Tomorrow, 1/25, is the 4th Wednesday of the month. That means the Prayer Chapel at St. Peter will be open for noon prayer from 12:15-12:45.
If you can, come and join us as we pray for our faith family at St. Peter, our community, nation and world. We can pray for other prayer concerns, too.
The entrance to the Chapel is located between the two sets of glass doors at the main entry to the building, and Janet will be there at noon to open it.
When it is necessary to cancel services due to weather this information will
be posted on our St. Peter website: http://www.stpetersheboygan.com as early as
possible after the decision is made by Pastor Kristin and the Executive
Team. The information will also be communicated in a mass e-mail, when
possible, to members we have email addresses for, and through local TV
and radio stations such as WTMJ-4, WHBL, and WISN.
On the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, Janet’s office hours will change, due to the new Prayer Group.
Janet will now be in the office from 12:00-5:00 on those days. Her other office hours remain the same:
Tues: 1:00-4:00, 1st and 3rd Wed: 3:00-6:00, Thurs: 3:30-5:30. You can also contact Janet to set up a time to meet on T-Th.
email@example.com or 414 339-2718
They say prayer changes things.
Soon, on January 11th, we will begin having a drop-in noon prayer group that meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays from 12:15-12:45. Janet Blank will be in the St. Peter Prayer Chapel beginning at noon on those days to welcome anyone who wants to stop in during their lunch time. (The Prayer Chapel door is between the two sets of front doors, on the left as you come into the building.)
Those who gather will have the opportunity to pray about many things: our church, our communities, the needs of those around us. It will also be a time of thanking God for all the goodness we receive from God every day.
If you are curious or interested in checking things out, don’t worry! You will not be put on the spot. But you will have a chance to quiet your heart before God and be part of something that is as old as humanity.
Come and see. Come and pray. Come and listen. Come when you can.
Come see what changes with prayer.