• Current News

    September 27 & 30 – Intro to the Episcopal Church

    Have you ever wondered what characteristics define the Episcopal Church? What do Episcopalians believe? How did the Episcopal Church develop? Whether you are new to the church or a long-time member, you can come learn the answers to these questions and more in one of four brief sessions: Sunday, September 27, following the 8:00 and 10:15 services; or Wednesday, September 30, at 10:30am or 7:00pm. All are welcome to attend any one of these!

    Sunday, October 4, 10:15 Service – Blessing of the Animals

    Bring your leashed or crated pets to a special outdoor Eucharistic service to honor the feast of St. Francis, renowned lover of animals. Our regular 10:15 Sunday service will be held on the outside on the Monroe Green and all pets in attendance will receive a blessing. We will also be collecting pet food donations for the Monroe Food Pantry. Learn more…

    Monday, October 5, 7:00-8:30pm – Book Discussion Group

    Join St Peter’s Readers as we talk about Still Alice, by Lisa Genova. Wine and snacks abound, and new readers are always welcome.

    Upcoming Autumn Events

    St Peter’s has some great activities planned this season! Click here for the full line-up (pdf).

    The Discipleship Project

    In 2015, St Peter’s invites its members to go on a journey together. The Project will help us build spiritual depth through Prayer, Worship and Service. Learn more (pdf)

  • Christian Education

    St Peters Church School Pageant

    St Peter’s Church School

    Children and Youth are part of the life and spirit of St Peter’s Church. On Sundays during the school year, children ages pre-K to teen may attend Church School during the 10:15 Service. The classes help guide them as they learn about the faith and hear stories from the Bible.


    Church School Classes:

    Upstairs (in nursery classrooms):

    • Beulah Land (PK – 1) telling the stories of our faith
    • Godly Play (Grades 2 – 4) godly playing with the stories of our faith

    Downstairs (in Memorial Room):

    • Emmaus (Grades 5 – 9) discovering Jesus in our midst

    Family Sundays are held on selected Sundays throughout the year. Instead of attending Church School, children join in the 10:15 service, which features a Children’s Sermon and a simplified Children’s Liturgy.

    We ask that all church school families complete this brief registration form.

    Adult Bible Studies

    St Peters provides several opportunities throughout the year for adults for learn more about the Bible. Click here for our current study.

  • Get Involved

    We have something for everyone. Whether you like to read, sing, knit, garden, build, cook, watch movies or talk, you can find a place to fit in at St Peter’s. Click one of the opportunities below or contact the church office for more information.

    Outreach Opportunities

    Knit One, Pray Too

    St Peter’s Readers Book Group

    Altar Guild

    Episcopal Church Women (ECW)

    Film & Food Saturday Nights

    Flower Guild

    Senior Choir

    Junior Choir

    Men’s Club

    Lectors / Intercessors


    St Peter’s Parishioners:  Sign up to sponsor weekly altar flowers, communion wine or vigil lamp by clicking here.

  • October 4 - Blessing of the Animals

    8:00 Holy Eucharist I
    9:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal
    10:15 Holy Eucharist with
    **Blessing of the Animals**
        Service will be held on the Monroe Green. We will move to St Peter's Undercroft if it rains.

    Click here for this week's lessons
    During the Week
    Sunday, 7pm: AA/Al-Anon
    Tues, 7:30pm: AA
    Wed, 9:30am: Knit One, Pray Too
    Wed, 12 noon: AA