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


UPCOMING EVENTS

SOUP/SALAD SUPPER

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, February 18, 2015 – the annual Soup & Salad supper sponsored by St. Peter Athletics will be held from 4:00 – 6:30 pm in the Commons. Come and enjoy a warm bowl of delicious soup, salad & bars!


COMMUNITY DINNER St. Peter Lutheran Church is sponsoring the community dinner at the Presbyterian Church on Monday, February 2. The meal is served at 5:00 pm, and all are invited to attend!


Organization of WELS Lutheran Seniors - Chapter 4

Our first OWLS meeting of 2015 will be held on Tuesday, February 10th.  We will meet at NOON for 'Dutch Treat' at the Golden Corral, 1168 N. Westhill Blvd. in Appleton.  Chapter 42 of the OWLS includes all senior WELS members of our churches in the Fox Valley area.  You are invited and encouraged to join us for lunch and fellowship.  Karen Micheel will present information on "The Hope Center", 730 W. Glendale, Appleton. This center which is supported by our area WELS churches provides help and hope to those in need.


BIBLE STUDIES 

WELS Marriage Enrichment

A famous person once said, “Any fool can complicate things; it takes a genius to simplify them.”The Bible does call marriage a mystery, but the gospel of Jesus unravels the mystery and simplifies things.  Let an upcoming WELS Marriage Enrichment and Get-Away Weekend help you give glory to God and joy to your spouse.  Space is limited, so register early for the weekend event at destination resorts in Lake Geneva (Feb. 13-15) or Wausau (Feb. 20-22).  Visit www.wels.net/adult-discipleship for more information and to register.


NEW BIBLE STUDY BEGINS IN FEBRUARY

 John threw his hands up in frustration. “The Bible experts can’t agree on what this passage means,” he bemoaned. “How can I ever figure it out?” Have you ever felt that way?....Joan was in the middle of her early morning Bible reading time. She had read about ten passages and she seemed to understand their basic meaning. But then she read a passage that made absolutely no sense to her; she could not understand how it fit into the flow of thought. She skipped the passage and kept reading. But she felt a bit of frustration. Have you ever felt this way? We are going to have a six-week Bible study (Feb.1-March 8) which is designed to help you learn some basic skills of Bible interpretation. It is entitled: How To Interpret The Bible! You may always encounter “speed bumps”, or hard to understand passages as you read God’s Word. But learning from Scripture how God wants His Word to be understood will help you read with greater understanding and confidence. Come and join us, starting on Sunday, February 1, at 9:15 am in the Commons.

VOLUNTEER INFO

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES – ALL CONGREGATION MEMBERS

The annual Fire On Ice snowmobile races will be held the weekends of February 6-8 and 13-15, 2015.  St. Peter Athletics has an opportunity to receive a portion of the proceeds from these events according to the number of volunteers we can provide.  Volunteers are needed for loading/unloading hay, working gates, concessions, grillers, clean up, etc.  If you can help, sign-up sheets are located in the school office.


SPL MEETINGS

LADIES AID

he Ladies Aid will meet on Thursday, February 5, at 1:00 pm. The topic for February is The Sermon on the Mount – Salt and Light. All women of the congregation age 18 and over are invited to attend!


COFFEE FELLOWSHIP HOUR

COFFEE HOUR HOSTS NEEDED

Coffee Hour Volunteers needed for February 8, 15, 22 and all Sundays in March.

Contact the church office or Jacci Olson 920.867.4577 to sign up.





GOOD TO KNOW
NEW ALTAR FURNITURE FOR NARTHEX
Please be sure to take some time to check out the beautiful new altar furniture located in the Narthex. There is an altar, lectern, and a cross. We thank those who donated special gifts for this purpose, and we also thank David Bork who donated his labor in constructing these furnishings. What a beautiful addition to the Narthex!

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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: stpeter@splwega.net
School phone: 920.867.2200 

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