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…
Unified Worship Service This week we combined worship services for the Sunday after Christmas and celebrated a service of Lessons and Carols. Enjoy the story of Christmas along with some favorite Christmas carols, with music by Adam, Erik, and the New Day Band.
The Lititz July 4th Parade is a long standing tradition, and St. Peter’s was able to be in it and proclaim the love of God and invite people to church! Planning for the parade is a multi-faceted affair. The parade begins a few months before Independence Day with leadership planning. The New Day Committee began…
New Day Sermon Epiphany 2 What we are looking for is typically a much deeper question than we like to admit to ourselves. The two disciples heard him say this, and they followed Jesus. When Jesus turned and saw them following, he said to them, ‘What are you looking for?’ –John 1:37-38
Pentecost 23 New Day Sermon How do you deal with realities that turn your world upside down? Maybe Jesus words in today’s story of the Pharisee and Tax Collector will offer some advice.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 18 Do you like being called “shrewd?” Jesus quite possibly suggests that we should actually strive to be shrewd in this challenging parable.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 13 Difficult words from Jesus for a world in great difficulty. Is the fire of the Holy Spirit, only one that brings division? Or are there other realities?