Our Mission...
Follow Christ and reach out to others so they can know the love of God. To be a safe,         non-reactive community of healing and spiritual growth.

Welcome to St. Peter's!
For special services & events each month, see our Calendar.

We welcome you to our church, our worship, and our parish life. Please know that whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on your faith journey, there is a place for you here. 

Everyone is invited to receive the sacrament of Holy Communion. If you prefer not to receive it, we invite you to the altar rail, cross your arms on your chest, and receive the blessing of God. If you are unfamiliar with the Episcopal way, ask someone for help or merely relax and enjoy the beauty and power of the service by observing

St. Peter's is very proud of its pastoral direction, as well as the individual efforts from its congregational members; to support and further Christ's mission on earth. St. Peter's delights itself in its collective body from various backgrounds and theologies. Although the Episcopal Church has core understanding and guidance, we recognize that this Body includes all people, Christians from around the world regardless of "religion". 

The Episcopal Church values the importance of individuals and the gifts each has to offer. St. Peter's celebrates the journey we have all undertaken to live out Christ's mission in such a complicated world. Truly, everyone has a part to play and share with others. What inspires


About St. Peter’s

We believe that God is always at work, and attempting to re-establish his presence on earth through His son and His People. That we, as the Body of Christ, are His hands and feet on earth; to reach out and to do His will.

As we seek God collectively and individually, change takes root and something wonderful happens. We not only notice the changes in ourselves, but we see the changes in others. Amazing stories of ordinary people that have faced difficult challenges, persevered, and triumphed. We are a people who are seeking after God’s face. “Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” 

Thursday Night Service. Great Potlucks Follow:

Everyone is invited and welcome to our Prayer and Worship Services every Thursday night at 5:30 p.m. Over the years, The Rev. Virginia Carr has explored, taught, and utilized a variety of mediums to lead the congregation of St. Peter's into a deeper understanding of the mysteries of our Lord Jesus Christ. She is as creative in her regular services, as she is for our special events. Without question, her knowledge and understanding are invaluable. Thursday night services change throughout the seasons and offer new ideas and fresh perspectives, so bring your questions. 

Mother Virginia engages our senses through the use of liturgy, candles, music, and utilizes a variety or combination of worship styles. We have also enjoyed exploring the labyrinth, art, poetry, and writing to name a few. Her creativeness to cross the modern with Monastic and Apostolic practices renews and deepens our faith. Our Thursday nights have provided an opportunity to nurture our spiritual relationship with Christ. We would encourage anyone seeking a greater truth to join us, and ask questions as well.

This is the time to bring your doubts, questions, faith, and scientific understanding of the world; to fully engage both your mind and spirit in worship together. We recognize that we are all part of the same journey with similar struggles, regardless of age or background. Our way is not to convert someone to our ways but to grow as the Body of Christ, and advance the Kingdom of God. We believe that the Holy Spirit is at work within and beyond the walls of St. Peter’s, and is changing lives. He can change yours as well, if you let Him. Change is always difficult, but unless there is change, progress is never made. You are loved!