One of the coolest things about Jesus is that he didn’t just do a lot of talking. Sure, he preached and told parables and taught people about his Father’s kingdom. But he was also a man of action, and he loved to call others to action, too. Here at St. Peter’s, we are still trying to respond to his call and get moving. We do a lot of important things here in Christ’s name, and you’re invited to get involved. Listed here are the names and contact information for our eight ministry councils. There is plenty to be done, and we could sure use your help.
Listed here are the names and contact information for the heads of the eight main ministry areas of St. Peter’s. Don’t know where to start? Call one of them and ask for more information. There is plenty to be done. We could use your help.
Meets monthly to pray for and discuss members who are struggling with any need or trouble, and plan ways to help them feel the love of God despite their challenges. Contact The Rector.
Children and Youth
Works to provide our children and youth with programs and classes of excellence, and demonstrate what relationship with Christ is like. Contact Sue Palmer
Strives to plan relevant, inspiring classes for adults that will feed our minds as well as our bodies and souls. This includes Sunday morning Adult Forum, but also seasonal offerings (Lent, Advent) and special programs or seminars during the year. Contact The Rector.
Worship and Music
Discusses the practices of worship at St. Peter’s and how we can better bring glory to God through our services, and works with the Rector to plan particular liturgies. Contact The Rector.
Mission and Outreach
Dedicated to honoring our sacred responsibility as Christians by extending the radical love of God to all those who may not feel or know it-through the Community Market, Habitat for Humanity, Adopt-a-Family, and numerous other programs and events throughout the year. Contact The Rector.
Building and Grounds
Works to maintain our historic church, beautiful grounds, new office and meeting space, and all other facilities, so that future generations will also consider them one of St. Peter’s biggest blessings. Contact Gerry Reynolds
Hospitality & Community Life
Help us live into the ancient words of St. Benedict and treat all guests “as if they are Christ.” Community Life Plans and organizes events that create fellowship and build community, such as picnics, dinners, and celebrations. Contact Barbara Coughlan