St. Peter’s UCC Going Only to Virtual Services

It is with heartfelt deliberation at the consistory meeting held on October 13, 2020 with unanimous vote to continue only virtual worship service starting October 18, 2020. Statistics to date  show that for our local counties: Sheboygan County had 2,982 confirmed cases with 20 deaths, Calumet County had 2,051 confirmed cases with 10 deaths and Manitowoc County had 2,041 cases with 5 deaths. As of October 13, 2020 the daily number of newly reported COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin was 3,270 the highest Wisconsin count ever. There were also 34 new deaths in a single record day.  As a congregation we want everyone to feel safe.

Please pass this information onto members.  The church entry doors will also post this notice.  We are sorry that we are only doing virtual worship service at this time however we are very concerned that our church family is in high danger. The Sunday virtual worship services will continue at least through November 8, 2020.  At the next consistory meeting scheduled for November 10, 2020 it will be decided if virtual worship services are still our best option for members or if we can open our doors again for in house church worship services.

If there are any pastoral needs please contact the office at 894-2404 for information.  Or feel free to call Barb Olm at 894-2357 for assistance.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this very difficult pandemic time.

Barb Olm, Consistory President

Sunday School will hold virtual lessons

St. Peter's United Church of Christ will offer virtual lessons each week on its YouTube Channel. They will premiere at 8:15 Sunday mornings - our normal Sunday School time.
Here is the lesson for 9-20.

If you have any questions about the fall start for Sunday School, please contact Lay Pastor Mike Mathes at 920-286-1312.

We are also looking for teachers and families that want to have fun in preparing our weekly lessons!
Call Mike or email to offer your talents.
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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.