Our Worship Services

Jesus answered him, "It is written, 'Worship the Lord your God, and serve only him.’" (Luke 4: 8)

We are happy you have decided to worship with us!  All who are baptized are invited to receive Holy Communion; alternately, you are invited to come forward for a blessing. Our services are streamed on St. Peter's YouTube for those who choose to worship from home.  

Service Descriptions

Saturday 5:00 PM

In Moore Memorial Chapel; no music.

(Note: The entrance to our chapel is located in our parish hall.)

This contemplative service uses the same Bible lessons appointed for Sunday worship. The liturgy follows Rite II in the Book of Common Prayer, which uses contemporary English for celebrating the sacrament of Holy Eucharist each week.  We hope to soon return to offering Healing Prayers before the service for those who desire laying-on-of-hands and anointing.

Sunday 7:45 AM

In the chapel; no music

This contemplative liturgy follows Rite 1 in The Book of Common Prayer, which uses traditional language ("thee" and "thou"), for celebrating the sacrament of Holy Eucharist each week.  After worship, the congregation often gathers in Williams Hall for coffee; you may sign up to provide coffee and refreshments.

Sunday 10:15

Sunday 10:15 AM

In the sanctuary with music

Our primary Sunday worship service following Rite II in The Book of Common Prayer, with scripture readings, a sermon, prayers, Holy Communion, and music led by our minister of music and choir.  After worship, the congregation gathers in Williams Hall for coffee and light refreshments; you may sign up to host coffee hour (making coffee and providing light refreshments).

Children are always welcome at worship! Children up to age 5 can visit our Pray-ground during worship (parents can sit in the first few pews nearby), and we have Pew Bags with some activities like coloring and finger labyrinths for children to borrow during worship.  Stop by our Prayer Station (by the pray-ground) with your youngsters before or after worship, where children can "light" (turn on) a candle and say a prayer.  As of September 11, 2022, we offer the following for children during our 10:15AM service during the school year:

2nd Sunday: Children's Chapel during the first half of the service  for preschool-2nd grade. They'll be led back to the sanctuary to find their parents in the pews midway through the service.

3rd Sunday: Children's sermon by Reverend Valerie

The nursery room is located just beyond the narthex should you wish to use it with your young ones during worship time.  If you would be interested in volunteers providing nursery care for  your infants through 4-year olds, please contact us to express interest.

Wednesday 10:00 AM

In Moore Memorial Chapel (entrance in parish hall); no music

Healing Eucharist. This celebration of Holy Eucharist focuses on Jesus’ ministry of healing in body, mind and spirit, offering laying on of hands and anointing for healing. The lessons are usually taken from appointed feast days (sometimes transferred) and the homily reflects on the various types of healing that can occur.
Healing Service
Special Services

Special Services

Location and music vary

During the seasons of Advent (December) and Lent (March and the beginning of April), we offer Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer in the Moore Memorial Chapel, Monday through Friday. In Advent, we say Morning Prayer at 9:00 AM and Evening Prayer at 7:00 PM. In Lent, we say Morning Prayer at 9:00 AM, and Evening Prayer Monday through Thursday at 7:00 PM. On Fridays in Lent, we offer Stations of the Cross in the Sanctuary at 7:00 PM. 

Throughout the year there are important Feast or Fast days, like Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, the Easter Vigil and the Ascension of Jesus. Please check our event page to see all the details about where and the when the service will be held.

We are happy to say Morning Prayer with you any weekday; just stop by our parish office at 9 AM.

Baptisms, Weddings, Funerals

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