Mission and Vision


Biblical Purpose:

       to be the intersection between faith and real life


St. Peter's Vision:

We will actively live out our faith so that our local community is connected to God’s transforming power

We see this happening as…

  • Individuals turn compassion into action
  • People walk beside one another through difficult times
  • Our local community becomes a culture that glorifies and honors God and His teaching
  • People realize they need a relationship with God      
  • Christ is present in homes, building stronger families through life transitions and reducing the divorce rate
  • Children are taught and sent from the classroom to serve in the community
  • Neighbors befriend one another and realize they are of value to Christ and to one another
  • Neighborhoods become safe, open gathering places
  • Individuals change from being selfish and self-serving to those who embrace Biblical values
  • Individuals come alongside one another, sharing their time, talent, and resources


Core Strategies:

  • Community Engagement – intentionally serve and impact the community with the love of Jesus
  • Worship Gatherings growing in faith as God meets us through His word inspiring a personal response
  • Missional Small Groups missional small groups will gather to build relationships, to address needs, serve others, and grow in faith
  • Ministry to Early Childhood Education Center Families – help families recognize and embrace God’s presence in their lives



  • Biblical Living The Gospel is not only something to be studied, but to be lived.
  • Relationships The Gospel is about relationships. We have a personal relationship with the Lord and with each other.
  • Selflessness The Gospel is about sacrifice. As Jesus fully gave of Himself, we fully give of ourselves.
  • Compassion The Gospel is showing the same grace to others that God has shown us through Jesus Christ.
  • Faith The Gospel comes alive through faith.