Discipleship to Jesus includes both witness and service. In both words and actions we seek to proclaim and reveal God's love in Jesus Christ. Here is a snapshot of some of our ministry opportunities.
Worship is central to our life as Christians. We are shaped and defined by the cross of Jesus Christ. The scriptures are God's living voice that interprets, shapes, and transforms our lives. Our sins are forgiven, our wounds are healed, and we are given hope and strength to face life's daily challenges. In worship we are filled with God's love so that we might empty ourselves in Christian service and witness. Join us on Sunday mornings at 9am, either in person or on-line.
The St. Peter's Music Worship Groups are comprised of volunteers from the congregation who are dedicated to leading the congregation in the singing and playing of anthems, hymns and liturgical music. The repertoire of music at St. Peter's includes a wide range of styles. Our Sunday School students also sing in worship several times each year.
We offer several opportunities for adult and youth education on Sunday mornings and throughout the week.
Contact the church office or fill out this form to submit names of people to be included in our Sunday prayers and/or sent to our prayer chain. Please provide an update when possible when situations improve or change. If you would like a visit from Pastor David, please contact him at 507-645-8252 or email@example.com.
Faith on Tap
Are you interested in discussing matters of faith as they intersect with current issues in the news? Grab a pint and join us for good conversation and fellowship. Calendar updates can be found on our live calendar, and topics are often posted on our facebook page.
Our seniors are an active asset to the life and ministry of St. Peter's Lutheran. They sing in our choir, mentor our Confirmation students, serve a Wednesday night supper, visit our shut-ins, and meet several times a year for fellowship and food.
Parents & Young Adults
With a busy schedule, typically, all week long, parents and young adults can still find opportunities to help out and be involved with the church. We have many smaller, but impactful ways to help with projects and volunteer opportunities - without being tied to a long-term commitment.
St. Peter's Youth (SPY) consists of middle and high school students. Our middle school confirmation classes are held on Wednesdays evenings during the school year. We offer trips like the ELCA National Youth Gathering, servant trips, and high adventure trips. Our Youth also have opportunities to volunteer in the community and live the word of God.
Faith is shaped and formed throughout our lifetime. Sunday School begins at age 3 and goes through 5th grade. Our classes meet on Sunday mornings and include stories from the Bible, supporting crafts, and music time. The Sunday School students also enjoy putting on our annual Christmas Program mid-December.
Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, Wednesday evening meals, Prayer Chains, Operation Joy, and TORCH are a few of the ministries in which we are involved in the local community. Stretching outside our community, we have groups who are active in supporting organizations like Lutheran World Relief, Feed My Starving Children and Sharing and Caring Hands.