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Covenants

This month the people of St. Peter’s presented the story of Noah in song, dance, and spoken word. We worked hard on presenting a great production, but even more importantly, we learned about the story of Noah and the flood and what it means for us today. The flood story is really one of a…

Noah’s RemARKable Voyage

This year the families of St. Peter’s will present the story of Noah and the Flood in living color with words and music of John Folkening’s Noah’s RemARKable Voyage. Held in the sanctuary, showtime is Sunday, March 3, 2019 at 3:00pm with a reception to follow in the Narthex. The cast have been learning music…

Dr. Adam Lefever Hughes
Children’s Music Retreat

It’s not too late to register for the Children’s Music Retreat on Saturday, August 18, from 9:00am-12:30pm at St. Peter’s. Register online or find forms on the Musical Arts bulletin board, or in the church office. The Details Children, (rising K-5th graders), will have opportunities to worship God, sing songs, play together, share snacks, create art, and show off what they…

Children’s Music Retreat

Join us for our Children’s Music Retreat on Saturday, August 18, from 9:00am-12:30pm at St. Peter’s. This is a great chance to give choir a try with almost no commitment. The Details Children, (rising K-5th graders), will have opportunities to worship God, sing songs, play together, share snacks, create art, and show off what they learned. We’ll spend time…

It’s Cool in the Furnace

It’s finally here! Tomorrow at 3:00pm, St. Peter’s presents “It’s Cool in the Furnace”. Come to worship that morning, then return to the Sanctuary for the performance where you’ll learn about Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego and their run-in with King Nebuchadnezzar. Director’s Note It has been incredibly fulfilling to work together with the people of…

It’s church musical season!

For a long time at St. Peter’s, February and March saw children of all ages toiling in the sanctuary long into the night, feverishly preparing for the fast-approaching weekend when they would put up the annual church musical. At least, that’s how I remember it. In reality, there was probably very little toiling, and I…