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We welcome back to our devotional table Brendan Armitage, who offers this week’s reflection as a spiritual close to the Christmas season, which ended ten days ago on the day of Epiphany. Thank you, Brendan! Merry Christmas to you! When a child is born, they’re delicate and precious. You want to hold and nurture and protect…
Youth from grades 5 through 12 are invited to attend our annual youth winter retreats! Our Winter Retreats are always a great deal of fun, in addition to being learning experiences. So we hope you will consider coming along. This year both retreats will take place at Camp Kirchenwald. Because of the close proximity of the…
traditional sermon Epiphany 2 We live in a culture that floods us with words … yes, we literally drown in information of every kind imaginable. Social media platforms … newspapers … 24-hour TV with a couple of hundred channels … emails … texts … conversations … radio … snail mail pamphlets and newsletters … robo-calls…
Calling all women: You are invited to our annual Women’s winter retreat January 19-21st at Camp Kirchenwald! Join us as we discuss what it means to Live in Community. Our time together begins with a wine (or soda) and cheese social and get to know you games. Saturday includes bible study and discussion, more fellowship…
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Rev. Craig Ross
Rev. Sarah Teichmann
Pastor of Christian Formation
Sister Dottie Almoney
Director of Education & Outreach
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St. Peter’s is hoping the congregation can challenge itself this year and outdo what it accomplished last year in collecting cans of soup for the Council of Church’s Food Bank. Souper Bowl 2017 resulted in over 550 cans of soup. Please bring the soup to the church through to the end of January—any type of soups will do! The Council of Church’s Food Bank will be using the soup to serve others this winter. Collection tables have been set up in both the Narthex and Café. Vicar Pal is keeping tabs on the collection. Please watch for reminders and progress reports.
Mark your calendars! St. Peter’s presents “It’s Cool in the Furnace” on February 11th at 3:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Come see the families of St. Peter’s retell the story of the three men and the fiery furnace in living color. Stay for a Mardi Gras fellowship event in the Family Life Center/Café to celebrate our performers. Bring your own Mardi Gras beads (BYOMGB)!
Miss Samantha will host a Parent Breakfast on Sunday, January 21st in the Café during the Sunday School hour (beginning at 9:15 a.m.) for parents of children age 2 through grade 4. To sign up, email Samantha at firstname.lastname@example.org
THE BOOK CLUB will meet on Tuesday, January 16th, at 1:30 p.m. in the Cry Room. We will be discussing The Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly. All are welcome to join us!
THE LIBRARY BOOK DISPLAY will be in the Narthex on Sunday, January 21st. Plan to stop by and see what great books are on display for borrowing this month! Also, please remember to return any books that you may have borrowed last month or before. Thank you!
Wednesday Morning Bible Study will meet on Wednesday, January 17th and will be studying the Book of Mark, Mark 6:1-29. The class meets Wednesdays from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. For the next two weeks we will meet in the Chapel. Bring a Bible and a friend. Modest snacks, coffee and tea are provided.
Crosspoints meets Sunday, January 14th in the Conference Room with the topic, The Prophets – Session 2, “The Prophets as Uncredentialed Purveyors of Covenant”, led by Sister Dottie Almoney. Next week, January 21st , the topic will be “Unpacking the Ten Commandments”, led by Pastor Craig Ross. Faith and Values meets today in Room 100 with the topic ““Participatory Identity”. Next week, January 21st, the topic will be “Trinitarian Love”. Join us for the month of January for conversation and videos featuring world-renowned inspirational speaker, Richard Rohr.
The next Musical Arts Concert will be Saturday, January 13th at 7:00 p.m. The Manor Winds, a local woodwind quintet, will present a program of chamber works in our lovely Sanctuary. Come for a warm evening of beautiful music. Ten percent of the free-will offering will go to Lutheran Disaster Relief in response to the weather disasters last summer.
Our Annual Women’s Retreat will take place January 19th – 21st at Camp Kirchenwald. Our theme this year is “Called to live in Community”. Cost is $80.00. Registration forms are on the Adult Education Bulletin Board. See Sister Dottie for more information.
Please join us for exciting entertainment and good fellowship on Thursday, February 1st at 11:45 a.m. in the Café. Pastor Rockwell will present a chilling discussion about winter in North Dakota. Please bring a sandwich, your own place setting and beverage, plus a SNACK TO SHARE! You might want to bring something warm to eat. If you have any questions, please contact Debra Shue.