There will be an informational meeting after worship on March 4th and 5th for anyone who would like to know about the final stages of construction in the new building.
St. Peter’s Bricks are still available for a suggested donation of $200. Every brick gets us closer to completing the new building! Please contact Keith Stone or the church office for more information.
There will be NO THANKFUL THURSDAY on March 2nd. Thankful Thursdays will resume on March 9th. During Lent we will have soup, salad, and sandwiches and participate in the thought provoking dvd/ discussion series “Activate: Practices” by Spark House.
Ash Wednesday services will be at 12pm and 7:30pm on March 1st.
Pastor Paul will hold a short training session for all senior choir members and Sunday morning assistant ministers after worship on Sunday, February 26th in the sanctuary. At this session we will learn a new way to read the Psalms.
Thankful Thursday on February 23rd will NOT be at church. We will have dinner at Carlos O’Kelly’s in Stafford. Visit any time on Thursday, but be sure to drop your receipt in the bowl and Relay for Life will get a share of the profits.
Our next Micah Meal will be Wednesday, March 15th at Christ Lutheran Church at 1300 Augustine Ave in Fredericksburg from 4 pm until 6:30 pm. Please sign up at the welcome desk or contact Pam Fragoso, Mary Molter, or the church office if you have any questions.
We will once again have a Shrove Tuesday Dinner on February 28th from 6- 7:15 pm. Pancakes, sausage, milk, orange juice, and coffee will be provided. Please sign up at the welcome desk to bring side dishes.
Please join us on for Thankful Thursday potluck dinner on February 16th at 6:30 pm. This week’s theme is Breakfast for Dinner.
Food Pantry is seeking pet food donations for a few Food Pantry clients who request it. This pet food comes from theFredericksburg Regional Food Bank. If anyone in the congregation would like to donate a small or large bag of pet food (Dog & Cat food) please contact Marge Brandel at 540-907-6490. We also have a disabled client who has PTSD and is getting a new puppy to be trained with her aging PTSD therapy dog. If someone would like to purchase a 20lb bag of puppy food it would be most appreciated. We are also asking pet lovers for donations to our church Food Pantry to cover the cost of fleece to be purchased in bulk and then cut in several sizes for bedding for our Food Pantry clients’ pets. When experiencing hardships in life, pets are a source of unconditional love and soothing comfort. Please make checks payable to St. Peter’s, and in the memo please write Food Pantry-Fleece.