What time is Worship on Sundays?
Our worship service begins at 10:00am.
You will see people dressed casually and others in their "Sunday Best." Either is very acceptable – we want people to be comfortable as they focus on worshipping the Lord.
What do you offer for children on Sunday mornings?
Children of any age are welcome to attend worship with you.
If they become fussy, there is a "Cry Room" in the education hallway where you can sit with your child but still see and hear the worship service.
There is a nursery for children under the age of 3.
During the sermon, a Children's Message is available for those ages 3 (bathroom independent) through 5th grade. They will go to classrooms with our volunteer teams to participate in age appropriate bible lessons and activities. Children will rejoin their families in the congregation before communion.
What education options do you offer?
Confirmation classes for middle school (grades 6-8) are available for children to learn more about our Christian and Lutheran background and prepare them to be members of the church. High Schoolers (9-12) meet to learn more biblical truths and apply them to their lives as they enjoy fellowship.
What should I expect when I visit St. Peter for the first time?
Ancient Word • Sacrament • Modern Music • Message
As you arrive you will be welcomed at the front door by the Welcome Team. Feel free to ask them any questions.
The Worship Center is in front of you where we praise God in song and word. At the doorway ushers will give you a bulletin and help you find seats if needed.
To the right as you exit the Worship center is a hallway that leads to the bathrooms, a conference room and an outside door that leads to our Barn (the red building behind our main building). To the left as you exit the Worship center are double doors that lead to our nursery and education classrooms.
What do we believe?
We are part of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
We believe in the Triune God:
the Father, creator of all that exists;
Jesus Christ, the Son, who became human to suffer and die for the sins of all human beings and to rise to life again in the ultimate victory over death and Satan; and
the Holy Spirit, who creates faith through God’s Word and Sacraments.
The three persons of the Trinity are coequal and coeternal, one God.
For more on our beliefs please visit www.lcms.org