvation and we share in the Holy Eucharist, the bread and wine that unites us with the risen Christ.

“We worship in a beautiful building that was built hundreds of years ago and through whose doors thousands of souls have passed. Each of those people was on his or her own spiritual journey—questioning, seeking and finding God here. St. Peter’s embraces its magnificent past, but we also look hopefully to its future.  We welcome everyone who comes through these doors.

And once you enter, the message you’ll hear is that it’s okay to seek new answers to old questions, and that God’s covenant to us is that he will love us no matter what or who we are. That love allows us to take risks in our lives and to follow the truth where it might lead us.” – Suzanne Biemiller, parishioner

On Sundays

  • 9 a.m. Worship Service with sermon
    • A peaceful and inspiring start to the day
    • Laying on of hands and healing prayers on the second Sunday of each month
  • 9 a.m. Children’s Service, with Bible story and songs
    • In the auditorium of St. Peter’s School
    • A lively and informal service especially suited for children ages 2 to 6 with their families
  • 11 a.m. Worship Service with sermon and music
    • A beautiful service, both ancient and contemporary
    • Laying on of hands and healing prayers on the second Sunday of each month

Between Sundays

  • Eat, Pray, Laugh — morning prayer on Tuesdays at 7:45 a.m.
    • In St. Peter’s House, 313 Pine Street
    • Morning prayer, coffee and pastries, lively conversation about the morning’s Bible readings
  • Seeking Christ Within — silent contemplative prayer on Wednesdays at 6 p.m.
    • In St. Peter’s House, 313 Pine Street
    • Christian meditation with Holy Scripture; no previous experience expected

Children are welcome at all times

Relax! God put the wiggle in children. Don’t feel you have to suppress it in God’s house. Let your child use the floor and benches of the box as their own area. Standing on the benches allows children to see what’s going on. Click here for more information about our Children’s Service, Sunday Bible Stories, Church School and Children’s Choir.