Art and Music

We take the Arts seriously at St. Peter's.


The motto of our Sacred Arts Ministry is "to encourage and facilitate the creative spirit innate to every human being."


We currently display around 5 exhibits each year ranging from model trains, to floral paintings and prints, angels, and an ultimate Christmas Village, just to name a few.

St. Peter's is also home to some of the finest musical offerings in central Kentucky. Each Advent our Musical Meditation series features noted musicians from the region and beyond. Our pipe organ is top-of-the-line, and state-of-the-art: Installed in 1951 and digitally augmented in 2016, the Hinkle Family Organ and Carol Aulick Lynn console are true works of art.

Noted Speakers
Silas House, Ann Kingsolver, Everett McCorvey, Jane Gentry Vance, Fred Smock, Paul Prather, Carl Hurley, Kerby & Mary Ellen Neil, David Dick, Br. John Huebner, Br. Jim Woodrum, Ana Hernandez

Noted Visual Artists
Fritz Eichenberg, Trent Altman, Clay Kanzler, Kate Wagoner, Mary Seymour Neely, Ann Rutherford Pass, Dreama Tolle Perry, Mary Louise Dean, Kay Collier McLaughlin, Chris Brannock, Kathy Reese Johnson, Jan Taylor

Noted Musicians
Reggie Smith, Karmesha Peake, Rickey Barnett, John Linker, Whit Whitaker, Kentucky Baroque Trumpets, Salvation Army Brass Band, Chariots of Fire Choir, University of Kentucky Clarinet Ensemble, Musick’s Company, Lexington Early Music Ensemble, Owen Sammons