St. Peter’s celebrates our Christian community through various fellowship opportunities. Whether we gather in-person or gather online, we believe that whenever we do Jesus is present.
Be part of the book club. The next meeting is November 17 at 1:30pm. This session may be via Zoom or be in person. Please contact the church office for further details. Meetings are very informal and are open to all. The upcoming book being read is The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett.
This fellowship group discusses, prays, and ponders the Christian call to work for justice and peace. This Fall we will work through the book Dear Church, A Love Letter
from a Black Preacher to the Whitest Denomination in the US, by Lenny Duncan, an ELCA Pastor. This study begins Oct 5 at 7:00pm. Contact Sister Dottie for more information.
Moms of Young Children
This group Bible study begins this fall and is oriented toward mothers with younger children in their lives. We gather in person at the church every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. Social distancing and masks are required. For information and to get on the email list, please contact Pastor Sarah Teichmann.
This group gathers for fellowship and faith conversations third Wednesdays of the month. This group has been meeting via zoom, but may also meet in person this fall. Connect with Sister Dottie Almoney for details on location.
The Widows Group meetings are held in person and have been meeting outside on the St. Peter’s campus every last Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. We discuss what is going on in our lives and some fun things as well. Contact our volunteer steward, Betsy Linn, for more information.
Something is always happening at St. Peter’s
Stay in touch with the various ministries of the church through our weekly update blog posts.
The St. Peter’s Musical Arts Concert Series helps to support the arts in the surrounding Lancaster area. At the same time as providing enriching programs for local residents to experience, the Series also provides a performance venue for musicians and other artists from the surrounding area. This year, we are going completely online to keep everyone safe. Subscribe to our YouTube channel or follow us on Facebook to stay informed about how to tune in.