AuthorRev. Sarah Teichmann

Pastor of Christian Formation
Rev. Sarah Teichmann

I love working in a staff where we are able to use each other’s strengths for the glory of God. I am energized by the lay leaders of the church and the creative ways they can extend the mission of Jesus to congregational members and our community.

Easter 3 Preview

Were not our hearts burning within us while he was talking to us on the road, while he was opening the scriptures to us? -Luke 24:32 Jesus Christ is the key that unlocks Scripture. That’s how it was on the road to Emmaus. The risen Lord, Jesus Christ, opened their eyes and their minds to…

The Cross on Good Friday

What is there to say this evening? This evening that we remember Jesus crucified. This evening where we look upon the cross. The cross, an instrument, by which empires tortured and shamed masses into silence. The cross, a symbol when abused, that can still carry a message of shame and force. The cross, a sign…

A New Way To Give

St. Peter’s has a new way to give charitably. It’s called Tithe.ly — as in tithing your income as a way to give back to God for all God has given you. You know about traditional giving — you see it first hand every time we pass the offering plate. Tithe.ly lets you give whenever…

Rev. Sarah Teichmann
Worship Service Alert

Schedule for March 18 This week we have had a partial failure of the heating system in the south end of our building — this area includes the sanctuary, office, chapel, choir room, and conference room. Spare parts were not immediately available to make the repairs by Sunday, so please be advised on this modified…

Prayers Requested For United Lutheran Seminary

St. Peter’s rostered leadership requests your prayers for our United Lutheran Seminary (formerly Gettysburg Seminary and Philadelphia Seminary) community. In the month of February, a leadership conflict arose around the seminary president, the Rev. Dr. Theresa Latini, and her past involvement more than fifteen years ago as the executive director of a Presbyterian Church organization…