At St. Peter's, you will find a diverse parish filled with people from all walks of life — gay, straight, married, partnered, single, families, young, and not-so-young.
Come in and you'll experience transformative worship rooted in ancient liturgy, friendly people who reflect the values and demographics of Lakeview, and good coffee.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey — doubting, full-of-faith, or in between — you belong at St. Peter's.
Come to St. Peter's for the 11 a.m. Sung Eucharist on Sunday, December 22 as the church celebrates a Service of Advent Lessons: Meditating the Great "O" Antiphons.
The Great "O" Antiphons have a written history of more than 1,100 years and are attributed to St. Gregory the Great. Each antiphon represents a name given to Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures -- Wisdom, Adonai, Root of Jesse, Key of David, Rising Dawn, King of Nations, and Emmanuel -- and a petition asking for fulfillment of a Scriptural promise or prophecy. Make your way to St. Peter's and be a part of this experience.