Be sure to read the Weekly Bulletin for even more details on upcoming events.


MID-WEEK ADVENT SERIES - The theme for our mid-week Advent services this year is: "Voices from the Edge: Advent Encounters Preparing the Way"!  The dates and individual themes for each of these services are: Wed. Dec. 2 - The Apostle John and a Vision of the Bride; Wed. Dec. 9 - John the Baptizer and a Terrible Wonder; Wed. Dec. 16 - The Prophet Zephaniah and a Vision of Joy. The mid-week services will be held at 3:15 and 7:00 pm each of those Wednesdays. May the Lord bless our Advent preparations!

F.A.C.E. MEETING (Friends Assisting Christian Education)

Upcoming F.A.C.E. meeting: Thursday, December 10 at 6:00 pm. All confirmed congregation members are welcome to join!

Scrip is available during office hours, and also the 1st & 3rd Sundays of each month from 9:00 until 9:30 am. 


A reminder that we have a ‘Children’s Sermon’ the first Sunday of each month. We ask all pre-school to grade 3 age children to come to the front of the church during the 2nd verse of the pre-sermon hymn; after the devotion the congregation will continue singing the rest of the pre-sermon hymn while the children make their way back to the pews. Parents are welcome to accompany their little ones if they wish. The next ‘Children’s Sermon’ will be on Sunday, December 6, 2015.

SPL Cares
GriefShare: Surviving the Holidays Seminar
Saturday, November 21, 2015

St. Peter’s Lutheran Church
312 W. Main Street, Weyauwega
9:00 – 11:30 AM Registration/Seminar

SPL Cares invites you and your immediate family members (adults only
please) to this helpful, encouraging seminar for people facing the holidays
after a loved one’s death.  We believe that this seminar will be of benefit to
The seminar features practical suggestions and reassurance through video
interviews with counselours, grief experts and other people who have
experienced the holidays after their loved one’s death.  Topics to be
discussed include “Why the Holidays are Tough,” “What to Expect,” “How
to Manage Relationships and Holiday Socials,” and “Using the Holidays to
Help You Heal.”  Participation in discussion is optional.
Those who attend will receive a “Surviving the Holidays” book that includes
over thirty daily readings that provide additional insights and ideas on
holiday survival.

For questions, transportation, and to register for the seminar:  contact Sue
Morack at 715/258-2470 or Email (  Respond by
November 12 for “Surviving the Holidays” to allow us enough time to
prepare materials for all participants.

As a more in-depth follow-up to the “Surviving the Holidays” seminar,
fourteen GriefShare sessions will be held on Saturdays from January 9 to
March 19 and April 2 to April 16, 2016.  The time is 9:00 to 11:00 AM.   For
questions, transportation, and to register for the GriefShare sessions: 
contact Sue Morack at 715/258-2470 or Email ( 
Respond by Thursday, January 7, 2016.


   Have you ever wondered what it must have been like for Mary to see and experience Jesus' life in this world? In this new Bible Study we will search God's Word and consider Jesus' birth, life, and ministry from Mary's perspective. Our study will include watching the film 'My Son, My Savior'. In each of the four-week sessions we will view a part of the film and then engage in faith discussion. This new study begins Sunday, November 22, starting at 9:15 am in the Commons. We hope to see you there!


     A "Women's Bible Study" will be offered to all the women of St. Peter congregation beginning in September. The new Bible study will be held the third Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am in the Narthex. The Bible study will focus on the fruits of the Spirit as they are made visible to us in the lives of the women of the Bible. The title of the book which will serve as a teaching tool is: "Golden Fruit: Living the Fruit of the Spirit through the Best Times of your Life." 


On Sunday, December 20, we will have “Coffee Hour” in between services in the Narthex. We will use this opportunity to welcome our new members  We look forward to this special time for fellowship and for the opportunity to welcome our new members to St. Peter congregation.



Volunteers are needed to assist in the weekly church cleaning during October and November. A sign-up sheet is located on the back table in the church. If you are willing to give a couple hours of your time, it would be appreciated. If you have questions, please contact Denise Anderson at 920-299-3427 or Susie Faulks at 920-867-3985.


FVL Federation Fall Update

Fall Principal's Message video


St. Peter's Mission Statement 
"St. Peter's Lutheran Church exists to share God's Word and Sacraments with His people, to provide Christian education for the young, and to share God's Word with the people of this community and with the world."

Worship Services

  • Saturday at 4:00 pm
  • Sunday at 8:00 am
  • Sunday at 10:30 am
  • Service is also broadcast on Sunday at 10:30 am on WDUX 800 AM radio.
  • Holiday & Special Services posted on Calendar

Contact Information
Church phone: 920.867.3169
Church email:
School phone: 920.867.2200 

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