Come on out for our Church History Movie Nights series

Join us for Sunday evening church history movie nights!  To help us celebrate church history in conjunction with the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this fall, we are offering a series of movie nights at St. Peter’s UCC in Kiel.  Each movie features a figure or events from our church history, and each event will include refreshments.  The movie schedule is as follows:
Sunday, October 1
Sunday, October 29
Sunday, November 5

So why not come on out on these three Sunday evenings and enjoy some refreshments and a good flick.  All are welcome!


We are LOVEGod's love. The love of Jesus Christ. The love of the Holy Spirit in our midst.
We aim to project God's loving kingdom to each other in our faith community.
But, we are also CHALLENGED by Christ to extend that love to all.
We are challenged to serve all!

We invite you to become part of the unique and welcoming experience
that is the faith community known as St. Peter's United Church of Christ.

Come to love and be loved. Come to serve.

The Rays of Hope Center

The Rays of Hope Center (ROHC) was officially "christened" in April of 2006 as the newest addition to St. Peter's United Church of Christ ministries. The one-time gas station and video store was purchased by St. Peter's in late 2005 after selling the church's parsonage. In it's naming, St. Peter's members honored their beloved, tenured pastor of 14 years, Ray Coombs. Rev. Coombs ministered faithfully, seeing to it that St. Peter's UCC be the "community's church." Under the care of St. Peter's Consistory and members, the ROHC seeks to sustain that community faithfulness by providing the community space as needed.

Currently the Rays of Hope Center houses the Kiel Area Food Pantry, with room left over for classes, meetings, support groups, and community events.