St. Peter’s has two Sunday morning services of Holy Eucharist that use the Rite II liturgy found in the 1979 Book of Common Prayer. Both services provide opportunity for individualized prayer from a team of prayer ministers and encourage participation of all present. The 8 o’clock service tends to be calm and reserved, while the 10 o’clock service is more family-oriented, with a message for children and music led by our vibrant, volunteer choir. The music during this service is mostly traditional organ music and hymns, but our congregation is also open to more contemporary styles. St. Peter’s offers two types of Sunday evening services: a quarterly healing service with praise music and stations for healing prayer, as well as a biannual, traditional Choral Evensong. During the week, Holy Eucharist is celebrated on Wednesdays at noon in our chapel. This more intimate service makes use of texts, such as Holy Men, Holy Women, for discussion and enjoys more free-form prayer. A quiet Morning Prayer is also said in our chapel each Thursday. During Advent and Lent, Evening Prayer is offered several times per week, providing a welcome time of prayer and reflection.