Our youth parishioners are active participants in our acolyte program, assisting the clergy during Sunday services. To learn more about our acolyte program and how to get involved, please email St. Peter's Church at
The Altar Guild supplies and prepares all of the chalices and materials used on the altar each Sunday. For more information about the Altar Guild, please contact Lillian Corbin at .
The flower guild works to supply the beautiful flower arrangements that adorn our altar every Sunday. The guild also oversees all of the Christmas decorations at Advent. To learn more about the Flower Guild or to get involved, please contact Torrie Larson at .
Under the supervision of our talented Director of Music, Nancy Vanderlee, St. Peter’s has an active and dedicated Choir. The choir performs on feast days at the 9:30 a.m. service. To learn more about the St. Peter’s Choir and how to get involved, please email Director of Music: Nancy Vanderlee at .
Eucharistic Minister or, more properly "Lay Eucharistic Minister" (LEM), is used to denote a lay person who assists the priest in administering the sacraments of Holy Communion, the consecrated bread and wine. For more information, email T. Nolan at .
St. Peter’s parishioners, both adults and youth, participate as readers, reading the lessons during our services every Sunday. To learn more about how to be a Reader, please email .
St. Peter’s parishioners volunteer to serve as ushers during the 9:30 a.m. service every Sunday. Ushers both welcome visitors at the door and assist during the Offertory. To learn more about how to get involved as an Usher, please email St. Peter's Church at
COFFEE HOUR HOSTS
Following our 9:30 a.m. service every Sunday, St. Peter’s hosts a coffee hour to welcome both parishioners and visitors in the Parish Hall. Every Sunday different parishioners agree to serve as Coffee Hour hosts – pouring coffee and welcoming guests and serving homemade baked goods or other goodies they have brought to share with their church friends and neighbors. To sign up as a coffee hour host, please email .
The cemetery committee aims to preserve the rural character of the St. Peter’s Lithgow cemetery surrounded by farmland, and to maintain the property’s serenity for generations to come. The committee works to both raise money for and to maintain the cemetery’s endowment. To make a contribution to the cemetery fund or to learn more about the cemetery committee, please email Co-Chairs: David Parshall at
or Betsey Battistoni at
Last updated: June 20, 2022.