Sundays 7:30am – Rite I
This communion service is quiet and reflective, without music and using traditional English.
Sundays 9:00am – Rite II (Expanded Language)
This communion service is for all ages; it features music and gender-inclusive, biblical images for God. Nursery is provided.
2nd Sunday of the month 9:00am – The Sharing Table
Sharing Table is a family-friendly service that takes place in a long table in the Parish Hall. Modeled after the Agape meals of the early church, it is an inclusive, participatory service where you’re invited to bring a plate of food, something to sip on, and enjoy the fellowship and sharing of the Eucharist.
Sundays 11:00am – Rite II
This communion service includes music by our choir and the use of contemporary English language. Nursery is provided.
Wednesdays 6:00pm – Holy Eucharist and Prayers for Healing
This communion service is contemplative and includes a service of healing. The format and liturgy of this service varies, depending upon season.
Saint Peter’s vision is to be and be known as a Christ-centered community that offers sanctuary where all are welcome at our table.
The mission of Saint Peter’s is to welcome all to the traditions and beauty that the Episcopal Church offers. We are a community called to go forth into the world to love and serve as Christ loved us.
Art in the Lobby
Pottery created by Saint Peter’s parishioner Rita Mackintosh has been added to the lobby area not only to be admired, but to be used to hold our pencils, plants and papers. Rita’s goal as an artist is to make functional pots using basic shapes and add unique surface treatments to enhance this basic form which will evoke a desire to touch, hold and use.
Rita’s love of pottery began at an early age when she discovered earthy matt glazes and clean basic shapes in stoneware. She studied all aspects of pottery in many different studios, while taking time to raise a family, establishing the Calico Stoneware Pottery Shop in Fort Smith, working as a library tech, learning bookbinding and completing a BA in history.
Shaping clay on the potter’s wheel continues to be her passion. After retirement, Rita returned to clay work, taking classes at the Arkansas Arts Center Museum School in Little Rock. She now works at home in Conway, firing mid-range stoneware in an electric kiln. We hope you will touch, hold and use the beautiful and functional pieces of pottery displayed in the lobby and entrance ways to the church.