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Homes of Hope News

Homes of Hope helps local families in need. Read about this great ministry and how you may be part of making a difference in our local community! If you are new to our congregation, you may be unaware of the fact that our church is involved in providing transitional housing for homeless families. The lovely…

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September 2021 Herald

This month’s Herald is available for download. Inside This Issue . . . Worship Schedule – 2 Mission Campaign – 3 Adult Christian Ed. – 4 Committees – 5 Worship & Music – 8 Groups & Events – 10 From the Volunteer Steward – 11 Pastoral Letters – 12 Children & Youth – 13 Youth…

Fall Worship Schedule

This summer, as we have been gathering in worship to sing, pray, and proclaim the liberating message of God’s grace, St. Peter’s staff and worship committee have been working toward a fall worship schedule. At the beginning of the summer, we had one idea of what that might look like and we have striven to…

A Journey of Discernment

Dear friends in Christ, I wanted to share with you my journey of discernment, and thought it helpful to share it with you through a blog post. Peace, Pastor Sarah On August 1st I celebrated my 11th year of ordination in the roster of word and sacrament in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America, and…

Gathering Spaces: The Data

This summer has been one of renewal. As we have gathered together again to pray, praise God, and proclaim the resurrection I have rejoiced in our gathering. Personally, hearing God’s people sing again has been a great source of rejoicing. Despite our renewal, however, we are not completely “out of the woods” and have taken…

Penultimate Resurrection

Do you recognize these flowers?  One of our church members sent me a picture of these interesting flowers from her garden.  They bloom in the spring, as do most flowers, and then die off in the mid-summer.  But just when you are ready to trim them back, cause they’re looking so ratty and spent ……

Life

The image which heads this week’s email devotion, is a snapshot of two shelves that are part of the bookshelf which sits in my impromptu home office. I have never really had a home office, per se, until Covid hit, and I found myself trying to repurpose what we call our “organ room” at home…

August Worship Update

Starting this week, our worship service continues to morph into something we are a bit more used to. First, we’ll return to the communion schedule we arrived at before the pandemic. 1st and 3rd Sundays, communion will be offered at the 8:00 service (and New Day when it is held regularly). 2nd and 4th Sundays,…

August 2021 Herald

This month’s Herald is available for download. Inside This Issue . . . Worship Schedule – 2 Mission Campaign – 3 Rev. Richard E. Geib – 6 Committees – 7 Worship & Music – 9 Groups & Events – 10 Pastoral Letters – 11 From the Volunteer Steward – 13 St. Peter’s Preschool – 13…

Playful Creativity

I’ll give you three guesses … go ahead … three guesses on what the cover picture to this devotion is. Nope … this is a picture of the tape we had used to mark off the church sanctuary when we opened up worship on June 6th.  We taped off every other pew as a help…

Children's Jubilate Choir offering special music during worship
Music Ensembles

This fall, St. Peter’s musicians will regather to make music together in vocal and handbell choirs. Below is a list of opportunities to get involved. For more information or if you have questions, please email Adam Lefever Hughes, the Director of Music. All are welcome! Herald Choir The Herald Choir is for singers 9th grade…