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Pentecost 13

The prophet Jeremiah speaks of the incurable wound of his suffering yet finds in God’s words the delight of his heart. When Peter doesn’t grasp Jesus’ words about suffering, Jesus tells the disciples they will find their lives in losing them. Such sacrificial love is described by Paul when he urges us to associate with…

Weekly Update for August 26

Hi Folks – here is this week’s Wednesday update on news from St. Peter’s. Drive In Worship Begins This Sunday Evening at 6:30pm We have made final preparations for the kickoff of “Drive In Worship” this Sunday, August 30th at 6:30 p.m. in our church parking lot (where else?)  Enjoy this video to show you…

September 2020 Herald

This month’s Herald is available for download Inside This Issue . . . Worship Schedule – 2 Adult Christian Ed. – 3 Worship & Music – 4 Committees – 4 Groups & Events – 7 Pastoral Letters – 9 St. Peter’s Kids – 11 Youth Ministries – 11 St. Peter’s Preschool – 12 From the…

Hope in the Face of Death

I know we often lose, and that the death or destruction of another is infinitely more real and unbearable than one’s own.  I think I know how many times one has to start again, and how often one feels that one cannot start again.  And yet, on pain of death, one can never remain where…

Devotions @ Home

Here is the next edition of Devotions@Home a daily selection of readings for personal study which respond to the previous Sunday and lead us to the coming Sunday. Set within a short prayer service, this may be a new way to cultivate a habit of reading the Bible for a few minutes each day. Feel…

Pentecost 12 Preview

In Isaiah the people are advised to look to their spiritual ancestors as the rock from which they were hewn. Jesus declares that the church will be built on the rock of Peter’s bold confession of faith. God’s word of reconciliation and God’s mercy are keys to the church’s mission. Paul urges us to not…

Weekly Update for August 19

Hi Folks – here is this week’s Wednesday update on news from St. Peter’s. Worship Update (1) New Camera Capturing our Livestream Service This past Sunday (8/16) you got a “taste” of what our new sanctuary live-stream cameras can do in terms of shifting focus to various worship participants, and zooming in to the chancel. …

Seed Sowing

Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown. ~~Matthew 13:8 One of the blessings of being a pastor in a healthy and vibrant church community, is that I occasionally get the chance to “overhear” stories about people doing modest things that have a…

Devotions @ Home

Here is the next edition of Devotions@Home a daily selection of readings for personal study which respond to the previous Sunday and lead us to the coming Sunday. Set within a short prayer service, this may be a new way to cultivate a habit of reading the Bible for a few minutes each day. Feel…

Pentecost 11 Preview

In Isaiah we hear that God’s house shall be a house of prayer for all people and that God will gather the outcasts of Israel. The Canaanite woman in today’s gospel is a Gentile, an outsider, who is unflinching in her request that Jesus heal her daughter. As Jesus commends her bold faith, how might…