All in community service

Community Service as a Core Component of Christian Life (Pt 2)


Connections stand at the heart of why Christians become involved in community service. Meeting physical needs — a meal, a pair of shoes, a warm jacket — can be very important, but even more vital is time spent face-to-face, looking one another in the eye, saying with actions more than with words that we care; that we see them as a child of God; someone with value and dignity.

Joshua Station Community Meal - October 25th


Saint Peter is preparing the meal, serving the meal, and sitting with the families to share the meal. This is an opportunity for members of all ages, families are encouraged to serve together. Everyone is invited to participate in whatever role fits your ability and your schedule.

2018 "God's Work. Our Hands." Recap


Every September (for the last five years), Saint Peter - along with thousands of other ELCA congregations - participate in “God’s Work. Our Hands.” Sunday. This is an opportunity for all of us to share our time and talents with neighbors. Like always, the Saint Peter congregation showed up in full force for this year’s event on September 8th!