Within St. Peter’s
Caring for Church Members and Friends
- Altar Flowers
- Building & Grounds
- College Care Packages
- Greeting Cards
- Paper Recycling
- Special Meals
- Sunday Morning Serving
Altar Flowers Donations Would you like to honor a friend of family member? You can sign up with Theresa in the office to have floral arrangements made for Sunday worship services. We ask for a $50 donation when signing up for flowers. Plenty of spaces remain, so contact the office today.
Building & Grounds Fall and Spring clean-up and snow removal are wonderful ways to serve the congregation. Twice a year, we get together for grounds cleanup and maintenance. And from time to time, we have projects for sprucing up the inside of the church. If this type of service sounds good to you, email the Building and Grounds Team and let them know you might be willing to help out in the future.
College Care Packages We like to let our college students know we’re still thinking about them! Near finals time at the end of each semester, people from St. Peter’s put together care packages of goodies for the 15-20 college students we have around the country. If you’d like to contribute, please collect shoe boxes and non-perishable food items throughout the year. You can also help by baking cookies and assembling boxes. Please contact the Hospitality Team if you’d like to help.
Greeting Cards If you’d to be on a list of folks who send cards to churchgoers who are facing health challenges or unable to attend church as they’d like, please contact Administrative Assistant Theresa Weaver.
Paper Recycling You can make a difference by bringing your paper to the green and yellow Abitibi Paper Retrieval receptacle in our parking lot. Recycling paper not only helps the environment, but it also raises money for St. Peter’s. Please note that phone books, tissue, cardboard and trash can’t be put in the Abitibi receptacle.
Special Meals Let’s face it: There are those who can really cook out there. If you like to feed people, consider volunteering for events that need food as the needs come up. This includes confirmation class dinners, funeral meals, new-baby meals, congregational lunches and more.
Sunday Morning Serving Sunday morning services are made possible with help from the congregation. Here are the ways you can get involved. For a complete description of serving positions, check out "Sunday Morning Serving Information" on the Forms Page.
- Communion Preparation
- Fellowship Host
- Nursery Help
Teaching Do you like working with children? Have a topic you’d like to explore with adults? We offer classes for kids in preschool, elementary school, middle school and high school. We also have adult education classes every Sunday, and on various days throughout the week. If you’re interested in this service opportunity, please contact the Education Team.