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Lament

Today is January 6th, which means it’s the Day of Epiphany, the day when Jesus is revealed to be King of the Nations. The light of the world, Jesus is the embodiment of God’s love for us which leaves no stone unturned. Unfortunately, today is also a day when we remember the violence and unrest…

Prepare a Cabinet!

This Advent we have been talking about preparing ourselves for Christ’s presence in our lives. We know that God never leaves us and these preparations are really about helping us to see those spaces in our lives that may need “spruced up” or “trimmed” to make space for Emmanuel, God with us. In addition to…

Go Tell It!

Psalm-in-Action Grab a friend and act out these words from Psalm 148 with the suggested motions or come up with your own! point both hands to the skyHallelujah! Praise the Lord from the heavens; praise God in the heights. flap your angel wingsPraise the Lord, all you angels; sing praise, all you hosts of heaven.…

The Holy Innocents, Martyrs

If St. Stephen’s martyrdom a couple of days ago was an unusual thing to celebrate, today’s readings about The Holy Innocents, those children Herod killed out of fear that his throne would be taken from him, are even more distressing. The story goes that Herod feared that Jesus was here to overturn Herod’s rule. In…

This Is Advent: Nativity

Nativity sets come in all shapes and sizes. And each one bears a story of faith and family. This Advent season we invite you to check out a video devotion series featuring St. Peter’s members and their Nativity sets. During the last few years Pastor Sarah and Erik Teichmann have created video devotions for the…