Sunday Worship ♱ 8:00 a.m. ♱ 10:30 a.m.
2310 Airline Drive ♱ Brenham, TX 77833 ♱ (979) 836-7248
Pastoral Care Services
Our clergy have been trained to provide helpful support and listening in a variety of spiritual concerns related to personal, vocational, and familial struggles. If you have questions or struggle of this nature please seek out the priest who can pray with you and offer guidance. We want to walk alongside you.
A member of the clergy can be available upon request if you are sick and in need of prayer support. Visitations are made to hospitals, hospices, and other healthcare facilities. There is some availability for sacramental ministry including Holy Communion and prayer vigil for the sick.
For parishioners who are unable to attend Sunday worship services for an extended period due to illness or disability, Home communion can be provided upon request. This is a way for the church to extend its care and support to those who may not be able to physically participate in the life of the church, and to provide them with the opportunity to receive the nourishment and comfort of the sacraments.
Lay Pastoral Ministries
Eucharist Visitors bring communion and prayers to the homebound members of our St. Peter's family. They offer a pastoral presence once or twice each month to those who cannot come to church or who may need some spiritual companionship.
Intercessory Prayer Team
This ministry is comprised of those with a prayerful heart who pray for the special concerns and needs of those who become known to us. All prayer requests are confidential.
Prayers shawls and mufflers are knitted or crocheted for members, friends, and strangers of St. Peter's to show God's tangible love at a time when they need to see it most - during illness or duress. The shawls are knitted with prayer for every stitch, and blessed before being given away.
This ministry provides blankets for children in trauma. The blankets are trimmed and tied while praying and do not require special skills to prepare them. The blankets are distributed by area law enforcement to the hospital and by Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers.