Vacation Bible School will be held July 16 – 20th, 2018. Our theme this year is: Please watch for further details.
After services on April 1, 2018, there will be an Easter Egg Hunt. There will be no Sunday School or Wee Wigglers that day.
Registration for our Confirmation Class will be open soon. Class dates are June 11 – Junly 20th 2018.
Light dinner will be provided. Cost: 5 objects from the following list that will be donated to Amherst High School’s Leo Club Back Pack Project: Single Serve: Microwave Mac and Cheese, Microwave ravioli, breakfast cereal/oatmeal Boxes of pop tarts, multi-packs of single serve chips Packages with individual apple sauce, pudding(non refrigerated) Packs of cheese and… Read more »
Join us, March 13th, as we explore N.T. Wright’s study of the Gospel of Luke. Luke: 20 Stories for Individuals and Groups $7. Tuesday Mornings, 10 AM, Fireside Room. Tuesday Evenings, 7 PM, Penny K’s house. See Katie to pick up your book.
Since it is the Sunday before St. Patrick’s day AND Girl Scout Sunday…the two combined together with wearing green and a 3 leaved plant! We made a St Patrick’s day craft and our snack was a Girl Scout Trefoil!
How delicious was today’s Spaghetti? It was so nice to see everyone in the Fellowship Hall enjoying their meal and enjoying the company of friends! What a great time! Many, many thanks to those that prepared and served the delicious meal! Let’s do it again sometime!
St. Peter’s Sunday School program is preparing Easter Sunday dinner baskets. You can help in three ways; Give generously to the Noisy collection, Donate FILLED plastic eggs (goodies for the children, and Canned vegetables, boxed scalloped potatoes or other boxed or canned side dishes to complete the meal.
On Sunday, May 20th, we will be honoring our graduates. Please contact Katie (988-4965, email@example.com) or Jessie (988-4848, firstname.lastname@example.org) with the names of your high school or college graduate.
There will be a change in how we do Wee Wigglers on Family Sunday. So that our littlest ones can get more of the church experience on those Sundays, they will now be dismissed just before the sermon, and return toward the end of the service. This is just for our smallest kiddos, ages 3-5,… Read more »
We now accept donations made using PayPal!
We are now accepting donations made through PayPal. You can make your donation using a credit card, a debit card or your PayPal account; however, you do not have to have a PayPal account to use this service. To access PayPal, either click on the ‘Donate’ button below or click on the ‘Donate Here’ button… Read more »
Trunk or Treat
Our Annual Trunk or Treat! Where: In the parking lot of St. Peter’s U.C.C., 582 Church Street Amherst When: Sunday, October 29, 2017 5:30 PM to 7 PM Details: Games, candy, snacks and more! Come in costume after the parade and join the fun! If you are interested in hosting a ‘trunk’ , click… Read more »
The Amherst Farmers Market
St. Peter’s UCC is hosting the Amherst Farmers Market all summer long on Wednesday’s from 4pm – 6pm at our church in Amherst, Ohio. Support your local foods and your local economy at this weekly family friendly event. Please join us in celebrating our third year of offering a diverse, high-quality selection of locally-grown, locally-made… Read more »
Worship Service Hour: 10:00 AM every Sunday
Our regular Worship Service and our Sunday School starts at 10:00 AM every Sunday, followed by a fellowship time.
A Real Good Church
I was reading a book called Real Good Church, the new entry in the church revitalization field. At the heart of one of the foundational principles that enabled a church to grow from 35 members to 300+ was a willingness to take risks. It recognizes that to grow a church means the church and staff… Read more »
“A Grateful Life”
There comes to my mind a word, or sets of words from time to time. I know that they are not my own thoughts, but were uttered by someone, in some setting, that just resurfaced in a moment of reflection or often, more likely, when I just stop focusing on the task at hand. Recently… Read more »
We can never say enough positive things to one another
Dear Brothers and Sisters, In my mid-20’s my father and I went through the pretty typical process of moving to our next stage of relationship building that most young adults go through with their parents. One of the reflective questions I asked him was why he didn’t say more “positive” things to us, his children… Read more »