Worship with us at St. Peter's at 9, coffee & social hour is at 10! Sunday School (visitors welcome!) at 10:10. A book discussion will begin in the Fireside Room at 10:10 as well. The "Planning Sabbaticals" book is available in the narthex on the Welcome Desk. About worship on Sunday 2/2: Who are the blessed ones of God? For Micah, they are those who do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God. For Paul, they are the ones who find wisdom in the weakness of the cross.
9am worship, coffee & snacks at 10, and Sunday School at 10:10 am. Join in the congregational ANNUAL MEETING to take place in the sanctuary at 10:30! All are welcome and encouraged to attend!! About worship on 1/26, the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany: Jesus begins his public ministry by calling fishers to leave their nets and follow him. In Jesus the kingdom of God has come near. We who have walked in darkness have seen a great light. We see this light most profoundly in the cross
Worship with us this Sunday at 9am, the second Sunday after Epiphany! Stay for coffee and fellowship afterwords. Kids welcome in Sunday School - even visitors! - at 10:10 am. About worship: Today’s gospel opens with further reflection on Jesus’ baptism. He is the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world and the one anointed by the Spirit. In the liturgy we come and see Christ revealed among us in word and meal. We go forth to invite others to come and worship the Holy
Celebrate the baptism of our Lord and remember your own baptism on Sunday 1/12 with us at St. Peter's! 9am worship, 10am coffee and social. 10:10 am Sunday School (all visitor kids welcome!), and a Community Connection presentation from the Key during coffee. If you or a friend or family member are pondering baptism, now is a great time to talk about it and act! About worship: In the waters of the Jordan, Jesus is revealed as the beloved Son of God. Through this great epiphan
We are celebrating Epiphany a day early with worship and Star Gifts! About worship:Within the gospel reading’s profound words lies the simple message that God is revealed in a human person. Though we may try to understand how the Word existed with God from the beginning of time, the wonder we celebrate at Christmas is that the Word continues to dwell among us. Christ comes among us in the gathered assembly, the scriptures, the waters of new birth, and the bread and the wine.