Our church home We welcome visitors from other Christian churches along with seekers of the Christian religion. At the entrance to our front doors you will be greeted by our members who are glad you are with us to worship Jesus, the Word made flesh for our salvation.

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Jesus said, “Behold I make all things new” The Revelation of St. John the Divine 21:5.
We use the Book of Common Prayer liturgy and you will receive a bulletin to guide you through the service and members of our church will assist you in following the service. We use The Hymnal 1940 and music from other hymns from other hymnals for praising God with music accompanied with a digital organ. If you come from an Episcopalian, Roman Catholic, Lutheran or Orthodox Church background you will find our liturgical worship familiar. If you come from an Evangelical Christian Church background then this will be a new experience for you that puts you in connections with the historical Church going back to the Lord Jesus Christ and even back to the Old Testament. I am eager to meet you for a discussion on the Scriptures and why our worship is formal and liturgical.
Our Lord and Saviour We welcome visitors from other Christian churches along with seekers of the Christian religion. At the entrance to our front doors you will be greeted by our members who are glad you are with us to worship Jesus, the Word made flesh for our salvation.

We welcome Christians from other churches who are not Anglican but who have been baptized in the name of the Holy Trinity: Father, Son and Holy Ghost (Spirit). We do require baptism before you receive the consecrated elements of bread and wine, so if you have questions about baptism and the Lord’s Supper please meet with our pastor before the service so he may answer your questions. We desire that you receive the benefits of the Lord’s Supper: the forgiveness of your sins and everlasting life with Jesus in the resurrection from the dead in the new heavens and the new earth that the apostle John describes for us at the end of this age in Revelation 21.

Please contact me at the church e-mail address: VicarOfSaintPetersChurch

Let’s get together. Be my guest for a luncheon or just coffee to discuss the Lord Jesus Christ and His grace applied to us through His Sacraments.
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Last updated - November 22, 2018.