St. Peter's Episcopal Church

To lead each person into a living relationship with Jesus Christ, train them as disciples, and make Jesus known to others.

We Believe:

All are welcome.  We believe all baptized christians are able to partake in the Lord's Eucharist.

If you have questions or are unsure of what this means, please contact Fr. Andrew Hanyzewski.
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Upcoming Events:

Sunday, January 25
   8:00am - Bible Study
   10:00am-Annual Meeting
   4:0opm-Concert Series

Wednesday, January 28
   6:30pm-Holy Eucharist

Thursday, January 29
   12:10pm-Holy Eucharist
Saturday, January 31
     8:30am-Women's Bible Study
                    at Beauty and the Bean
  9am-12pm-CPR/AED Training

Sunday, February 1
   8:00am - Bible Study
   10:00am-Fellowhsip Breakfast

Next Vestry Meeting
February 19th-5:30pm






























Thursday, May 1st
The National Theme for this year is "Fellowship with God"

2 Chronicles 7:14 "If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sins and heal their land."

You are invited to be a part of the National Day of Prayer
to be held at Fort Christian Assembly













St. Peter's Annual Meeting
Sunday, January 25th , 2014
Meeting directly following Mass
All are welcome!

St. Peter's Concert Series Presents:
"Harp Twins"

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Sunday, January 25th

We are so privileged to have “Harp Twins” Camille and Kennerly Kitt here at St. Peter’s to open our 2015 Concert Series. This delightful duo performs original arrangements of traditional and contemporary compositions on acoustic and electric harps.  To find out more about them, go to their website at: You won’t want to miss this unique concert!

Given to:

Charlie Bardenwerper

for his hard for the Episcopal Diocese as the historiographer for the last 17 years.  Congratulations Charlie!