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St. Peter’s is a family integrated fellowship

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We‘re glad that you have stopped by to learn what we’re all about. We hope you see our passion for Jesus and His gospel. He is the only reason that we do what we do — preaching, children’s ministry, outreach, and even singing.

Who We Are
Who We Are

If you were to ask us to describe ourselves in one sentence, we would say, “We’re a gospel centered, community focused, church community.”

These three elements create the DNA for us to live all of life for the glory of Jesus. As a Gospel Centered church, you will notice that we believe the gospel is so much more than a starting point for people. The gospel is all of life, and it shapes the very way in which we live life together with our family, friends, community and the rest of the world. We want to view and live all of life through gospel, which is the truth for all of us.

We Believe
We Believe

Each member of our congregation is being helped to understand the vision, the call and the mission of sharing God’s love in Jesus Christ with all people, so that God is glorified and people are saved eternally. Matthew 28:16-20, Mark 16:15-16, Acts 2:42-47

Our Purpose
Our Purpose

The purpose of this congregation is to seek the honor and glory of God, to carry out His will, to manifest the unity of our faith in Jesus Christ as God and Savior, to spread the kingdom of God and to foster Christian fellowship and love by the preaching of the Word of God, by the administration of Sacraments, and by the religious instructions of all its members, according to the confessional standard of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.

Doctrinal Standard
Doctrinal Standard

This congregation acknowledges and accepts all the canonical books of the Old Testament and the New Testament as the revealed and inerrant Word of God, verbally inspired, and submits to them as the only infallible authority in all matter of faith and life. This congregation acknowledges and accepts all the confessional writings of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, contained in the Book of Concord of the year 1580, as the true and genuine expositions of the doctrines of the Bible. These confessional writings are the three Ecumencial Creeds (apostle, Nicene, and Athanasian), the Unaltered Augsburg Confession, the Apology of the Augsburg Confession, the Smalcald Articles, Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, Luther’s Large and Small Catechisms, and the Formula of Concord. Hymns, prayers, liturgies and instructional materials used shall conform to this standard.

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