Sunday, February 21
Donate New Books Northfield Promise is working to build a supply for distributing to children during spring and summer breaks, as well as supporting teachers by supplying their classrooms with new and diverse titles! Books can be dropped off at our drive-through drop-off event on Tuesday, March 2nd at First United Church of Christ (301 Union Street) 3-5pm! Content Bookstore has created a link with a wish list for easy sharing and online ordering if you're interested! Thank you for your continued support of young readers in Northfield! Questions? Contact Laura at 612-501-3036.
Sunday, February 21st: Join us online on facebook at 9:00 am or on the website afterwards. Please register if you wish to attend in-person worship for Wednesday or Sunday during the week prior. We are currently allowing for 30 worshipers. Safety protocols are listed with a registration link at the top of our website homepage. We will celebrate holy communion this Sunday. To participate at home, have bread/crackers and wine/juice handy.
Family worship will be posted at 10am! Watch any time! Readings for Sunday 2/21: Lesson: Genesis 9:8-17, Psalm 25 & 1 Peter 3:18-22 Gospel: Mark 1:9-15 Music for Sunday 2/21: Opening Hymn: "Come to the Water" Hymn of the Day: "Thy Holy Wings" Closing Hymn: "As the Deer Runs to the River" Mary Kay Bougie will be our pianist and song leader. The Bell Choir will also play. Michon Weeks will read for us. Terra Wierson will be broadcasting. About worship Sunday 2/21:
On Ash Wednesday the church began its journey toward baptismal immersion in the death and resurrection of Christ. This year, the Sundays in Lent lead us to focus on five covenants God makes in the Hebrew Scriptures and to use them as lenses through which to view baptism. First Peter connects the way God saved Noah’s family in the flood with the way God saves us through the water of baptism. The baptismal covenant is made with us individually, but the new life we are given in baptism is for the sake of the whole world. (sundaysandseasons)
Notice: The March 5 Blood Drive at St. Peter’s has around 10 openings left. Many blood drives have been canceled in the south due to the utility grid shutdowns. The Red Cross is receiving less blood donations and needs to replenish supplies. Schedule an appointment to be a donor if you can. Have a good weekend! St. Peter's Lutheran Staff Need a link listed in the newsletter?? Click on active links in the February Parish Visitor