Looking for a place to belong?

Disconnected? Looking for community? Feeling lonely? We weren’t meant “to do life” alone, yet so many of us are. God made us relational; we were meant “to do life” together. We all need a place where we feel connected, supported, and part of something bigger than ourselves.

Welcome to St. Peter, a place to belong.

Our church is a place of belonging and connection, a place where we worship the God that loved the whole world so that He sent his only Son Jesus to reconnect us with Him and each other. It’s also a place “to do life” together, just like we were made to do. Our church community loves to glorify God, give love and service, grow in the Word, and go with the Gospel together.

Glorify God

We worship God by gathering together weekly in Worship Services where we receive the Means of Grace in Word and Sacrament, sing His praises, and pray together.

Give Love & Service

We support each other by giving love and service not just within our church, but with those in our community.

Grow in the Word

We encourage each other by meeting together to study the Bible. We grow together through Bible studies and small groups.

Go with the Gospel

We share the message of God’s grace and forgiveness through Jesus with the people around us. We also support missions across the world
that are sharing the Gospel.

Let’s Connect

Meet our pastor or join us on Sunday morning for worship.
Click the button below for more information.

Connecting Since 1977.

St. Peter has been a place to connect in the Modesto community since 1977. Our church is part of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod, a group of nearly 1300 churches working together to share God’s Word with the world.

“We are a Christ-Centered, Bible based congregation of believers committed to spreading the good news of the gospel to Modesto and the world. I and my family have been members for many years and have come to understand and appreciate the value of belonging to a “church family.” This is, indeed, a very special place.”

-Kim W.