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Welcome in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Whether we are worshipping, learning, gathering for fellowship, or serving, we do so in Jesus’ name. We would love for you to find out more about the ministries of St. Peter’s.

Be sure to check out our blog and announcements. There’s always something going on at St. Peter’s and we can’t wait for you to join us!

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    Worship Join us as we worship

    Whether it is traditional or praise, youth-oriented or sagely-focused, worship is the community called and gathered in Jesus’ name.

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    LearnDeepen your faith today

    The Lutheran tradition is firmly rooted in education, and we believe a healthy study of the Bible is an essential companion to a faith grounded in worship and prayer.

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    GatherCome and see

    Christian fellowship occurs when two or more Christians are in one another’s company. And when they are, great and holy things occur.

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    ServeFind out how you can bless others

    We invite you to join us as we seek to serve our community and world. Check out how you may be part of God’s work in the world and your neighborhood today.

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Pentecost 23 Preview

Are You a Faith Show-off?” But the tax collector, standing far off, would not even look up to heaven, but was beating his breast and saying, ‘God, be merciful to me, a sinner!’   (Luke 18:13) Genuine repentance and pretentious piety stand in stark contrast in the gospel and all around us.  All creation stands in…

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 22:  A Catholic worshipper dips her finger into holy water while attending an Ash Wednesday Mass at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle February 22, 2012 in Washington, DC. Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent, the 40-day penitential period before Easter when Christians celebrate Christ's resurrection from the dead. One of seven Ash Wednesday services at the cathedral, the noontime mass was packed with worshippers, leaving many to stand in the back and the aisles of St. Matthew.  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
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Email Devotion Pentecost 22 He saved us, not because of any works of righteousness that we had done, but according to his mercy, through the water of rebirth and renewal by the Holy Spirit. (Titus 3:5, NRSV) “Was that just regular water you put in?” “Sure was.” “I thought it had to be special.” “It…

What’s In a Name?

Pentecost 22 Traditional Sermon Her name is Terri Roberts.  So … what’s in a name like Teri Roberts?  Well, not very much, I suppose … unless you are the Teri Roberts who is the mother of Charles Carl Roberts IV … the person who shot ten Amish girls at Nickel Mines ten years ago, killing…

Pentecost 22 Preview

Do You Pray Persistently? Then the man said, ‘You shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel, for you have striven with God and with humans, and have prevailed.’  (Genesis 32:28) Pray always. Do not lose heart. This is the encouragement of the Christ of the gospel today. Persistence in our every encounter with the divine will be…

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Meet our Leaders

Our leaders would love to meet you. Find out more about them and their faith!

  • Rev. Craig Ross
    Rev. Craig Ross

    Senior Pastor

  • Rev. Sarah Teichmann
    Rev. Sarah Teichmann

    Pastor of Christian Formation

  • Sister Dottie Almoney
    Sister Dottie Almoney

    Director of Education & Outreach

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    We are gearing up for our Annual Christmas Dinner Theater  on December 11th. If you are interested in being a part of this year’s production ( we have speaking and non-speaking roles), sign up on the youth boards, in your Sunday School class or email Sister Dottie at dottie@stpeterslutheran-lanc.org. Practices will be held on Sunday, November 27th and Sunday, December 4th from 6:00-8:00 p.m.



    We welcome John Gasangwa on Sunday, October 30th at 9:15 a.m. in the Youth Lounge. The Global Outreach Committee and the Tanzania Mission Committee will co-host a very special speaker from Rwanda,   Africa.  John is the founder of Arise Rwanda Ministries (www.ariserwanda.org), a non-profit to support impoverished children and families in the village of Boneza in western Rwanda. Come hear John’s incredible story and journey.


    The New York City Bus Trip originally scheduled for October 22nd, has been postponed.  We will reschedule in the Spring.


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    Please join us for entertainment and good fellowship on Thursday, November 4th at 11:45 a.m. in the Café. Vicar Carr will be our speaker. Please bring your place setting and     beverage, plus a COVERED DISH TO SHARE! If you have any questions, please contact Debra Shue at 569-7740.  Upcoming program for December is the Christmas Luncheon at the Eden on December 1st.  Please sign up on the bulletin board and be prepared to pay your $16 per person reservation fee to Dick Larrick (cash or check made out to Richard Larrick) at our next meeting and no later than Sunday, November 27th. We will have 4 guests and 36 openings.



    In the mail this month each of you will receive the new St. Peters Stewardship Brochure. We hope that you will take time to read it as you contemplate your own stewardship plans for 2017. To one degree or   another, each of us has been blessed with time, wisdom, experience and financial wherewithal. This is God’s gift to each of us. So how do we give a share of these gifts to others? With regard to time, experience and wisdom, you can participate in over 120 different committees and activities to serve St. Peters, our local community and the world at large. Please think about adding just one volunteer activity to your “stewardship giving” in 2017. And lastly, do consider “Tithing Your Tithe” by pledging to give a 10% increase over your 2016 giving level. Stewardship Committee



    Thank you to everyone who has submitted their photograph for our new St. Peter’s directory! If you haven’t, don’t worry – there is still plenty of time to send in your photo. How? It’s EASY!! Just email it to us at directory@stpeterslutheran-lanc.org and we’ll do the rest. It doesn’t have to be formal, just something that showcases your family’s unique spirit and personality. The deadline to submit photos is October 31st. If you don’t have a photo you want to use, we will be in the Narthex on Sunday, October 16th and 23rd between services from 9:00-10:30am to take informal pictures free of charge. If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Palic at stephpalic@gmail.com or by phone at 581-0932.



    THE LITANY OF THE SAINTS will be observed on All Saints Sunday, November 6th at all services. We name members and loved ones in the Prayers of the Church as a reminder of the great community of saints in God’s Kingdom. If you have a loved one who has died this past year, and you would like them included in the litany of the saints, please place their name and date of death in the book on the Welcome Desk in the Narthex.



    ALL SAINTS SUNDAY AT NEW DAY will include a remembrance of family and friends who have died in the past year. During the service images of loved ones will be projected onto the New Day screens while the band accompanies the remembrance with music. If you would like to have your loved one remembered at New Day on all Saints Sunday please email a picture to Pastor Sarah (steichmann@stpeterslutheran-lanc.org) with your loved one’s name.



    A FAMILY HALLOWEEN PARTY will take place on Sunday evening, October 30th from 5:00-7:00 p.m.  Hot dogs will be provided . We are asking each family to bring a ghoulish side dish or dessert to share. Sign up on the Fellowship Board in the Narthex or at New Day.  Games, Crafts and a special puppet show for our Preschoolers, A story time for grades 1-4 and a spooky scavenger hunt for grades 5-12. Children and adults are encouraged to wear costumes! 




    Harvest Gathering Dinner and 2017 Planning on Saturday,         November 12th at 6:00 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Come celebrate Harvest Season! Sign up on the Fellowship Bulletin Board by November 7th to bring entrée, salad or dessert. Beverages will be provided. Bring a few fresh fall vegetables and fruits to decorate tables. Produce will be given to LCCC Food Bank. Any questions, contact Barbara or Brian Tolbert at 392-4931 or bbtlbt@comcast.net. See you there!


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