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We welcome you to St. Peter's and invite you to visit us this Sunday.

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WORSHIP TIMES

GET TO KNOW US

SERVICE IS AT THE HEART OF WHAT WE DO

BIBLE STUDIES WITH LIFE APPLICATIONS

Traditional:

8:00am and 11:00am

Contemporary:

9:30am

Communion:

First Sunday of each month  

We would like to get to know you and we welcome you to get to know us.  We believe you will find people of all kinds here. Meet a new diverse family.

True service not only benefits others, but impacts our lives as well. You are welcome to join us. There is room for you.

Learning, growing and discussing. We all have a personal walk to share as we learn together.

The only thing you need to visit, is to know where we are. 

   Join us just as you are.

Come serve with us.

Come grow with us.

  • We believe Jesus loves you just as you are. His plan for us is to follow Him in loving and and helping others.

  • We believe you will like what you find at St. Peter's. Please plan a visit.

Welcome From The Pastor:


Pastor Cory Britt

Welcome to our community! My name is Cory Britt and I am thankful your curiousity has brought you this far. We are an open community who is looking at ways to center our lives around loving God and loving one another. We are imperfect but we pray we stumble towards the goodness of Jesus. If you are looking for a place to discover Jesus, yourself, your way in this world, or simply trying to  figure out what the next step is on your faith journey is, please join us on a Sunday, email me, or stop in! We would love to connect with you.

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"From The Pastor's Desk"

APRIL 2020

Jesus is alive and ever present in our lives. There is no place he does not exist. Our world is rapidly changing and presenting challenges, but as the Psalms say, God is our refuge and strength and ever present help in trouble. Remember to stay close to him.


I first want to thank you all for staying engaged in your faith, for supporting one another, and being a light in our community. I have heard wonderful stories or families worshiping together, others running out to pick up groceries for some who are homebound, others have been generous in their giving to help support our ministries, many more adapting to online Bible studies and prayer groups. You are an amazing people, thank you for allowing Jesus to shine through you in these difficult days.


We are still the church. We are still looking for opportunities to be Jesus. We wanted to let you know that while the church BUILDING is closed MINISTRY is still happening.  I could not be more proud of your staff. They have been going at full speed creating content to help others grow in their faith, learning how to do things they've never done before, being flexible and keeping me sane. We are still able to do pastoral care, just in a different way. To that end we want you to know that we still have people answering phones, so if there are needs or questions you have, please feel free to call our office. Maybe you know someone who is more susceptible to this virus and needs someone else to pick up some groceries. We have had several volunteers offer to assist in running errands. Simply call the office, and Debbie or I will help you find someone to assist you or someone you know. 


We are doing our best to create online content for you to grow in your faith. Please visit our YouTube page by clicking "St Peter's Youtube" to find the latest worship service, sermon, children's message, music for children, and some videos on spiritual formation practices. The best way to connect to stay informed is through Facebook and for our LIVE SUNDAY SERVICES click HERE. We know that some of you do not have facebook, but you can still explore our Facebook page without joining.


This week is Holy Week and it is a time to remember that Jesus, walked the loneliest walk from dinner with his friends, to betrayal, abandonment, humiliation, torture, and death. The mourning, grief, suffering, and agony; not just by him, but by his friends and family. God entered the chaos of this broken creation so that he might heal it. I invite you to join our online service on Facebook, Thursday night at 7 and Friday at noon. It will be a contemplative service exploring the last days of Jesus, time to meditate, be still, and remember what God did, so we know who God is, and live with hope with what God will do.


Peace and Blessings,


Pastor Cory Britt

Below you will find our latest Sermon's and Children's Messages. 

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GET INVOLVED

To discover some of the ways to get involved and connect with the St. Peter's family, please visit the following pages:  Youth     Children & Preschool     Adults in Service

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Lenten Study 2020
Building Better Moms - Registration

Continuing Activities
March 2020 Calendar

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Latest Sunday Bulletins.

If you have missed a Sunday or just want to know what's happening, keep in touch with the latest Sunday bulletins right here.

Sunday March 22, 2020
Sunday March 15, 2020
Sunday March 8, 2020
Sunday March 1, 2020