MamaJo Pie Preschool Fundraiser

The fundraiser you have all been waiting for is here!  Mama Jo Pie gift Cards!  The preschool is selling gift cards for $10.  Here is the order form.  Your order and money must be turned  in to the preschool office by 10/16/18.  Gift cards will be available on 10/26/2018. To find out additional information on Mama Joe… Read more »

Logo…

For those that are curious about our new logo…The symbol has several things that we feel are important to St. Peter’s. First, the symbol itself is a P…for Peter. There is a black cross in the middle. The surrounding colors represent our beautiful stained glass windows.  

Preschool This Week…. 09/17/2018

This week the children will learn the letter Aa. **Homework: On Monday and Tuesday your child will take home their “Meet Me” project. Please answer the questions, decorate and CUT OUT their little person. Please return on their next school day to be displayed in the preschool hallway.

Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat is coming!!!! October 28 from 5-6:30. After the success of our block party, it is looking like we may have OVERWHELMING attendance (depending on weather, of course!)  Please consider participating in this year’s event!  You will need to supply your own candy, I will have signs and trinkets for each car for… Read more »

Noisy Collection to support Thanksgiving Baskets

For the next two months, our noisy collection will go toward purchasing supplies for Thanksgiving dinners for needy families in the Amherst area.  The dates are September 23 and October 28.  Thank you so much for your donations!

Church Chat at Arabica’s

Pastor Bev used to meet with church members on Wednesday mornings at Arabica’s in downtown Amherst. Even though Pastor Bev is no longer participating in body, she still is in spirit!  Some members are carrying on the tradition and still meet every Wednesday morning to chat and enjoy the fellowship.  This group of our church… Read more »

Boy Scout Mum Sale

Boy Scout Troop 427 is currently selling MUMs at $5.00 a pot. Order forms can be found at the back of the sanctuary or in your bulletin. Order forms can be turned in at the church office or with Jessie Kubuske. Money is due this Sunday (09/16) for your orders. Details will be  forthcoming regarding… Read more »

Sunday School News

Sunday school is again starting at 10 am.  Please bring the children up to the Sunday school room before church.  They are dismissed from the Fellowship Hall at the end of the service where they will be having snack! 

Crop Hunger Walk

This year’s Crop Hunger Walk will be held in Vermilion at the Vermilion UCC on Rt. 60. The Crop Walk will take place October 7th at 2 PM. There will be five stops along the mile path through downtown and the park. If you would like to register as a walker for St. Peter’s please… Read more »

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  • Rally Day is Fast Approaching

    Rally Day is August 27th.  There will be a table set up in Fellowship Hall for parents to sign their children up for the 2017/2018 Sunday School year.  There will be games and crafts!  Fun will be had by all as we get ready to start the new year!

  • Fall Enrollment is Open!

    Enrollment for the 2017/2018 season is now open!  A variety of classes are offered for all ages including Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop/Jazz and Creative Movement.  To see a class description click here. Classes are offered Monday through Friday from 1:30 pm – 8:45 pm and Saturdays from 9am – 12 pm.  Contact the church office or… Read more »

  • VBS 2017 Hero Central Wrap Up!

    VBS 2017 Hero Central is in the books!!!! What a fun time we had and we finished with a picnic today under the tree, where we honored our church secretary who is leaving us! Kids loved their ice cream cone snack today! Today’s craft was our mission project “super socks” which were toiletries stuffed in… 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 »

  • Farmers Market

    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.  

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    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 »

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    “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 »

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    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 »