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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.

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    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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    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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    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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    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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Holy Chaos

Email Devotion Advent 2 And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance, so  that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work. –2 Corinthians 9:8 Earlier this evening I returned home from church, where I had attended a final rehearsal with our children and youth…

The Christmas Tree Man

advent 2 traditional worship His house is far out.   Farther out than you can imagine anyone living.  It’s small and clean and white.  Most summers it’s cool; most winters it’s warm.  It is a good house for a man alone.  The man himself is a small man and skinny.  He has never married.  He has…

Science & Faith Friday

SchrÖdinger’s advent Welcome to the 1st episode of Science & Faith Friday!!! The 1st Friday of every month we will walk together down a path addressing a topic with one foot in science and the other foot in faith.  Albert Einstein once said, “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”  This is the beginning of Advent…

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  • 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 will again have a gathering of singers to help lead and provide extra service music for the Sages Christmas Service on December 22nd at 11:00 a.m. Rehearsals are Thursday, December 15 and Tuesday, December 20, both from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. All are welcome. For more information, please email Adam Hughes (ahughes@stpeterslutheran-lanc.org).



    A brand new season of Pocket Church is coming this Advent! Beginning Monday, November 28th, you can watch new videos on Facebook and our website at www.stpeterslutheran.org/pocketchurch. In the hustle and bustle of this busy season, Pocket Church provides wonderful reminders throughout the week of the true meaning of Christmas. As we prepare to welcome Christ into our world and into our hearts, be sure to watch these timely and relevant videos. Pocket Church is released every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening.



    This year we will be “selling” our tickets by donation. Please stop by and pick up a ticket for our Dinner theater which will take place on Sunday, December 11th at 5:30 p.m.  Tickets will not be available at the door. This year’s dinner consists of stuffed chicken breasts, mashed potatoes, veggies, salad and dessert.  After dinner, you will be entertained by our staff and youth in the original Production of “Jesus Ruins Everything!”  Questions can be directed to Sister Dottie.



    Saturday, December 10th at 6:00 p.m. at the home of Glen Hauck. The sign up sheet is on the bulletin board in the Narthex. Please note whether you are bringing a side, salad, appetizer or dessert.



    It is a tradition at St. Peter’s to bring Holiday Cheer to some of our older members who may not be able to attend a Christmas Service. Please consider delivering a Poinsettia from our altar on Christmas Day or in the days to follow. What a wonderful tradition to start or continue with your family. If interested, sign up on the Parish Life bulletin board outside the church nursery, or contact Christine Smith at cjsmith1984@gmail.com.



    Drivers needed for Sages Christmas Service on Thursday, December 22nd. If you’re able to offer one of our Sages a ride to service, please sign up on the Parish Life bulletin board outside the church nursery or contact Christine Smith. Thank you! Approximate times, 10:30 a.m. pick up and 1:30 p.m. drop off.



    On Thursday, December the 22nd, we will host our Annual Sages Christmas Service at 11:00 a.m. in the sanctuary. Pew communion will be offered along with special music from our choir. The service is designed for our Sages who are 80 or older that may not be able to be with us for Christmas Eve services. Communion is offered in the pews and the congregation is seated for the entire service. A luncheon to honor our Sages will follow after service. Please call to make a luncheon reservation by December 16th or to ask for a ride if need be. Feel free to invite friends or family members. Sandy in the church office (569-9211) and Christine Smith would be happy to make your luncheon reservations, arrange a ride or answer any questions.



    We are excited to announce that throughout November and   December, we are showcasing a brand new exhibit entitled, “Treasures from Egypt, Israel, and Jordan”. Travel back in time for a glimpse of life in these fascinating, historic and biblical lands. This exhibit will feature objects, artifacts, photographs and collections from our member’s past trips over the years, including a 3,000 year old clay pot from Israel. As we prepare our hearts and minds for the season of Advent and Christmas, be sure to bring the whole family to see this   captivating and educational exhibit. A very special thanks to Pastor Geib and Carol Esbenshade for their hard work and dedication in putting this exhibit together. To find the Art Hallway, just follow the signs past the coffee bar and then left after the Choir Room.



    Pastor Ross is looking for young people, teens, and parents to help with the annual Christmas Eve Children’s sermon at the two Family Services.  If you want to participate, please contact Pastor Ross at 569-9211.  Teens (7th Grade and older) serve as group leaders for the younger Children.  Parents help with some organization of the kids.  The two rehearsals will be on Thursday, December 15 at 7:15 p.m. and Tuesday, December 20 at 6:30 p.m.



    Saturday, December 10th from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon (or until cookies are sold out). Come fill a container with homemade holiday cookies. New this year – two container sizes $15.00 and $8.00. Adam Hughes will provide Christmas music on the piano, with Maurielle Courtois playing her violin, and Mark Aho playing the drums. Sponsored by the Tanzania Mission Committee, proceeds benefit the orphans in Busoka, Tanzania.


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