There are a multitude of ways to interact or connect with us as a visitor besides Sunday worship. There are offerings and events that lean more towards social interactions, and those that serve others in meaningful ways, either within the church or the local and regional area.

Special Events and Social Offerings

Throughout the year, St. Peter’s hosts many events that are open to our neighbors and the surrounding community. Additionally, there are social groups that meet on a recurring basis like the book club, the Needlework Group, and Popcorn Theology. Read more on the events page.

Give Back by Volunteering

If you occasionally have a few hours and want to volunteer, chances to give back to the local community (while meeting the friendly people of St. Peter’s!) are always available. Frequent opportunities include making or serving food with the Food Ministry group, welcoming donors at an onsite American Red Cross blood drive or helping to maintain the labyrinth. Current volunteer options are listed on the volunteering page.

Deeper Commitment

For those who wish to serve the community, seek a deeper desire to share their spiritual gifts, or explore their faith, there are groups and ministries in which one can become active – details about our groups, ministries, and adult offerings are linked below.


Ministries in service to the community

Liturgical ministries that directly serve St. Peter’s Church

Wednesday Morning Prayer and Bible Study

Adult Inquirer’s class