What is Worship?

As Lutherans, worship is at the heart of what we do.  Each week we gather around God's Word and the Sacraments to be refreshed, forgiven, and renewed.  Sunday worship can be broken down into two main pieces: receiving God's gifts and responding in thankfulness.  In the worship service we receive forgiveness and are reminded of God's love for us.  In response to this amazing grace we sing praise and leave empowered to share those gifts with our neighbor.



Modern praise with liturgical backing


Historic liturgy led by organ


Forgiveness offered through the Lord's Supper every week

Diversity in Worship

Sunday worship at St. Peter takes two different forms.  At 9:00 am is our contemporary service.  This time is meant to be more relaxed with band-led praise songs and a loose liturgical structure.  At 11:00 am is our traditional service.  Here, we follow the historic liturgies found in the Lutheran Service Book led by piano or organ.  We work to offer diverse worship that encourage the presentation, distribution and reception of God’s life-giving gifts in Word and Sacrament.  We celebrate the Lord's Supper every week at both services.



You are welcome to come check us out any Sunday to see how we worship.  If you have questions, feel free to reach out!