Monday, September 2nd is Labor Day and St. Peters will be closed for the holiday. Normal hours (8AM-4:30PM M-F) will resume Tuesday, September 3rd. For any questions, please contact Katie in the church office at 440-988-4965.
Many thanks to all who helped make this years Block Party a success! Even the threat of a severe thunderstorm didnt dampen our festivities! Thank you to all who donated, and all who helped, with set up and with serving! I would like to thank you all personally, but Im not sure I saw everyone that helpedso if you did.THANK YOU! A huge shout out to Boy Scout Troop 427 for all their help. Many thanks to the committee that helped to organize this event, Kurt, Kody and Pam Beiswenger, Barb and Jim Wiley, Judy McCurdy, and Shelley Harmych. Looking forward to another great event next year! Speaking of the block party, there are leftovers! Please join us in the Fellowship Hall after church for hotdogs, beans, watermelon, chips, cookies, and whatever else! Afterwards, the remainder of the chips will be donated to Amherst High Schools Leo Club Backpack project that sends food home with needy kids for the weekend. Our September Noisy Collection will be donated to this project as well. Part of our
If you would like to register to attend this event, please click here! TheOhio Conferenceis proud to co-sponsorThe Ohio Council of Churches(OCC) 100th anniversary event. The OCC remains devoted in its 100th year to tackling the problems of racism through ecumenical partnership and vision. We in the Ohio Conference had already begun engaging with the OCC in discussions around hosting an event focused on ending racism; this event is one of the fruits of that discernment. For this event, with our assistance, the OCC has lined up workshops, worship, celebrations, and reflections around the work to fight racism. Our commitment to working with ecumenical partners like the OCC to arrange for continuing anti-racism work in our communities is just one of the ways your Conference is offering service to our members and churches. With that commitment in mind, we have engaged the Pulitzer Prize-Winning writer, and Miami Herald columnist, Leonard Pitts, Jr., to deliver a keynote address at the
The Transition Team is coordinating Cottage Conversations for June, between the 18th and 27th.The purpose of these conversations is for the congregation to shareappreciative experiences of St. Peters. These conversations will help the transition team determine what the valuesare for St. Peters. These will be discussed with the congregation as awhole at a later date.The ultimate goal is to determine the core values of St. Peters and thendetermine what God is calling St. Peters to do.Once this is determined, the Transition Team can start on the profile forthe Search Team to use in finding our new pastor. It is important that all who can participate, do. If someone cannot participate on the provided dates, please let the office or transition team know, so we can set something up with you at a later date. Sign up will be posted in the Sanctuary. Individuals can also call theoffice and Katie will let you know what is available.
Registration for VBS this year is now open!You may go to http://tmab.cokesburyvbs.com/Ststpeters to register, and here to pay. All payments are due by June 17. VBS is for ages 4 years old through the 6th grade and will be held July 8- July 12.
All are invited to the Service in the Snshine worship Service on June 16th at 10AM at Mill Hollow Park located in Vermilion Ohio. Picnic lunch to follow. Please bring table service and lawn chairs.Brought to you by our sister UCC Churches: Brownhelm Community Congregational, St. Johns (South Amherst), Community Congregational and Vermilion. Rain location is at our church.
Look at this gorgeous quilt! We will be raffling this quilt (made and donated by Kay Koler) off at various functions, and on Sundays! $1/ticket or $5 for 6 tickets. The winning ticket will be drawn at ourBlock Party on August 18th! Need not be present to win! Proceeds will go to the Stained Glass Window Fund!
On Sunday, May 26th, we will be honoring our graduates. Please contact Katie at 988-4965 or firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of your high school or college graduate by Friday, May 24th.
Wednesday, February 13, members of Lorain Countys 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 at https://www.eventbrite.com by searching for Understanding Substance Use Disorders within Congregation in Lorain.
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.
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.
The ladies of Circle Six will be holding their annual cookie sale following church annual meeting on Sunday December 16 in the Fellowship Hall.
Friday, December 14th Lorain Lighthouse United Methodist Church located at 3015 Meister Rd, Lorain, Ohio 44053, is putting on a ReCreations 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 or young adults who travel the United States performing for veterans in VA hospitals. Re-Creation presents sparkling, energetic professional entertainment, offering dynamic vocal renditions of classic Christmas music.
The 2018 annual congregational meeting of St. Peters UCC takes place Sunday, December 16th following worship, in the sanctuary, for the purpose of electing church council officers to serve during 2019 and church board members to begin serving in 2019 and we will review the approved 2019 budget.
Our Christmas Cantata is on Sunday, December 16 at the 10:00 service. The Sanctuary Choir, Handbell Choir, a trumpet player, clarinets, flute player, and our Oberlin Quartet will contribute to this beautiful cantata. Please join us.
The fundraiser you have all been waiting for is here! Mama Jo Pie gift Cards! The preschool is selling gift cards for $10.Hereis 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 Pies, clickhereor go to www.mamajopies.com
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 years event! You will need to supply your own candy, I will have signs and trinkets for each car for the teal pumpkins (non-candy). Our Trunk or Treat was a huge success last year and looks to be the same this year! If you dont want to do a car, please consider a table or just a chair! We can also use volunteers to run the games. Forms and instructions are in the back of the church.
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!