Worship and Music
Humans were created to worship and praise the Triune God. At St. Peter's, our worship life is a vibrant, Christ-centered time in which God confronts us through the gifts of Word and Sacrament.
On Sunday mornings we draw on the best of the Lutheran liturgical and musical traditions and seek to incorporate the best of other traditions, as well. Although our two services differ a bit from each other, both are always liturgical in shape. Holy Communion is celebrated every Sunday at both services. A children's sermon is offered at the late service.
We seek to involve many lay people in a variety of roles, and we hope that you'll get involved!
It takes many people to make worship happen at St. Peter's. Every service involves lay people participating as readers, crucifers, acolytes, ushers, greeters, communion servers, assisting ministers, and soundboard operators. If you wish to be involved, contact Barnie Slice or Kay Filar in the church office.
This choir, for adults and older youth, sings weekly in worship. The Parish Choir sings at the 10:30 am service except on the first Sunday of the month, when they sing at 8:15 am. They rehearse weekly on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in the Choir Room.
The St. Peter's Handbell Choir, for adults and older youth, rehearses weekly on Wednesdays at 5:15 pm in the old Fellowship Hall. They typically play the Prelude one Sunday each month (at both services).
St. Peter's Ringers
The Youth Handbell Choir, for youth in 4th grade and up, rehearses every Wednesday at 4:15 pm September-December under the direction of Ms. Muffie Alling.