Worship Sunday 9/20
Greetings to all! Join in a virtual coffee & fellowship following Sunday's worship service, starting at 9:45. Zoom meeting link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86470442646. This link is recurring and will be used every week.
The evening of 9/20, a drive in outdoor concert will take place in our parking lot. See the September newsletter for details (link at the bottom)!
A 2-week stretch is established for St. Peter's volunteers to deliver for Meals on Wheels October 11-24. Use the SignUpGenius form to claim a route (or more!!).
There is a surplus of "Christ in Our Home" devotionals at the church. If you would like one mailed to you (or feel free to stop inside or at the Little Library) get in touch with Julie: firstname.lastname@example.org or 645-8252! The newest Devotional is for the months of October-December. A few large print copies are available.
This Sunday is the 16th Sunday after Pentecost. Join us online at 9:00 am. You can find the bulletin for September 20 on our website. The music is printed in the back.
Readings for Sunday 9/20: Lessons: Job 3:10-4:11, Psalm 145 Gospel: Matthew 20:1-16
Music for Sunday 9/20: Opening Songs: "Blessing & Honor" ELW #854, stanzas 1&4 Gospel Acclamation: "Halle Halle Halle" ELW #172 Hymn of the Day: "God, Whose Giving Knows No Ending" ELW #678 Closing Hymn: "For the Fruit of All Creation" ELW #679 Thank you to our musicians this weekend: Richard C, Pete P, Hannah V, Michon W, and Sandra B. Michon W will read our lessons and prayers. Terra W is on live stream for the morning worship service. Join us on facebook live at 9:00 am or watch the replay on the website afterwords. An updated bulletin for this Sunday can be found on the website. About worship Sunday 9/20: Matthew narrates one of Jesus’ controversial parables in which Jesus says that the reign of God is like that of a landowner who pays his workers the same wage no matter what time of day they began to work. When God changes God’s mind about punishing Nineveh for their evil ways, Jonah is angry. Yet God is gracious and merciful, abounding in steadfast love. In baptism we receive the grace of God that is freely given to all. As Martin Luther wrote, in the presence of God’s mercy we are all beggars.(sundaysandseasons) Remember to "like" and "follow" our facebook page to be able to find our live stream videos faster! Thank you ALL for your continued support, and keep those hearts and thumbs ups coming while you watch =) Blessings, St. Peter's Lutheran Staff Click for the September Parish Visior