Be sure to read the Weekly Bulletin for even more details on upcoming events.
BIBLE STUDY ON THE LIFE OF ABRAHAM CONTINUES!
How would you assess your faith? Would you say you show great faith in God and the plans He has for you? The patriarch Abraham is well-known as one who showed great faith during his life. We are presently studying the life of Abraham and discussing what we can learn from him. The remaining topics are: Feb. 16 Sometimes God Gives Tough Tests; and Feb. 23 The Calm Contentment of Faith. These studies are being held in the Conference Room of the school. Hope to see you this coming Sunday!
Since the January LWMS meeting had to be cancelled because of weather conditions, please help yourselves to the LWMS information and materials on the tables in back of church. See you Feb 24, God willing.
We are still accepting donations of band aids, gauze bandages, medical tape, AA & AAA batteries for the Malawi medical mission. They may be placed in the box in back of church by February 16.
SPL Cares will hold their next social/potluck on Saturday, February 22, at 5:00 pm in the school commons. A special invitation is extended to all widows and widowers as well as cancer survivors and their guests. Hope you can join us!
SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY SOCIAL
Seniors are invited to the First Presbyterian Church hall on Tuesday, February 25, 2014, at 2:00 pm for bingo & cards with lunch to follow: hot ham/bun, macaroni salad, ice cream & coffee – cost is $3.50. Please RSVP to Don or Judy Langer at 920-867-2600 by February 23.
CHURCH CLEANING HELP NEEDED
Your help is needed! The pink sign-up calendar/schedule for cleaners is located on the back table. Cleaners are needed on a weekly basis. With the winter weather, regular cleaning is necessary. Please take a minute to sign up for a week that is convenient for you. We appreciate all help in this area to help keep our church clean!
TWO NEW BIBLE STUDIES OFFERED IN MARCH
Everyone loves a hero! Everyone loves the person who triumphs and overcomes difficult obstacles in their life to achieve success. In Hebrews, chapter 11, we have God’s list of some heroes of faith in the Old Testament who set before us some wonderful examples of what it means to trust and follow the one true God. During the Sundays of March we will consider the following: 1) Abel, A Man Who Revered the Lord; 2) Enoch & Noah – Men Who Remained Focused on the Lord; 3) Moses & His Parents – People with Faith Who Stood Up to a King; and 4) Rahab – A Woman With Repentant Faith. Each of these classes will be held in the Conference room, starting Sunday, March 2, at 9:15 a.m.
The other Bible Study scheduled to start in March is Creation - "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." What does that mean? With so many different "theories" out there today it can be confusing, even for Christians, to know what is true. Join us as we hear what God has to say about his creation as opposed to human views like evolution.
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."
- 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