No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!
Jesus is right there, next to you and in your heart. Begin each day resting in that knowledge. You may submit a prayer request here, and we'll hold you and your loved ones in our hearts.
We plan to return to indoor worship on November 1. We will continue to provide the good news of Christ online for those who prefer not to join in-person worship. Stop by our Facebook page for sermons, uplifting messages, and community sharing.
Adult Bible study and Sunday school will continue in online form. Please contact the church office if you would like to be added to the email list for at-home Sunday school materials for children or to learn how to join adult Bible study online Sunday mornings
With our neighbors at Saint Alban's Episcopal Church and Advent Lutheran Church, we will hold a blessing of the animals on Sunday, October 4, at 4:30 p.m. Pets should be leashed or in a crate; their humans should wear a mask that covers mouth and nose and respect social distancing.
Saint Peter's has volunteered to provide dried spaghetti, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, and canned fruit for the Wilson Area Food Pantry. If you'd like to help, bring your donations to a worship service or drop them in the welcome center from 9:00 to 11:00 Mondays through Thursdays. We’ll deliver your gifts to the food pantry for you. Visit the food pantry’s website to learn more about it or to learn about eligibility requirements.
“I experience God’s presence during
worship as well as acceptance,
fellowship, spiritual growth, peace, and joy.” —Bob Frederick
“As a parent, it is nice for my children to have a church family that really cares about them.” —Angie Mayo
“Saint Peter’s is like one big happy
family!” —Amy Unger
"I like it here because I see my friends and we go outside to play when it’s hot." —Sam Redcay
"It’s a spiritual uplift after a tough
week." —Lisa Meleon
"Everyone is welcome at Saint Peter’s."