The Marketing Committee is requesting photos that you may have from any Church Event (picnics, block parties, Mother’s Day Tea, Ice Cream Social, Mission Dinners, Parades, etc) and of the congregation having fun! These photos are for our new website for all to see what a fantastic, involved, caring congregation we are and make viewers… Read more »
Contributions of Spaghetti Sauce, Peanut Butter, Toilet Paper, bars of hand soap, and boxes of Mac and Cheese are needed.
Circle Six will hold its next meeting and tureen dinner on Tuesday, September 4 at 6:00 in Fellowship Hall. Bring a covered dish and your place setting. Our program for the evening is about the Lorain Lighthouse. Bring a friend too!!
September KEY Deadline The September KEY deadline will be Thursday August 23rd. Please have all articles you wish to be included in September’s KEY turned into the office by the 23rd.
Thanks to Pam from the Lorain County Public Health Department and to the St. Peter’s Mission Committee (they were instrumental in bringing this to the Church)! Pam led two very informative classes at the Church on Project Dawn (Deaths Avoided with Naloxone) on Friday August 10th. The participants learned much about the opioid crisis taking… Read more »
A new year of Sunday School will begin September 9! Looking forward to a fun year! Please be ready to sign your child up on August 26 after church in the fellowship hall!
St. Peter’s is gearing up for our Block Party on SUNDAY, August 19th, 4-7 PM and would like to invite you, your family, neighbors, community groups and ministry groups. We are asking that all church members bring some type of dish to pass to the block party. Set up will be at 3pm, so you may… Read more »
Just totaled our collection for Nickels for Nets from Noisy Collection and VBS. Our kiddos collected $716.62! That’s almost 90 nets! Here are some frequently asked questions so you can become more informed and help Sweet Sleep combat this disease. FACTS • A child dies from malaria every 30 seconds. That’s 2,800 children per day…. Read more »
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 »
March 11 Girl Scout Sunday April 1 Easter Egg Hunt (No Sunday School or Wee Wigglers) June 11-July 20 Confirmation Class July 16-20 Vocational Bible Study Stay… Read more »
We are looking for eight members to serve as Offering Counters. Two members of this team will meet immediately following worship in the Secretary’s office to count the offering. The participants on the Counting Team will be expected to maintain strict confidentiality. You will be trained and detailed instructions will be provided to you. The… Read more »
Serving on a Worship Committee allows the participants to help plan and execute worship services. You don’t have to be an expert in music, liturgy, the Bible or the other components of worship. You only need a willing heart and love of worship. We’ll meet once a quarter. Together we’ll learn about traditional and new… Read more »
Scholarship applications can be found and returned in the church office. For any questions please contact Jean Swift at (440) 988-4510.
Join us as we explore N.T. Wright’s study of the Gospel of Luke. Luke: 20 Stories for Individuals and Groups $7. Tuesday Morning, 10 AM, Fireside Room, Tuesday Evening, 7 PM, Penny K’s house. See Katie to order your book. Tom Wright’s guide to Luke, which includes a wealth of information and background detail, provides… Read more »
One Great Hour of Sharing
One Great Hour of Sharing is an offering that makes the love of Christ real for individuals and communities around the world who suffer the effects of disaster, conflict, or severe economic hardship, and for those who serve them through gifts of money and time. Today, projects are underway in more than 100 countries, including… Read more »
Join the Mission Committee March 11th for Spaghetti Dinner following worship service. There will be no charge; however a free will donation will be accepted and given to a charity to be chosen by Mission Committee. Several group members will be donating desserts and anyone else who would like to bring a dessert to share… Read more »
2018 Farmer’s Market
St. Peter’s has hosted a Farmer’s Market on our campus during the summer for the past three years. The faithful and dedicated team of volunteers who oversaw the Farmer’s Market during this time have stepped down from this ministry. If you are interested in chairing this outreach ministry, please talk with Shelly Harmych, our Council President…. Read more »
Noisy Collection to Provide Easter Sunday Dinner Baskets!
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) Canned vegetables, boxed scalloped potatoes or other boxed or canned side dishes to complete the meal