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WELCOME TO OUR CHURCH

We're glad you came!



Service Times

Sunday Services: 8:30 AM and 11 AM

Education Hour: 10-11 AM


Our Location

3106 East Carmel Drive
Carmel, IN 46033

p: 317-846-6882
f: 317-844-0984
office@stpeterscarmel.org


About Us

We are a church that is dedicated to serving others and serving God. This is the core of our vision and our mission.


Contact Us

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to give us a shout and connect with us.

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PASTORS

"As the pastors of this unique faith community, we care deeply about the people and creation around us. Our congregation is as vibrant and inviting as the Native Habitat that surrounds our building and as bold as the solar panels on our roof. We hope you will join us on this adventure we call faith.

 

Each of us, exactly as we are--and as we are still becoming-- are named beloved by the One who created us. All are welcome as together we endeavor to be and create the Kin-dom of God. We listen deeply for what the Spirit is calling us to be and to do in this world. We wrestle with questions more than we offer answers. We like it that way; we believe Jesus did the same thing!

 

May you feel the presence of the Spirit and remember that you are loved as you explore both faith and doubt.  Perhaps your journey will lead you to Carmel, IN. If it does, we hope to meet you."

Lori Bievenour and Rebecca Lockwood


Upcoming Events 

and 

Announcements

Come and get involved!


MLK Day Service in Carmel: Monday, January 21 at 6:00 p.m. at The Tarkington (at the Palladium). Anyone is invited to attend this program of singing, skits, dancing, and speakers.


Be The Church 2.0: Every Wednesday in January from 6:30-8:00p.m. your Generosity Team and pastors are hosting this opportunity to study the St. Peter’s Mission Statement. This week the topic will be “Sharing God’s Love with Our World”.


Women & the Word – NEW STUDY on FAMILIES: Join us 9:30-11:30a.m. on Thursdays in January and February to explore the broad topic of families.  No preparation is needed – just an open heart and a willingness to be in relationship with a curious and compassionate group of individuals.  Questions?  Contact office@stpeterscarmel.org and your inquiry will be forwarded to Nan Bucksten, Sandy Godich, or Sarah Penquite, organizers of this study!


Carmel UMC Food Pantry Donations:  In January we are collecting cereal and oatmeal. Additionally, help Hamilton County families by donating feminine products (tampons, pads), lotion, hair conditioner.  These are considered “luxury items” and not provided for with food buying programs.


Fellowship Hour Hosts Requested: Fellowship hour is between services, starting at 10 and ending around 10:45. It involves keeping coffee, tea, juice and snacks filled and making everyone feel welcome. The sign-up sheet is in Fellowship Hall, you can contact the church office, or sign up online: signupgenius.com/go/5080a4daea62aa4ff2-stpeters


Women’s Retreat: Friday, February 8 at 6p.m. to Saturday, February 9 at noon at Camp Jameson.  Our theme is “Seek, Create, and Witness the Good”.  Sign up in Fellowship Hall. The fee is $40.  More information is available in the January Epistle online.  Questions?  Contact Chrissy Searcy at mommy_of_sabrina@yahoo.com


Chili Cook-off and Intergenerational Game Day: Join the Education Team and St. Peter’s Youth Group on Sunday February 17 for an afternoon of delicious chili and games! Bring your favorite (and best) version of chili and favorite game, if you’d like. We’ll eat and judge chili and play games from 12:30-2:00. Games and at least two types of chili will be provided, including vegan friendly!


The Butler University Center for Faith and Vocation would like to invite you to the remaining two free and public lectures that are part of the Butler Seminar on Religion and Global Affairs:

Global Religious Perspectives on Climate Change

Monday, January 28, 2019 - 7:00 pm in the Schrott Center for the Arts

Greening Indiana: Theologies and Ethics of Sustainability

Monday, March 4, 2019 - 7:00 pm in the Schrott Center for the Arts

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Daniel Meyers, the Director of Butler’s Center for Faith and Vocation, at dgmeyers@butler.edu.