Pastor Donald W. Glanzer
Vicar Tyler Hoey
WORSHIP SERVICES
10:00 a.m.
On Zoom video conference
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No Saturday services 
until further notice

No Wednesday Faith Night
until further notice

St. Peter's Cemetery
This "Findagrave" Web site contains listings of the persons buried in our cemetery. There are also  images of the tombstones.
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SUNDAY'S CHURCH SERVICE CHANGE

After the last few days of intense heat and humidity, it is evident that trying to have an outdoor service would not be in the best interest of you, our congregation, since the forecast is going to be more of the same.   So, the decision has been made to move the service indoors.   

ALSO, Remember the students will be giving their Faith Statements / what they have learned this year. 

 

Don Glanzer is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: faith statement night
Time: Jul 10, 2020 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 899 1426 4592
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We do intend to still move forward with our plans to confirm Thomas Albers and Summer Haag on July 12, 2020.Unfortunately, the guidelines for indoor gatherings is limited to 50 people.   

 

These two young people and their guests, along with those presiding over the service, will be the ONLY ones allowed in the sanctuary on July 12, 2020 at 10:00.   The rest will be able to watch the service on Zoom (use the link that you are using for Sunday worship). 

 

It is with great disappointment that we are not able to open the church for more, and after this decision came to being it is evident that the need for more than one service per week would be conducted.   

 

We are going to need to figure some things out and try to get the word out for the following Sunday.    So be prepared for another email and also to check Facebook and the website for updates.   It may become necessary to pick your worship hour.   Again, without much detail, because things are not certain.   

 

It is indeed MY desire to once again open for worship.   There will be precautionary steps taken to have us back in the sanctuary.   I hope the steps do not deter you from coming back.   

 

Vicky Baumgarten 

Council President

 

SUNDAY SERVICES

 

Option 1: Join Zoom Meeting

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Option 2: Conference Call (Audio Only)

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Meeting ID: 994 6273 1341


Bible Study
Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.

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Option 2: Conference Call (Audio Only)
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Meeting ID: 760 910 640

The Trusses have arrived. Waiting for 
pre-cast cement main floor platform -  May 12
Work progress as of May 7, 2020
Work progress as of April 22, 2020
The Church Council of St. Peter's, Loganville, has decided that as of March 15, 2020, all church services and activities will be canceled until further notice, due to the coronavirus epidemic. Check our Web page and Facebook page for updates.
Do please pass along to all folks with whom you come in contact that Vicar Tyler and myself are able to come out anytime to provide in-home communion and/or an abbreviated worship service, including scripture readings.
thank you
    Pastor Don

The work begins on our new entry addition. April 13, 2020
The youth that are going to the Youth Gathering being held Minnesota in 2021 are pulling fence for Karen Judd as a project which earns a donation to their funds.

Play-Doh Collected by Confirmation Class
    Each year the Confirmation Class has to do a community service. This year they collected Play-Doh for Life 102.5 Radio Station’s Play-Doh drive.
Life 102.5 Radio Station asked the American Family Children’s Hospital what they most needed. It was a simple question with an unexpected answer: they needed Play-Doh.
    For kids who are convalescing in the hospital, Play-Doh is a distraction, a comfort, and a creative outlet. Unfortunately, once a child handles Play-Doh, it can’t be shared for fear of spreading disease. Therefore, the need is great.
    Over 1,000 containers of Play-Doh were donated to the Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonald Houses in the region.
Children's Christmas Eve Program
Babies born during the past year, receive a Bible
Second Graders receive a Bible
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The images below are an artist's conception of how the new addition to the front of the church will look once the project is completed. 
Arold built this cross from the old clock tower louvers
Dawn Webber honored for 32 years as Choir Director at St. Peters

Remember When - Images from 1965 & 1968
A gift from Pastor  & Mrs. Gerald Kort


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