Our Worship Life

Worship is the heartbeat that strengthens our life together as a community. In worship, we gather as the body of Christ and learn about God’s welcome and love of all people. We share the stories that have nurtured and shaped the faith of generations. God is made present to us through scripture and Holy Communion. The Holy Spirit works in our hearts to build faith and sends us out into our everyday lives to love and serve our neighbors.
 
Children are an important part of our worship experience. Our congregation is filled with families of all ages, and children are active participants in offering praise and glory to God.

Live Stream Worship

Sundays at 10 AM

CLICK HERE FOR LIVE STREAM SERVICE.

WATCH ALONG WITH OTHERS AT 10AM ON SUNDAYS OR COME BACK LATER TO WATCH AT YOUR CONVENIENCE.

Our worship is broadcast live on Facebook. You do not need to have a Facebook account to watch this worship (although Facebook will encourage you to set one up!) These are also archived there, should you want to view it at a later time.

Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/St-Peter-Lutheran-Church-184489998266310.

BULLETIN LINK to follow along with the service:
 
Sermons are no longer recorded separately.  The entire recorded service can be viewed from the Facebook Live link, found at the bottom page of the website.
 
Previous sermons can also be accessed by clicking on the YouTube icon (found on the bottom of the website page) or from St. Peter’s YouTube link.
 

In-person Worship Guidelines:
Update June 2, 2021:  Governor DeWine is lifting the health restrictions on June 2.  Council was in agreement to follow this timeline.  The first Sunday in June, masks will be optional, children will receive a blessing during communion, and we will resume use of our attendance pads.
In-person Worship Guidelines“> 
    We know there are many not yet ready to return at this time. Online viewing is available via Live-stream on Facebook LIVE or from our website. Sermons are also posted on our website.
  • If you do not feel well, please stay home.
  • Masks – MASKS ARE REQUIRED. One will be provided if needed.
  • Restrooms will not be sanitized between users. Limited to one person or one adult & one child at a time. Sanitizing wipes will be available.
  • Safety signs will be posted (6-foot distance, wash hands or use hand sanitizer).
  • Extra sanitizing of doorknobs, light switches, handrails will be done by our custodian.
  • Use the front and east doors. The northwest door will be locked.
  • Offering plates will be at entrances.
  • Bulletins and Weekly announcements available at entrances.
  • Maintain six-foot distancing between family units. (Both in pews and before and after worship)
  • We are bringing back our “normal” liturgy service. Meaning, we will sing the responses and sing the hymn of the day and the benediction.
  • No pew pads. Attendance list will be compiled by an usher for contact tracing.
  • Children’s Moment – On the 3rd Sunday.  Children remain seated with family until this time.
  • No sharing of the peace.
  • Nursery has resumed.
  • Junior Church has resumed. Class meets every week, except for the 3rd
  • Communion is prepared in single servings, wine pre-filled, coming forward one at a time.

Please know adjustments will be made as needed.

 

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