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All Creation Sings

If you were at traditional worship services, or if you tuned into our livestream, you may have heard Pastor Martin Zimmann reference a number of hymnals during his sermon. Of course he mentioned the “green one” (Lutheran Book of Worship), the “blue one”, (With One Voice), the “cranberry one” (Evangelical Lutheran Worship), and the “purple…

Children's Jubilate Choir offering special music during worship
Music Ensembles

This fall, St. Peter’s musicians will regather to make music together in vocal and handbell choirs. Below is a list of opportunities to get involved. For more information or if you have questions, please email Adam Lefever Hughes, the Director of Music. All are welcome! Herald Choir The Herald Choir is for singers 9th grade…

The Future is Bright

June is here and with it the start of a journey toward a brighter future. Of course, that could mean anything to anyone, but I’ll be happy to talk about what I’ve seen in the last month, how I see it being emblematic of our church community, and the hope I have for the future.…

Updated Summer 2021 Worship Schedule FAQ

Greetings, everyone! After the CDC’s recommendations two weeks ago, we have some important updates to share regarding St. Peter’s Summer 2021 Worship offerings. The overall schedule remains unchanged as we are hoping to offer a mix of opportunities to worship that will hopefully capture as many comfort levels as possible. To recap, that’s an 8:00…

Summer 2021 Worship Schedule FAQ

NOTE: This FAQ was created and published prior to the CDC’s May 13th recommendations. Information below may be subject to change. We hope to continue to update you with worship plans for the 2021 summer schedule. If you have questions, please reach out to your church leaders. St. Peter’s worship schedule is changing and you…

The Covenants of Lent – part 3

This article is a continuation of a series (beginning with parts one and two) which looks to explore how God is at work among God’s people from the lens of the prescribed old testament readings from the Revised Common Lectionary. Making promises, providing in times of need, and raising up leaders from unexpected places all…

The Covenants of Lent – part 2

This article is a continuation of a series (beginning with part one) which looks to explore how God is at work among God’s people from the lens of the prescribed old testament readings from the Revised Common Lectionary. Making promises, providing in times of need, and raising up leaders from unexpected places all feature in…

The Covenants of Lent – part 1

This year, the prescribed old testament readings from the Revised Common Lectionary (our worship readings for Sunday mornings) show God at work among God’s people. Making promises, providing in times of need, and raising up leaders from unexpected places all feature in these readings. How might these readings – and our accompanying songs – carry…