Congregational Meeting 09/24/2017 at 11:00 a.m.

A Congregational Meeting is scheduled for 09/24/2017 at 11:00 a.m.  Please click on the following for additional information. Agenda for 09/24/2017 Congregational Meeting Proposal New Council Structure Hope to see you there!  

Save the Date

The Advent Workshop will be held on December 10.  More details to follow!

September and October Noisy Collection

Our Noisy Collection for the next two months will go towards providing Thanksgiving Baskets for needy families in Amherst.  Our goal is 5 baskets.  We are also asking for donations of: Canned vegetables Canned cranberries Canned pumpkin pie mix Canned yams Canned turkey gravy Box stuffing mix Muffin mix

August Noisy Collection

The Sunday School Noisy Collection collected $124.21 in August!  It was donated to the Nord PTO to be distributed as part of the Cram the Cruiser for school supplies.  We also collected and donated: 12 glue sticks, 9 spiral notebooks, 8 folders, 2 steno pads, 2 pencil bags, 113 pencils and pens, 1 calculator, 24… Read more »

Preschool Fundraisers!

Preschool is in session!  We have some new fundraisers on our schedule.  Your first opportunity to support the preschool is on September 20th at Sandstone Candle Works in downtown Amherst.  The preschool will earn 20% of any sales that day between 11am and 7pm as long as you MENTION St. Peter’s Preschool or SHOW them… Read more »

Boy Scout Mum Fundraiser

Our Boy Scout Troop 427 is having a Mum Sale! Please complete the order form and turn in to the office by September 10, 2017 to support our local scouts.    

Nursery Additions!

Come check out the new look in the Nursery!

Uganda Kids Choir to Perform August 13, 2017, 10 a.m.

ABOUT THE CHOIR The children in the Ugandan Kids Choir bring a message of hope—sharing the power of God’s love through traditional music and dance. As they tour the US, they delight audiences with their high-energy performances and infectious joy. Each choir is made up of 10 sponsored children who come from the poorest parts… Read more »

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  • Congregational Meeting 09/24/2017 at 11:00 a.m.

    A Congregational Meeting is scheduled for 09/24/2017 at 11:00 a.m.  Please click on the following for additional information. Agenda for 09/24/2017 Congregational Meeting Proposal New Council Structure Hope to see you there!  

  • Save the Date

    The Advent Workshop will be held on December 10.  More details to follow!

  • September and October Noisy Collection

    Our Noisy Collection for the next two months will go towards providing Thanksgiving Baskets for needy families in Amherst.  Our goal is 5 baskets.  We are also asking for donations of: Canned vegetables Canned cranberries Canned pumpkin pie mix Canned yams Canned turkey gravy Box stuffing mix Muffin mix

  • August Noisy Collection

    The Sunday School Noisy Collection collected $124.21 in August!  It was donated to the Nord PTO to be distributed as part of the Cram the Cruiser for school supplies.  We also collected and donated: 12 glue sticks, 9 spiral notebooks, 8 folders, 2 steno pads, 2 pencil bags, 113 pencils and pens, 1 calculator, 24… Read more »

  • Preschool Fundraisers!

    Preschool is in session!  We have some new fundraisers on our schedule.  Your first opportunity to support the preschool is on September 20th at Sandstone Candle Works in downtown Amherst.  The preschool will earn 20% of any sales that day between 11am and 7pm as long as you MENTION St. Peter’s Preschool or SHOW them… Read more »

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  • Nursery Additions!

    Come check out the new look in the Nursery!

  • Uganda Kids Choir to Perform August 13, 2017, 10 a.m.

    ABOUT THE CHOIR The children in the Ugandan Kids Choir bring a message of hope—sharing the power of God’s love through traditional music and dance. As they tour the US, they delight audiences with their high-energy performances and infectious joy. Each choir is made up of 10 sponsored children who come from the poorest parts… Read more »