As the Rector and Pastor of Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, I would like to welcome you to our parish webpage! We are glad you have found us and want you to know that if you are looking for a spiritual home, you would be most welcome in our community.

In the past few years, we have redoubled our efforts to welcome newcomers into our midst. We hosted a dinner for everyone who began worshiping with us in the previous two years. It was a fun evening of fellowship and getting to know one another. We have enjoyed a Newcomers' Sunset Cruise for the past two years.  See photos.

To all of our newcomers, a sincere and hearty WELCOME!

Things to Know About Us

ABOUT OUR SERVICE                            



To help enrich your worship experience with us, we offer the following suggestions for your guidance: 

In an effort to conserve and promote eco-friendly habits, you can download the Sunday Bulletin on our website. To do so, click here to download a PDF copy. You may also bring your device to church; log onto “StPetersChurch-guest," (password “Episcopal”) and download the PDF before the service. 

 † Most of the liturgy can be followed in your service booklet. However, if the service is new to you, do not hesitate to ask anyone for assistance! 

 † At several points in the service, you will notice people kneeling, others standing, or seated. We are given this choice and you should feel free to do whichever is the most appropriate for you. All are correct. 

 † All God’s people are welcome to receive Communion in the Episcopal Church, including children. The ushers will help direct you to the Communion rail. If physical limitations make it difficult for you to come to the rail, please let an usher know and we will be happy to bring Communion to you in your pew. 

 † To receive the wafer, cross your hands, palm up, and the wafer will be placed in your hand. To receive the chalice, lightly steady the cup with your hand and help direct it to your lips. If you do not wish to receive the chalice, simply cross your arms over your chest. If you need a gluten-free wafer, please speak to one of the clergy before service. 

 † Laying on of Hands and Anointing for Healing is offered during the Communion portion of most Sunday services. If you wish to receive unction or to share a special prayer request during administration of Communion, please meet a member of the clergy in the Chapel to the right of the Altar. 

 † The presence, sounds and activities of children are welcome in our service! In the back of the church are activity packets for children to use in the pews. There is a rocking chair for parents. The ushers will direct you. 

 † Godly Play is our Sunday School for age 3 to 5th grade on Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 10:00 on the lower level of the Parish Hall. Please direct questions to Chris Miller-Marcin at 645-8479 or by email

 † Restrooms are available in the Narthex and the Parish Hall. An usher can give you directions. 

 † If you need assistance with hearing devices, please let a member of the clergy know. 

 † Be sure to join us for Coffee Hour! Just follow the brick path [and the people] to our Parish Hall. You'll be glad you did--you will feel at ease and find our parishioners to be friendly and happy to meet you. 



Our program is comprised of four choirs and ensembles. Ours is an active, vital, and growing program and you are encouraged to become involved. We offer choral music on Sunday at the 10:00 a.m. service, September through May, and Sung Compline the 1st Thursday evening each month at 8:45.


Our youth ministry is comprised of SPY [St. Peter's Youth], grades 6 - 8, and SPY HIGH, grades 9 - 12.


Saint Peter's congregation is very active with Outreach programs and many Special Ministries.


St. Peters' is a very active parish with many activities occurring throughout the year. We sponsor our Annual Art Show [which  benefits Outreach] and our Summer Spirituality Series, our picnic, our newcomers cruise, and many music events. See our Parish Life page.