At Saint Peter’s Church it is a long-lived tradition to present great works of music in a public liturgical context.
At the 11:00 masses on October 30, November 27, and December 11, we feature vocal and instrumental music by Lutheran composers of the Baroque period, paired with contemporary choreography by Roberto Lara.
Johann Hermann Schein
Liturgies at Saint Peter’s
People of all different religious backgrounds find themselves in the Saint Peter’s community. Some identify with a particular Christian denomination, others do not. Some are Jewish or Muslim. Some people are exploring religion for the very first time or returning to it after years at a distance. Saint Peter’s Church is open to everyone — everyone made in the all-inclusive image of God. Children and families are welcome at all liturgies of Saint Peter’s Church.
You do not need a ticket or reservation of any kind to attend a liturgy at Saint Peter's Church. All are welcome!