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  Sunday mornings are the most important day of the week for us at St. Peter’s. This time is when we gather as a body of believers, and seek to worship God in spirit and truth. Worship is part of how we express our devotion to God. When we worship, we declare and proclaim God’s worth to us. 
The Bible is clear that all who follow Christ should be regularly engaged in corporate and private worship.  While nothing can replace personal prayer and worship time in your home, it is also vital for every Christian to be engaged with other brothers and sisters in corporate worship. Hebrews 10:25 says, “Let us not give up meeting together as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another, and all the more, as you see the Day approaching. 

We meet weekly at 10:00 a.m. to worship together.

   At St. Peter’s, the preaching of God’s word (the Bible), is central to everything we do. As a result, we preach through the text of scripture each Sunday in order for our hearts to be convicted and for us to worship together in spirit and truth. In addition, we also desire to glorify God through excellence in music during our weekly worship services. We do this by offering up praises to Him through a time of musical worship, which is led by our worship team. This time has a three-fold purpose: 1. to glorify God, 2. to encourage the hearts of the gathered believers, and 3. to remind us of the faithful and unchanging nature of God. 

We also provide nursery (infants-K) and children’s church (K-3rd) during our 10:00 a.m. service.

If you are interested in using your musical talents to glorify God and encourage the Church, please contact our worship leaders:

Jacob Sechrist, at

Chris Flinchbaugh, at