• St. Peter's Episcopal Church
  • St. Peter's Episcopal Church
  • St. Peter's Episcopal Church
  • St. Peter's Episcopal Church

Who We Are

A community of faith anchored in God's Love

We believe that Jesus is the Savior and Lord of our life. As a faith community, our beliefs must be translated into actions. Our members feel very strongly about the following core values:

Love God and Love Your Neighbor as Yourself
Go and Make Disciples
Compassionate, Kind, Humble, Merciful, Patient, Loving & Thankful
WE ARE anchored in prayer and study
WE DESIRE for everyone to feel a sense of belonging
WE each CONTRIBUTE to building a family spirit
WE ARE adventurous and willing to take risks
WE ACT with passion and tenacity
WE HAVE an open mind and an optimistic attitude
WE COMMUNICATE openly and honestly
WE REMEMBER that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts

Our Services

Service Times

  • 08:00am - Holy Eucharist Rite 1
  • 09:30am - Holy Eucharist Rite 2
  • 11:00am - Holy Eucharist Rite 2
  • 05:00pm - Taize and Contemplative Prayer & Meditation
  • 10:00am - Holy Eucharist & Anointing for Healing
  • 06:00pm - Evening Prayer
  • 05:00pm - primetime CELEBRATION

What to Expect

What are services like?
Episcopal worship has a routine. We begin with music and an opening prayer. We listen to readings from the scripture. One of our Pastors will give a message that connects the scripture to our life. We stand together and recite our statement of faith. Our Deacon leads us in prayers of healing and thanksgiving and we recite together our confession. We give an offering. Our Pastor leads us in what we call the Eucharistic Prayer and then we all receive Holy Communion. The service concludes with a final prayer, blessing, and a dismissal from our Deacon to "Go into the world and serve!" Don't worry. You will know the routine of the service within a few weeks.


Pastor Gae Chalker

Pastor Gae was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1998, following a career in the talent and entertainment business in Las Vegas. After receiving a MDiv from the Episcopal Seminary in Berkeley, she was called as Rector of St. Peter's in 2000. Pastor Gae loves to study the bible with others and can be seen leading at least two bible groups every week. She is passionate about creating a church experience that is inspiring and joy filled for everyone - children, singles, parents, and seniors. She is a recent widow, a mother, a leukemia survivor, and an avid yogini.


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