Be The Church 2.0: Every Wednesday in January from 6:30-8:00p.m. your Generosity Team and pastors are hosting this opportunity to study the St. Peter’s Mission Statement. This week the topic will be “Sharing God’s Love with Our World”.
MLK Day Service in Carmel - Monday, January 21 at 6:00 p.m. at The Tarkington (at the Palladium). Mark your calendars NOW. Anyone is invited to attend this program of singing, skits, dancing, and speakers. If you would like to sing a variety of music with our group from St. Peter’s, please RSVP to Music Director Cheryl Keckler at firstname.lastname@example.org
REALM: We know you've had good intentions, but it is time to finally get set up on Realm! If you have any questions, please visit us ANY SUNDAY IN JANUARY from 10 am to 10:50 am in Fellowship Hall. Or email Katie Lukes (email@example.com) or Jennifer Atkinson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for help.If you already set up your account, you can find Realm at our new website. Go to Current Members and click Realm. Find the website here:
Kroger Cards - Community members in need call the church for financial assistance when facing difficult circumstances or emergencies. We offer one-per-year $50 Kroger gift cards. Can you offer a financial donation to assist with this ministry? Earmark it for “crisis intervention”.
Carmel UMC Food Pantry Donations - In January we will be accepting donations of cereal and oatmeal. There will be a bin placed outside the Ministry Office under the coat rack for food pantry donations. Please add these items to your shopping list and help Hamilton County families this winter! (In addition, the pantry is always in need of: feminine products (tampons, pads), lotion, hair shampoo, conditioner, tooth paste and tooth brushes. These are considered “luxury items” and not provided for with food buying programs.)
Greetings from the Hospitality Team - In the new year we are looking to fill our fellowship hour sign up roster. Fellowship hour is between services, starting at 10 and ending around 10:45. It involves keeping coffee, tea, juice and snacks filled and making everyone feel welcome. Please consider signing up to host an hour or two throughout the year. The sign-up sheet is on the board in the Fellowship Hall, you can contact the church office, or sign up online: signupgenius.com/go/5080a4daea62aa4ff2-stpeters
Women’s Retreat - “Seek, Create, and Witness The Good” – Feb 8-9, 2019 Does the negativism and conflict in our world today stress you out? Bring you down? Cause despair? We will focus on seeking out, recognizing and creating positive realities in our own lives. Join us Friday, February 8 at 6 PM to Saturday, February 9 at noon at Camp Jameson for an uplifting, fellowship-building opportunity to “Seek, Create, and Witness The Good. All are welcome! Sign up in Fellowship Hall. The cost is $35 (payment can be put in the collection basket with "Women's Retreat" noted). Scholarships are available by contacting one of the pastors. If you have any questions, please contact Kyle Kroehler at email@example.com.
The Butler University Center for Faith and Vocation would like to invite you to the remaining two free and public lectures that are part of the Butler Seminar on Religion and Global Affairs, this year focusing on the theme “Sacred Places: Intersections of Religion and Ecology.” Attached is a brochure of the two upcoming events, including brief bios of keynote speakers and respondents. All of this information can also be found on the website.www.butler.edu/cfv
The basic details are as follows:
Global Religious Perspectives on Climate Change
Monday, January 28, 2019 - 7:00 pm in the Schrott Center for the Arts
Greening Indiana: Theologies and Ethics of Sustainability
Monday, March 4, 2019 - 7:00 pm in the Schrott Center for the Arts
Please take a look at the details at the website above and if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Daniel Meyers, the Director of Butler’s Center for Faith and Vocation, at firstname.lastname@example.org.