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Welcome to St. Peter & St. Paul

Our Mission is Growing Disciples of Jesus Christ. We hope that you will find connection with God and a warm welcome from our people. To learn more about us, read the overviews below and browse our website to learn more about our ministries and what God is doing among us. God bless you always!


What is St. Peter & St. Paul like?

St. Peter & St. Paul is an Episcopal Church, often described as a combination of both catholic and protestant heritage. We are similar in worship style to Lutheran, Catholic, Methodist and other churches with a regular pattern of Bible readings, prayers and hymns.

We are reverent, yet friendly. We stay relevant to daily lives while rooted in tradition. Some folks come in jeans, some wear ties, all are welcome. We focus less on politics and more on Christian living. We honor the Bible as the Word of God, and we strive to put Jesus Christ at the center of who we are and all we do.

Our weekend services are communion services on Saturday at 5:30 PM (a small service without music, gathering 40-50 people), Sunday at 8:00 AM (with hymns, gathering 25-30 people), and Sunday at 10:30 AM (with choirs, gathering 150-250 people depending on the season). For more information about our worship services, click here.


Be our guest and see how the experience feels to you. We invite you to listen to a sermon.  We hope that you find connection with God and a warm welcome from our people. God bless you always!​

Our Beliefs / Anglican Christianity +

A Brief History of St. Peter & St. Paul +


Participation at
St. Peter & St. Paul

We welcome guests of all ages and stations in life to participate in worship and ministry. The ministry of the church is done by all the people, and there are a range of ministries to help you grow as a disciple of Jesus Christ. We have excellent programs for Children and Youth, numerous Bible Studies and classes for adults, and a variety of ways to serve Christ in the world. Our Pastoral Care ministries provide support in practical, spiritual and interpersonal ways. While we welcome you to join us as a member, you are welcome to participate as a guest. Please let us know how we can support you in your journey.

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