Women of St. Peter’s Lutheran

All women members of St. Peter’s are actively involved in our church, in the community, and in the world. St Peter’s Women’s Ministry offers many opportunities. All are welcome at any of these activities. Dates and times are published in the newsletter and in the Sunday bulletin. Please call the church office for more information. Also inform the office if you have concerns or ideas to share. These concerns and ideas will be passed on to the individuals who are able to act on them.

Bible Study: The following Bible study groups meet:

Agape Bible Study meets in member’s home on the fourth Tuesday of the month, September through May, at 1:00pm.

Deborah Bible Study meets in member’s home on the third Thursday of the month, September through May, at 10:00am.

These two groups use the Bible Studies found in Gather Magazine to guide the discussion. Copies of Gather are found in the Narthex and in the magazine racks each month. Subscriptions for Gather Magazine are also available. During the summer months, Agape and Deborah generally meet once a month together.


The Snip-its, meets at 9:00 am on the third Tuesday of the month to make quilts for Lutheran World Relief. These quilts are collected in the spring and then distributed world-wide. No quilting experience needed. On the job training is provided. Contact Judy Martin.

The Prayer Shawl Ministry meets monthly. Participants knit and/or crochet shawls for individuals facing difficult challenges. Prayer Shawls and small quilts are available in the Narthex to be distributed by members as needed. Contact Audrey Gage.

Hands of Grace is an informal ministry. It offers opportunities to cut and tie fleece blankets to distribute to cancer patients at local hospitals. Individuals can also participate by making these blankets at home. Contact person is Kathy Nobles.

Other opportunities for women’s ministry include: The Altar Guild, Gals’ Night In, Book Club, Meals on Wheels cookies, Day School Support, Grief Support Group, Retiree Roundup, and participation in Bereavement Care which includes preparing and serving food for funeral receptions.