Regular Worship Times

Fall Sunday Worship begins Aug 27
8:30 a.m. - Communion Service
10:45 a.m. - Communion Service
Education Hour at 9:40 a.m. beginning Sept 10

Church Office Hours
Monday through Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 

Address and Contact

Saint Peter Lutheran Church
9300 E Belleview Ave.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

phone: 303.770.9300
fax: 303.770.9301

From I-225: Take exit 2B for Yosemite. Turn left at Yosemite, then turn left at Belleview.

From I-25: Take exit 199 for Belleview, then turn right at Belleview.

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Grounded, Gracious and Generous

Saint Peter Lutheran Church is participating in a new program, Stewardship for All
Seasons, which has been made available to us by the Rocky Mountain Synod. It is one example of what it means to be Christ’s Church, Better Together. This initiative will guide us as we look to expand our understanding and participation in money matters for the ministries and spiritual growth of our congregation. This message comes to you from our Stewardship for All Seasons Team.


October 22, 2017 we will focus on Generous: Serving Our Neighbor

“The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray” is a quote from a Robert Burns poem. Burns was once a farmer and the poem tells of the late autumn when he was plowing his field and destroyed the “mousie’s” home, in a season when there was no time or materials to rebuild the nest for winter. Just like that mouse, people can find themselves in difficult times, when planning or resources are insufficient, and the results are dire!

Greenwood Village is not immune from these struggles. People are living in their cars or RVs. Many of our neighbors are living paycheck to paycheck. Just one unexpected event, a job loss in a two income family, a woman fleeing an abusive relationship, poor health, or natural disaster, can send an individual or family into a financial tailspin. Many join the ranks of the homeless in this way.

Saint Peter Lutheran Church cooperates with other churches in our neighborhood in the support of the Village Resource Center. This Greenwood Village center provides financial assistance and life counseling to those who are in need. Increasing our support of this vital ministry could make a significant impact on people’s lives! Imagine: just $110 could help a family find housing for the night, allowing them get back on their feet again.

Our plan is to increase our congregation’s support for the Village Resource Center, to assist the growing number of poor and working poor living in our community. By increasing our support, we hope to help 45 additional families in 2018. Join us in response to Christ’s appeal, “just as you did to the least of these my brethren, you did for me.” [Matthew 25: 40]