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Welcome to St. Peter’s Anglican Church

The Liturgy exists for the purpose of worship, not for the comfort or edification of the faithful; we do not therefore take part in it for any personal gain, but to make the most perfect offering to God of which man is capable. And if we take our Communion and receive Him who is our perfect joy, still it is not for our own benefit, but that we may be more wholly given to God in union with Him. — Frederic Harton

What to Expect on Sunday Morning describes our primary worship service.

Regular Weekly Services of Holy Communion

Sunday Mornings 10:00 AM (Book of Common Prayer 1662)

Daily Office

Monday through Friday at Church and Zoom

Morning Prayer 7:30 AM

Evening Prayer 5:00 PM 

Noonday Prayer on Wednesdays by Zoom only

Connect by Zoom: Meeting number 444 262 7961 Password 304085

Recent Sermons

Seventh Sunday of Easter May 21st — Rev Tom Tumblin, Guest

Sixth Sunday of Easter May 14th — Rev Todd Renner, Interim Priest

Fifth Sunday of Easter May 7th — Rev Patrick Gardella, Assisting Priest

Fourth Sunday of Easter April 30th — Rev Mark Royster, Rector

Third Sunday of Easter April 23rd — Rev Mark Royster, Rector: “Two Continuities”

Second Sunday of Easter April 16th — Rev Mark Royster, Rector: “Better than Sight”

Easter Sunday 11:00 AM — Rev Patrick Gardella, Assisting Priest: “Set You Minds on Things Above”

Easter Sunday 8:00 AM — Rev Mark Royster, Rector: “Participating in the Resurrection”

Note: Earlier sermons may be accessed in our Sermon Archive.

About the Anglican Church in North America

The video below was not produced by the ACNA but gives a very helpful overview of our core beliefs on significant theological issues, and shows the uniqueness of the ACNA’s beliefs and practices compare to other denominations.

(1329) What is the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA)? – YouTube

The Nature of Anglican Worship

Fr. Jason Patterson

This is a succinct description of the uniqueness of Anglican worship as found in the traditional Prayer Books.  15 minutes long.  Well worth our time to be reminded of the great difference between man-centered and God-centered worship; worship as an end in itself, not a means to anything else.


Welcome to St. Peter’s Anglican Church

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The Services page will tell you when we meet throughout the week.

What to Expect on Sunday Morning describes our primary worship service.