Worship With Us

Worship With Us

Worshiping together is at the heart of our parish life.   We gather as a community of faith to praise God, to hear and reflect on God’s Word, to be fed together in the Sacrament, and to go forth in mission to the world.  Our worship not only reminds us who we are, it helps to make us who we are.

At St. Peter’s, all whose hearts are moved to join us around the Lord’s table are welcome to receive Holy Communion.  Jesus is our host.  Those who do not wish to receive Holy Communion are welcome to come forward to receive a blessing.  Children of all ages, including infants, may receive Communion with their parents’ consent.  To encourage full participation by all, we offer blessed gluten-free wafers and consecrated grape juice, as well as the traditional consecrated bread and wine.

Our Regular Worship Services:

Sunday at 8 a.m. Traditional Service with Holy Communion

A traditional Rite II liturgy with hymns and a sermon. We gather at the altar rail for communion.

Sunday at 10 a.m. Contemporary Service with Holy Communion

A new approach to the Anglican liturgy in contemporary language with contemporary music.  This is an informal family-friendly service.  Children may stay for the whole service; or may join the children’s activities and then reunite with their families for Communion. Sunday school is offered September through May.

You may also attend this service virtually via Zoom. Zoom link information can be found by clicking the link below and selecting your desired date.

Wednesday at 10 a.m. Healing Service with Holy Communion

At this intimate service, we are always ready to encounter God.  We contemplate readings, gather in a circle, are anointed and pray for one another, and then break bread.  There may be laughter, silence, tears, thanksgivings and all of the above.  All completed by 11 a.m.  Bring whatever is on your heart and join us!

Anytime at St. Peter’s Labyrinth

St. Peter’s is home to one of only two labyrinths in Carson City. We invite you to walk alone, or with others anytime you are called to do so. We also observe World Labyrinth Day annually on the first Saturday of May. To learn more about our labyrinth, click HERE.

All Are Welcome