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Holy Communion

[Sunday Worship]

Sunday Worship 8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.

2310 Airline Drive Brenham, TX 77833 (979) 836-7248​

Worship at St. Peter's

What to Expect

If you are new to the Episcopal church, you might be wondering what to expect during our services. Our services are typically centered around the celebration of Holy Communion, also known as the Eucharist. We follow a liturgy, or order of service, that includes prayers, readings from the Bible, and hymns. Our services also include organ and choir music, which help to create a sense of solemnity and reverence. The organ is a traditional instrument that is often used in churches, and our choir is made up of volunteers who love to sing and praise God through music. We hope that you will find our services both welcoming and reverent.

Our Services

10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist [Rite II]

Choir + Organ

Our 10:30 a.m. service includes organ and choir music, as well as lay participants who read the Bible, serve as acolytes, assist with the Eucharist, and lead the prayers. This creates a sense of community and participation, as everyone has the opportunity to contribute to the worship experience. The service is centered around the celebration of Holy Communion, and includes a time for personal reflection and prayer.

8:00 a.m - Holy Eucharist [Rite I]

Spoken Liturgy

Our 8:00 a.m. service is a spoken service, meaning that there is no music or singing. Instead, the service is focused on the spoken word, with prayers, readings from the Bible, and a sermon from the pastor. The service is centered around the celebration of Holy Communion. Many people find that spoken services provide a peaceful and reflective environment in which to connect with God and engage with the scriptures.


We understand that coming to a new place of worship can be intimidating, especially if you are not familiar with the Anglican traditions and liturgy. Please know that you are welcome here, no matter who you are or where you come from. Our church is a place of love, fellowship, and transformation, and we would be honored to have you join us in worship. We hope that you will find our services to be uplifting, meaningful, and helpful in your spiritual journey. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

Children are Welcome

We warmly welcome children in our church! You may be worried that your child will be too loud or disruptive, but please know that we believe that children are an important and valued part of our church community. We offer a soft play area in the back of the nave to help with those children who need to get out their wiggles. We also understand that it may be difficult for some small children to make it through a full worship service, so nursery care is also offered during our 10:30 a.m. service.

Participating in the Service

We encourage anyone who is interested to become a lay participant in our services. Congregational participation as acolytes, readers, eucharist ministers, and choir members are an important part of our worship experience. It provides an opportunity for members of the congregation to actively engage with the service and contribute to the community. As a lay participant, you may be asked to read from the Bible, lead the prayers, or assist with communion. This is a rewarding and fulfilling way to deepen your connection to the church and to the worship of God. No experience is necessary, and training will be provided. We hope you will consider joining us as a lay participant. Read more about our worship ministries here.


Holy Communion, also known as the Eucharist, is normally celebrated during the service. All baptized Christians are welcome to participate in communion. To take communion, you will come forward to the altar and receive the bread, which is the body of Christ, and the wine, which is the blood of Christ. The bread is usually placed in your hand, and the wine is typically sipped from a common cup or intincted (dipped) in a separate chalice. You may choose to receive either the bread or the wine, or both. For those who are not able to partake in communion, you are welcome to kneel at the altar with crossed arms and the priest will give you a blessing.

be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind - Romans 12:2

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First Time Visitors    |   Childcare Available

Sundays - 8:00 & 10:30