Fun Activities

pastor janet's installation
Sunday school meets regularly each Sunday. Several years ago the Sunday school raised  funds to divide the fellowship hall into smaller social room and add three classrooms.

The Sausage Supper is a fund-raiser held in the fall. The sausage project was used to pay off the mortgage of the new (1964) church building. Today, the profits help with God’s Storehouse food & expenses.

In the beginning the hogs were donated by the farmers and butchered at the members’ homes.  Now the sausage is purchased. This is an all church effort. With sausage, potatoes, beans, apple sauce, sauerkraut, relish, bread, pies and drinks served.

May Crossword Puzzle


St. Peters has had a booth at the West Side Nut Club Fall Festival for several years, selling Ham & beans, Jumbo Tenderloins, Catfish Sandwiches, Chicken & Dumplings, Chicken Nuggets & Drinks.
The church is governed by the Church Council, along with the Pastor. The council has members that serve for three years. St. Peters was organized to provide a place of worship for God’s people. Today God’s people still worship regularly at St. Peters.
The women’s Guild was called Ladies Aid. They meet in the homes of members. The purpose was the same as now, “To undergird the work of the Church”.  The Women’s Guild has survived the years and continues to be active. Its purpose is to do the work of the church. It has helped deepen the faith, to share mission and to challenge all to learn. The women quilt during the winter months. They maintain the church library. The Guild began a tradition that still continues today. The tradition is one of placing a rose on the altar at Sunday Worship in honor of newborn babies in the church family.