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Email Devotion For The Week Of Easter 3 Rejoice in hope, be patient in suffering, persevere in prayer. (Romans 12:12, NRSV) We were the only two people in the building who were crying … literally … the only two of the dozens of people surrounding us at the local CarMax showroom. We were signing over the…
New Day Sermon Easter 3 Jesus meets us where we are…sometimes when we least expect it. And with each meeting comes the invitation, “follow me.”
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Our leaders would love to meet you. Find out more about them and their faith!
Rev. Craig Ross
Rev. Sarah Teichmann
Pastor of Christian Formation
Sister Dottie Almoney
Director of Education & Outreach
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We will meet on Wednesday, April 18th and will be studying Mark 14:12-72. The class meets Wednesdays from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. in the Café. Bring a Bible and a friend. Modest snacks, coffee and tea are provided.
What better way to honor the Mom in your life than with a beautiful corsage!! Orders are being taken for white chrysanthemum corsages which will be available on May 13th for pick up. Free will offering will be accepted and proceeds benefit the youth attending the National Youth Gathering in Houston this June. Your mother will thank you!!
Love INC receives an average of 40 phone calls per day, Monday through Friday, and needs more volunteers to help answer the calls. Right candidates: love Jesus, are compassionate listeners, and have good telephone/typing/computer skills. If you are able to commit to serve one half day per week at the 1925 Wheatland Ave. Love INC office, please contact Jessica Dunlevy for more information at email@example.com.
Love INC (Love in the Name of Christ of Lancaster County) receives referrals daily from social service agencies and pastors with clients that need help. St. Peter’s partners with Love INC to aid those right in our own neighborhood. We receive approximately 3 requests each month. 98% of the received requests is to drive a client to a medical appointment. If you are available to drive weekday hours, please consider volunteering. My promise is to make your volunteer commitment as painless as possible. I email a need to 5+ volunteers and you either respond to all to volunteer, OR, delete the email. It’s that simple! Questions: Contact Sherry Moul, St. Peter’s Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit: www.loveinclancaster.org for Love INC’s vison, ministry, and community commitment.
The Manheim Township Homes of Hope home assists 2 – 3 families per year. After a family vacates the program, we need a Coordinator to contact volunteers to clean the home prior to the next family moving in. A cleaning Tasklist, volunteer list, and cleaning supplies are provided. If you enjoy organizing projects and would enjoy volunteering for the Manheim Township Homes of Hope Program, please contact Sherry Moul, St. Peter’s Coordinator at email@example.com.
Please join us on April 22nd during the Sunday School hour for our Town Hall meeting. This will be in place of Adult Christian Education. Come and catch up on what’s happening in the church.
Crosspoints topic on April 8th will be “THEN 1546: Luther Dies” “NOW 2017: 500th Luther Celebration” and will be led by Pastor Richard Geib. What happened after Luther dies in 1546? Europe falls into horrible religious wars. The Christian world is now Protestant and Roman Catholic. 500 years later, in 2017, the Christian world celebrates Luther’s 500th anniversary and the beginning of Protestantism. What’s happening today and does the Reformation continue? Do we need a new Church for the 21st century? April 15th the topic will be The Prophets – Session 5 “The Grief of Loss as Divine Judgment”, led by Pastor Craig Ross. Faith and Values topic on April 8th will be “The Lover”. April 15th the topic will be “The Presence”. All are welcome to attend.
The meeting will now be twice a month on an event basis rather than a set time. Please contact Jim Moshos for more information and updates on future meetings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join us at Lombardo’s Restaurant on Saturday, April 14th for dinner at 5:00 p.m. You can order from the menu and receive individual checks. Please sign-up on the bulletin board in the Narthex by April 11th. If you have any questions, please contact Deb Shue.
Need a weekend with the guys? Come on out to Kirchenwald for a retreat that’s sure to put hair on your chest. Get your hands dirty with on-site service projects, break a sweat with some athletic competition, test your mind though a team engineering challenge, and join in fellowship and Bible study in a faith-based environment. The retreat runs from 7:00 p.m. on Friday until 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Participants must be at least 18 years old, or 15 if accompanied by an adult. All men are welcome. $65 per person. (It’s a great way to spend time with your grandson, nephew, or brother!) Contact Pastor Sarah or Lyle Hosler with questions at email@example.com.