We worship God with songs, prayers, the Eucharist (“Great Thanksgiving”), and more. And through the fellowship we embody in all these practices. In our worship we work to walk deeper into God’s dream for us and the world. At our best, our worship sends us out as renewed people, bearing the light of God into every part of our lives.
The Holy Eucharist is the central worship practice of the Episcopal Church. In it we celebrate the gifts we have been given, and we offer them back to God so that they and we can be transformed for the good of the world. The Eucharist is both tangible and mystical. Tangible in the bread and the wine that we physically offer, bless, and consume. And mystical in the way that Jesus the Christ (“Anointed One/Messiah/Savior”) renews us as we consume them. Our service is “Rite II,” which is Episco-speak for “contemporary language.”
All are welcome to the table at St. Peter’s, where there is always more to be discovered. Please join us!