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Worship

Gathered in Community

Worship at St. Peter
Worship at St. Peter

Join us to worship in Jesus name! Children are an integral part of worship at St. Peter Lutheran! Children come forward for our weekly children’s messages, have the opportunity to respond to God’s word by making something at the Creation Station, and bring their quarters forward to put in our quarter tube which supports our local food pantry. We acknowledge and embrace the joyful noise of children in worship and encourage families to worship together as much as possible. We understand the challenges of worshiping with small children and offer a Nursery for childcare during worship services.

We are a liturgical church and scripture selections come from the Revised Common Lectionary, a three-year cycle of Bible readings used by Christians in North America, and connect us to themes of the church year. Lectionaries have been used since the earliest church, one of many practices that keep us grounded in the faith of our forebears. Though we use a variety of styles and music, we consistently hold to the ancient pattern of Christian worship: Gathering ~ Word ~ Prayer ~ Meal ~ Sending.

We believe that God is present when we gather and is pleased with the prayers, songs, words, and gifts that we offer. In worship God graciously fills us with good things so that we may be good news for the world.

All are welcome at the Lord’s Table when we celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion. Children may come forward for a blessing. Gluten free wafers are available on the stand at the front of Sanctuary. Simply take a wafer and hold it up when it is your turn.

 

Worship Times

Sunday Morning at 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Worship on Wednesday 6:30 p.m.
Summer Worship (Labor Day through Memorial Day) 9 a.m.
Childcare is provided during both services.

Sermons Available Online

If you are unable to attend for one reason or another, or you want to hear your favorite sermon again, visit the St. Peter Soundcloud page.

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