In an abundance of caution and under the advisement of medical professionals, all activities at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church are temporarily suspended. This includes Sunday morning activities, Preschool, all meetings, and all outside events.
Church staff will be working from home. All volunteers are requested to stay home. If you have questions or concerns, please contact Pastor Craig, Pastor Sarah, or Sister Dottie. For updates, follow us on Facebook and subscribe on YouTube.
We will be streaming special online-only worship during this period. Connect with us on Sunday at 10:45 am.
Continue Supporting Ministry
Ministry and mission continue as we respond to this health crisis. Please consider supporting the church through our online giving program at this time.
One of the ways we are building community is by gathering in a virtual way. St. Peter’s staff are leading Zoom small groups, and would like you to be part of their group. Choose a group that matches your interests.
Stay in Touch
In the midst of creating self-imposed distance, as a church we are still called to our mission “building a community of faith by God’s grace.” At this time, community will look a little different, but God’s grace and presence still abounds. Use these resources during this time to connect with your church family.
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A Message from our Presiding Bishop
In the following video message, Presiding Bishop of the ELCA Elizabeth Eaton offers words of encouragement to our communities of faith in this difficult time.
This is an opportunity for us to pause and reflect, to breathe, and to think about what it means to be the body of Christ.Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton