FALL LWMS Rally
Oct. 17 at Shawano. Speaker is Gary Lupe, the first Native American pastor for the Apache missions in AZ. Look for posters, bulletin inserts, and registration forms in September and early October.
GOLDEN AGERS DINNER
The Golden Agers Dinner for all members (and spouses) age 65 and over will be held on Saturday, October 17 at 5:00 pm in the Commons. Those planning on attending are asked to call the church office at 867-2200 to sign up.
F.A.C.E. MEETING (Friends Assisting Christian Education)
Upcoming F.A.C.E. meeting: Thursday, October 8 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, October 4, 2015.
BIBLE STUDY OPPORTUNITY IN SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER
The hymn writer stated it well when he wrote, "God's Word is our Great Heritage." God's Word is the one thing that we can pass on to our children and grandchildren that will last for an eternity. We want our children to know that they are redeemed children by the blood of Jesus. It is only through God's Word that they find their Savior from sin. A six week Bible study entitled "Influencing God's Children" will be offered to the congregation starting on Sunday, September 6, at 9:15 am.
WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY
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." This book will be available to purchase for a minimal fee.
COFFEE FELLOWSHIP HOUR
On Sunday, October 18, 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.
GOOD TO KNOW
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