St. Peter will continue suspension of public worship throughout the month of May.  This is in compliance with Governor Mike DeWine’s ‘reopening plan’ and supported by Bishop Abraham Allende, NEOS.  Watch for updates.  
St. Peter has a weekly video message located on the front page.  If you would like to look at previous videos, please visit our Youtube channel.  Click on the link at the bottom of this page.
Our Worship Life
Worship is the heartbeat that strengthens our life together as a community. In worship, we gather as the body of Christ and learn about God’s welcome and love of all people. We share the stories that have nurtured and shaped the faith of generations. God is made present to us through scripture and Holy Communion. The Holy Spirit works in our hearts to build faith and sends us out into our everyday lives to love and serve our neighbors.
Children are an important part of our worship experience. Our congregation is filled with families of all ages, and children are active participants in offering praise and glory to God.

Traditional Worship 

Our weekly worship Sundays at 10 AM on Sunday is traditional in the sense that it takes its shape and form that Christians, particularly Lutherans, have followed for centuries. Much of our music is deeply rooted in history and centered in scripture. At the same time, our worship engages contemporary concerns as our sermons and prayers reflect upon where God is active in our daily lives and the world we live in. Holy Communion is offered at minimum every first and third Sunday.


Did You KnowVIDEOS of Sunday sermons can be viewed on this website.  Click on the MEDIA tab, then SERMON in the drop-down menu.  They can also be accessed by clicking on the YouTube icon at the bottom of the page.