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    April 2– 10:00 a.m. – Young Families journey to the Cross – a self-guided outdoor event that will explain some of the symbols and     traditions of Easter. There will also be a modified egg hunt as well. Youth are needed to help with this outdoor event (masks and social distancing). RSVP to Sister Dottie with number and ages of children at dottie.almoney@stpeterslutheran.org.  April 2 – 12:00 p.m. – Outdoor stations of the Cross for older elementary kids and youth.



    Since Easter Sunday arrives early next month, on April 4th, we wanted you to have an idea of the current plans for this important morning in our     worship life. Our hope is to have three early services, that will each be about thirty minutes long … at 6:30 a.m. (Sunrise Service) at the church cemetery, and two parking lot services at 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. These services will offer the singing of a few Easter hymns (in your car), some brief liturgy, a homily, and Holy Communion using our fellowship cups. If you came to our Christmas Eve parking lot services, these will have a similar format. Sign-up Genius sites will be created later this month to take reservations for these services. Watch our news feeds for news on when those sign-up sites will be available. We will also offer a 10:45 a.m. Live Stream worship service with Easter Hymns, a sermon, liturgy and special music for our Easter celebration. We look forward to many of you joining us from your homes for this festive Easter service.



    Sunday, March 7 – Gospel in Life, Part 5 Witness: An Alternative City (video series) Led by Sister Dottie; Sunday, March 14 – Gospel in Life: Part 6: Work: Cultivating the Garden (video series) Led by Pastor Craig; Sunday, March 21 – Daily Discipleship, “The Path of Discipleship: Within the Light – John 3:14-21 Led by Pastor Sarah; Sunday, March 28 – NO CLASS due to parking lot morning worship services.



    This month we continue our journey through the Book of Exodus, and literally are in the early stages of the wilderness wandering for the Jewish people. Consider joining us via Zoom on Wednesday mornings. We always have lively discussions. If you are new to the group, please email Pastor Craig at craig.ross@stpeterslutheran.org and he will send you a Zoom link to the class. Our March schedule looks like this:  March 3 – Chapters 20 & 21 – Pastor Craig leads class; March 10 – Chapters 22 & 23 – Pastor Craig leads class; March 17 – Chapters 24 & 25 – Pastor Sarah leads class; March 24 – Chapters 26 & 27 – Pastor Craig leads class; March 31 – NO CLASS – HOLY WEEK. We meet on Wednesdays from 9:30-11:00 a.m. It is never too late to join in the fun. Join us to brush up on your Bible, and enjoy some faith conversation about God, scripture and the world in which we live.



    Hey, mothers of young children – come for an hour to do some Bible study and find support from moms just like you.   During the season of Lent (February 17th-April 2nd), we meet in the narthex every 2nd and 4th Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The focus of the next couple of sessions is what it means to be a “woman of valor” and learning how God sees you as valuable and precious. Social distancing and masks are required. For more information, please email Pastor Sarah at                       sarah.teichmann@stpeterslutheran.org



    Lydia’s Closet is OPEN the first Saturday of the month from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Our March Distribution Day is Saturday, March 6th. We will also be filling orders through a form that can be obtained through the church office or online at https://www.stpeterslutheran.org/serve/local/lydias-closet/. Please pass the information along to any of your friends and neighbors that may be in need of some extra help. Please contact Molly Olmsted at astaloo@comcast.com with any questions or if you would like to volunteer.



    Community Meal – Wednesday, March 3rd and March 10th at Grace Lutheran Church from 4:30 – 7:00 p.m. Please contact Kathy Berkebile for more information.



    Our meetings are continuing at St. Peter’s and are held on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 23rd, and will be held in person and through Zoom. Meetings last about 1 hour. If you would be interested in joining, please call or email me for the details. We discuss what is going on in our lives and some fun things as well. I look forward to hearing from you! Betsy Linn   betsy.linn@stpeterslutheran.org



    The Hoslers will be hosting family wiffleball on their backyard diamond this spring.  Families of all ages and sorts are invited to form teams at the Hosler Diamond on Saturday evenings at 6:30 p.m. from March 20-April 24.   Wear a mask and bring a water bottle.  Contact Joy & Lyle (joy@hoslerfamily.net) if you’re interested!



    Join us on Saturday, March 27th at 7pm on our YouTube channel for a presentation of Hal Hopson’s The Singing Bishop. Airing the day before Palm/Passion Sunday, this musical tells the story of the beloved hymn All Glory, Laud, and Honor, a hymn from the 9th century that we still sing today! The children and youth of St. Peter’s have been working hard and hope you enjoy the tale of this song set to music.


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Second Sunday in Lent

Deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow me. In the church we are now squarely in the season of Lent, a time of self-reflection, growth (after all Lent comes from an old word that means Spring), and listening to the teachings of Jesus and promises of God. This week we hear from the Gospel…

March 2021 Herald

The March Herald is available for download. Inside This Issue: Worship Schedule – 2 Adult Christian Ed. – 5 Committees – 6 Groups & Events – 8 Pastoral Letters – 10 From the Director of Music – 12 From the Volunteer Steward – 13 St. Peter’s Preschool – 13 Youth Ministries – 14 Summer Camping…

Weekly Update for February 24, 2021

Hi Folks.  Here are some news items for the coming week. MID-WEEK LENTEN SERVICES Mid-week outdoor, in-person Lenten services begin tonight (February 24) at 7:00 p.m.  We will gather under and around the church portico at the main entrance to the church building.  Services will be brief with a short liturgy, the offering of communion…

First Sunday in Lent

Having had a mountaintop experience last Sunday, with bright white lights, feelings of triumph, and display of power, this Sunday can feel like the exact opposite. As we begin our march toward the cross, the retelling of the Passion of Jesus, and our celebration of the resurrection, we may feel like we are wandering in…

Weekly Update For February 17, 2021

Hi friends, here are some items and events coming up for St. Peter’s this week regarding today’s Ash Wednesday service, upcoming family events, and a message from our council president. TONIGHT’S ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES 5:00 PM Ash Wednesday Service at the St. Peter’s Memorial Garden on the north end of the church property featuring a brief…

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  • Rev. Craig Ross

    Senior Pastor

  • Rev. Sarah Teichmann

    Pastor of Christian Formation

  • Sister Dottie Almoney

    Director of Education & Outreach

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