Worship At St. Peter's

We offer two styles of worship - Traditional and Contemporary - along with a host of other opportunities for all ages and skills.

Vision28 Worship Booklet

Traditional Worship

Traditional worship services celebrate the heritage of the Church through hymns, songs, and liturgy. Musical selections range from hundreds of years old to newly written pieces, offering a timeless array of the Church’s musical history. Worship is accompanied by St. Peter’s marvelous pipe organ, and often includes additional instrumentation such as brass, choral groups, handbells, and more. These services contain a fairly standard worship order from week to week. Special Wednesday evening services occur in the seasons of Advent and Lent. For any interest in traditional music ministries, please contact Lindsey Fugill.

Contact Lindsey Fugill

Contemporary Worship

Contemporary worship services embody a dynamic and inclusive approach to worship, incorporating modern elements within the framework of Lutheran traditions. Engaging congregants through a blend of vibrant music, often led by a worship band or contemporary musicians, the service embraces relevant themes and messages that resonate with present-day experiences. These services contain a fairly standard worship order from week to week. For any interest in contemporary music ministries, please contact Daniel Bodemann.

Contact Daniel Bodemann

Worship Ministries

We offer various ways to get involved in worship services at St. Peter's.

Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Psalm 95:1

If you or your kids are looking to get involved and have questions, contact Lindsey Fugill or Daniel Bodemann.

St. Peter’s Choir welcomes teen and adult singers. The group’s primary role is to sing God’s praises and enhance the congregational song in traditional worship services. Musical pieces that are learned include choral anthems, hymn arrangements, classical sacred pieces, and more. Rehearsals take place on Wednesday evenings from 5:30pm-6:45pm.

St. Peter’s currently has two handbell choirs–the Redeemed Ringers and JuBELLation. One group offers a foundational experience for those with little to no prior handbell knowledge, while the other group offers a more advanced skill level. Both groups rehearse on Monday evenings, and ring regularly in traditional worship.

Traditional worship offers opportunities for a wide variety of additional instrumentation, including brass, winds, strings, and percussion. Any and all instrumentalists are welcome to participate, whether in small groups or in a solo capacity. Besides the St. Peter’s choir, vocalists are welcome to sing in small groups such as quartets, trios, and duets, as well as perform solo pieces.

The contemporary worship ministry at St. Peter’s looks to tell the story of God and sing the praises of King Jesus in a modern musical setting.  Our musicians use their skills every week to form a mosaic that describes the relationship between God and Mankind.  People of different ages and skill levels come together to not only offer their gifts to glorify God but also to be refined and challenged as musicians in order to paint a better picture and sing a better song that declares the glory of who God is and what he has done for us.  We are not the center, the point, nor the show.  We are humble tour guides of God’s glory.

Leading people in worship is a task requiring people of different personalities and natural abilities.  While some of the more creative types might be more visible, there are also opportunities for more systematic and focused minds to serve.  Our audio/visual team ensures not only that people in person can sing the praises of our God with one voice, but also those who might be tuning in from home.  Those who have an eye for detail might enjoy serving by running Pro-presenter (the words on the screen) or doing the camera work for our live stream.  Those of us with a good ear might enjoy helping with worship by running the live sound or the live stream sound.  

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