• CALLED as Children of God ...

    • ... and CLAIMED by the Holy Spirit ...

    • ... We Are GATHERED to GROW ...

    • ... and SENT to SERVE.

Our Values

Worship Times
  • Worship Times

  • Sunday Morning at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Childcare is provided at both services.

    Worship is central to who we are as God's people.

    Our worship services are filled with uplifting music,  gospel-centric preaching, and Christ's presence in Holy Communion.

    We hope you join us this weekend!

What We Believe
  • What We Believe

  • Saint Peter Lutheran Church is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. We believe in one God who comes to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in God as our creator, and as one who cares for us as a parent would a child. We believe God has shown his love for us in becoming human in Jesus Christ. We believe through Jesus' death and resurrection we are given life, hope and salvation. We believe God continues to be with us, active in our lives and in the world through the Holy Spirit.  

Mission Statement
  • Mission Statement

  • CALLED as children of God, and CLAIMED by the Holy Spirit, the members of St. Peter Lutheran Church are GATHERED together to build each other up to use and GROW our gifts in the multitude of ministries we share – and are SENT out to serve the greater church, our community, and our world by using those gifts and ministries to share God’s love as the united people of God.    

Events

  • Ash WednesdayAsh Wednesday begins our Lenten observance Wednesday, February 10 at 7:00 p.m. The Imposition of Ashes will be offered and Holy Communion will be served. The Adult Choir will provide special music. Join us for a Lenten supper from 5:30-6:30 p.m. prior to worship. St. Peter Lutheran Church of Grimes's photo.
    • Lenten Soup Suppers, 5:30-6:30 p.m. - Soup suppers will be served each Wednesday beginning February 10 through March 16. The youth and their families will provide delicious suppers for all to enjoy at the cost of a free-will donation. Proceeds will help fund the 2016 Youth Mission Trip.
    • Confirmation - Confirmation youth meet in their small groups during the dinner hour (times arranged by small groups with their leaders) and attend worship at 7 p.m. together with their Small Group.
    • Adult Choir Rehearsal, 6-6:50 p.m. - The Adult choir will rehearse in the church sanctuary from 6-6:50 p.m. each Wednesday during Lent. If you have been thinking about joining the choir, they would love to have you join them.
    • Lenten Worship Services, 7 p.m. - Lenten Worship Services begin on Ash Wednesday, February 10 at 7 p.m.  Beginning on February 17, join us for a five week Lenten drama called "Half-Baked Lent". Each weekly drama scene takes place in a bakery. Dramas explore themes such as temptations, surprising grace, love, and God's activity in our lives.
  • Following the 10:30 a.m. worship service February 14, the Semi-Annual Congregational Meeting of St. Peter Lutheran will be held in the church sanctuary. Nursery will be available for young children during the meeting. The congregation will vote on approval of the 2016 budget at this meeting. There will also be opportunity for discussion of any other items members in attendance would like to address. Make plans to attend this important meeting of your congregation. A copy of the 2015 Annual Report is now available. You can find an electronic copy online or pick up a printed copy on the console table in the church lobby. The 2016 proposed budget is included in this Annual Report (only in the printed copy).
  • The Youth of St. Peter will be preparing and serving their annual Valentine Spaghetti Dinner the evening of Sunday, February 14. A free-will donation will be taken for the meal. Help support the youth as they raise funds for their summer mission trip the week of July 23-31 to Blue Knob, Pennsylvania. Reservation sign-ups are on the high top table in the church entrance. Sign up for the time slot that works best for you. You may also contact the church office by email or at 515-986-3077 and we will be happy to help make your reservation.
  • Clean out your closets and toy rooms and bring the toys that have been gently used, but long neglected, to the Toy Box at St. Peter through February. They will be given to Beacon of Life. This is a service project of the Women of St. Peter Lutheran (WELCA = Women of the ELCA).
     
  • A copy of the 2015 Annual Report is now available. You can find an electronic copy online or  pick up a printed copy on the console table in the church lobby.  The 2016 proposed budget is included in this Annual Report (only in the printed copy).  Approval of the 2016 budget will take place at the Semi-Annual Congregational Meeting that will be held on Sunday, February 14 following the 10:30 service.
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    Sunday School is held each Sunday from 9:15-10:15. Children who turn 3 by September 15 through high school are able to attend Sunday School. All classes (except Jr. High and High School) will start in the Sanctuary. Three-year-olds through Kindergarteners will end their morning in their classrooms while 1st-4th Graders will end Sunday School in the Sanctuary.

  • shadow holding handsWelcome, moms of small children! Grimes Community Moms' Group offers a chance to connect with other moms in a faith-based environment. Meetings are held in the St. Peter library and include a devotion and fellowship time with other moms. We offer two meeting times: daytime meetings on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 9 - 11 am (childcare provided), or evening meetings on the 3rd Monday of the month from 7:30 - 9:00 pm. We also offer scheduled social activities for moms and kids. We'd love to have you join us! Feel free to contact our Mom's Group Chair with questions, or you can register online now!
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    St. Peter Lutheran's choir presents it's 2015 Cantata, Reimagined, directed by Rita Rosenberg. Narration written and presented by Matt Pries. Peace be with you!

Ongoing Activities