HOUSE FIRE on CORNELL

Many of you have already heard about the house fire on Cornell. While the family is all safe and together, the fire was devastating.  Many of you have already come together to offer help. There will be a donation account set up at Chase bank. Donations can be made at any Chase bank and funds… Read more »

Ink Jet Recycle

Wondering what to do with your empty ink jets?  There is a box in the window in the Fellowship Hall where you can drop them off!  Once the box is full, it gets mailed to a recycling company that will send Christian Education a check for the empty cartridges!  Easy way to donate to the… Read more »

The Science of Addiction

Wednesday, February 13, members of Lorain County’s faith based communities are invited to attend a summit presented by Thomas D. Stuber. This event will take place at First Lutheran Church 1019 W. 5th street in Lorain from 9AM to 12PM. There is no cost to attend but registration is required.  If interested you can register… Read more »

Circle 6

Circle Six will hold its next meeting and picnic on Tuesday, February 5 at 7:00PM in Fellowship Hall.  Bring your favorite game to play and invite a friend to join us.

Clothing Ministry

Thank you so much to all who donated to the winter clothing drive. Please know that your items went directly to those who need them the most!  Clothing collection for the Great Lakes Church homeless outreach and clothing pantry will continue throughout the coming year.  The collection box will remain in the lobby. New and used… Read more »

Salvation Army Bell Ringers

The Salvation Army are looking for volunteers to ring the bell December 22 from 12-7PM. If interested please contact Toni at 440-308-0187.

Longest Night Worship

All are invited to join Pastor Arlen and Community Congregational, Vermilion U.C.C Congregational and Brownhelm U.C.C for a Longest Night Worship service Friday, December 21, held at Brownhelm U.C.C located at 2144 North Ridge Road Vermilion Ohio. Worship begins at 5PM.

Circle Six Cookie Sale

The ladies of Circle Six will be holding their annual cookie sale following church annual meeting on Sunday December 16 in the Fellowship Hall.

Classic Christmas Show

Friday, December 14th Lorain Lighthouse United Methodist Church located at 3015 Meister Rd, Lorain, Ohio 44053, is putting on a ReCreation’s Classic Christmas show. Admission is FREE, but we ask that you bring a non-perishable item to support our food pantry. The Christmas concert is being put on by Re-Creation, a singing and dancing group… Read more »

Christmas Eve Services

St. Peter’s will be having two Christmas Eve services this year. The first on will be at 5PM and the second will be 10PM. We hope to see you for one or both services.

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  • Farmers Market

    Amherst Farmer’s Market

    Our Farmer’s Market continues to be an outstanding venture!  We continue to seek and add new vendors for the 2017 season.  Come check us out every Wednesday from 4-6 pm from now through the end of August.  Some of our vendors include: PNB Farms – eggs, duck eggs and whole frozen chickens Old Canal Farm… Read more »

  • Cram the Cruiser

    Our August Noisy Collection and mission project is ‘Cram the Cruiser’.  We will be collecting school supplies and donations to purchase school supplies to help children in need within the Amherst school system.  The Amherst Schools PTO and the Amherst Police Department invite you to ‘Cram the Cruiser’.  Bring your donations to the church (for… Read more »

  • 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 »