First Time Here?


First of all, welcome to St. Peter's! We understand that visiting a church for the first time can make a person nervous. To ease your nerves for your visit, here is some information about our congregation and worship.

What Time Is Worship?

Sundays at 10:15a
St. Peter's follows the Divine Service worship liturgy as found in the Lutheran Service Book, incorporating hymns, organ, and choir music. On the Third Sunday of the Month, we incorporate Contemporary Worship songs into the Divine Liturgy where applicable. In Worship the Service is all about receiving the Word of God and God's gifts of forgiveness of sins. You will hear God's Law which shows our need of a redeemer, and you will hear God's saving word, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, whose death on the cross atoned for the sin of the world. The congregation participates in responding to the gifts of God with thanksgiving and praise. 
Bible Study: Sundays at 9a 
Classes are for all age groups. Classes do not meet during summer months.

What Should I Wear?

All of our worship services are come as you are! We don't care what you wear (as long as it's something). We just want to see you! We are far more interested in your relationship with Christ than in your appearance. So grab your sweats or slacks, t-shirt or button-down, shoes or sandals, and come worship Jesus with us!
People look at the outward appearance, but the Lord looks at the heart. 
-1Samuel 16:7

What Should I Expect?

At St. Peter's, you can expect faithful biblical preaching; authentic worship of the Lord our God; and imperfection. We are and always will be growing in Christ. But none are perfect. We are a congregation who deeply trusts in the work and words of Jesus and the Word of God to save us and change our hearts and minds for his glory. And we try every day to love others (including you) with the love he has shown us in Jesus.

Find Your Community

St. Peter's is "the church that's a family." We love when you visit, but we love even more when we can get to know you! Meeting together in the name of Jesus is how Christians develop in their faith as well as their relationships with God and one another. Here are some places you can dip your toes into the St. Peter's community or jump right in!


Sunday morning or Saturday evening worship are perhaps the easiest, lowest-pressure places to meet people at St. Peter's. Expect a smile, a hello, and a handshake, because you are welcome here.

Bible Study

Each Sunday morning, adults and children alike get to participate in their own Sunday school classes. Bible lessons promote not only education but participation and relational development with Jesus and one another.

Youth Groups

St. Peter's is passionate about the development of our youth. High school students and junior high students both have places to grow in their faith and find community at St. Peter's. Please see our calendar for upcoming events and our Youth Ministries page for more information about high school and junior high age groups.


Throughout the year, St. Peter's hosts a wide range of events from an annual Smorgasbord and Bazaar, a Rally Day Outdoor Worship Service and service events put on by the youth and other organizations. If you're looking to see some friends or make a new friend, to participate or volunteer, check out our Calendar and News feed to know what's coming up and when.