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I feel blessed to be part of the congregation at St. Peter’s which has such a talented and inspiring preacher as Dr. Rich Wolf. Rev Amanda McEvilly is also so real and inspiring. Dr Wolf shared the hope of the resurrection message of Luke this morning in his sermon in this web worship service that inspires us all to be witnesses of Jesus and to share the love of God. Watching the web worship at St. Peter’s gives me peace and hope. It restores my soul. I feel blessed. It is comforting to be able to watch the message being shared no matter where I am. Thank you St. Peter’s and thank you Dr. Wolf and Rev. McEvilly. God bless us all! Peace! Aloha! Shalom! As-Salam-u-Alaikum!

~John Lothian
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God bless you! Here is the link for the St. Peter’s Sunday Web Worship service for April 18. Dr. Wolf will share the sermon, “I Think This Might Be Your Pickle.” We will hear the story of the risen Christ appearing to his disciples in Luke 24:36b - 48. Pastor Amanda will offer the Word for All Ages. Our lay liturgist is Deacon’s Board member Greg Felten.

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God bless you! Here is the link for the St. Peter’s Sunday Web Worship service for April 18. Dr. Wolf will share the sermon, “I Think This Might Be Your Pickle.”  We will hear the story of the risen Christ appearing to his disciples in Luke 24:36b - 48. Pastor Amanda will offer the Word for All Ages. Our lay liturgist is Deacon’s Board member Greg Felten.

https://youtu.be/_dFaoZj3Ekg
St. Peter's member Kat Lothian was interviewed on the Boy Scouts of America's Facebook live broadcast today from the Bechtel Summit Reserve in West Virginia. This is one of BSA's high adventure bases. She is on the staff there and has been each summer since 2018.

The Summit is looking for more staffers. They have needs across the program. It is a great way to spend a memorable summer in the mountains of West Virginia. and the sunsets are terrific, Kat said.
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Hi St. Peter's! The Weekly Word email is out! This week's email contains a devotion from Pastor Amanda, notes from the Social Justice Team, a message from United Community Concerns Association, and prayer concerns. Make sure to check your emails for all of the details! Have a great rest of your week! ... See MoreSee Less
Hi St. Peters! The Weekly Word email is out! This weeks email contains a devotion from Pastor Amanda, notes from the Social Justice Team, a message from United Community Concerns Association, and prayer concerns. Make sure to check your emails for all of the details! Have a great rest of your week!
The St. Peter’s website is getting a new server on the evening of 4/18 to early morning 4/19. Be advised it may not be available during this time.

If you are looking to the web worship service, it is on the St. Peter’s YouTube channel. Consider subscribing to it.

~ John J. Lothian
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St. Peter’s UCC – Elmhurst, IL – Web Worship – April 18, 2021

St. Peter’s UCC – Elmhurst, IL – Web Worship – April 18, 2021

God bless you! Join us for this April 18, 2021 St. Peter’s Sunday Web Worship service. Dr. Wolf will share the sermon, “I Think This Might Be Your Pickle.” We will hear the story of the risen Christ appearing to his disciples in Luke 24:36b – 48. Pastor Amanda will offer the Word for All Ages. Our lay liturgist is Deacon’s Board member Greg Felten.

Welcome Back St. Peter’s!

Welcome Back St. Peter’s!

Join us for in-person worship this Sunday, April 11, beginning at 9:30 a.m. After a year apart, we are excited to begin the reopening of St. Peter's. If you wish to worship with us in person, please email the church at office@stpeterselmhurst.org to make a reservation...

St. Peter’s UCC – Elmhurst, IL – Holy Week 2021 Web Worship

St. Peter’s UCC – Elmhurst, IL – Holy Week 2021 Web Worship

God bless you! Join us for this St. Peter’s Holy Week 2021 Web Worship. This service combines elements of both Maundy Thursday and Good Friday liturgies. Dr. Wolf and Rev. McEvilly will read the entire passion of Christ narrative from the Gospel of Matthew. We will share the sacrament of Holy Communion to commemorate the Last Supper, so please have a piece of bread or cracker nearby and some wine or grape juice in order to participate.

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