Side view of St. Simon's church in summer, with large crop of yellow daisies in bloom

In keeping with the mission of our patron saint, St. Simon (Peter) the Fisherman, we are called to reach out to the wider world both as evangelists — spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ — and as ministers to the larger community.

About Us

We strive for visitor-friendly worship, lively and informal Coffee Hours, parish dinners, and many other fellowship, educational, and outreach events throughout the year.

A small parish setting enables us to become friends as well as fellow-disciples: we care for each other, and pray for each other, as well as for the communities in which we live.

 

All members, young and old, new and "old-timers," are encouraged to become worship leaders by greeting, reading, leading the prayers, serving as acolytes or as eucharistic ministers.

 

Our members are involved in a range of charitable and outreach activities, from "Habitat for Humanity" to "Interfaith Caregivers" to "Make-a-Wish" and more.  The parish leadership, the Vestry, is committed to dedicating a significant portion of our income to the needy, both near and far.