Christian Outreach

Christian Outreach

During the 1940s, the women organized kits of toiletries and inspirational publications for servicemen and sent Christmas and Easter greetings to the men of the church serving overseas. Young men stationed at Chanute Air Force Base were invited to attend church...
Men’s Work

Men’s Work

On Sunday, December 3, 1922, thirty-five men of St. Peter’s Church voted to organize as the Evangelical  Brotherhood.  The purpose of this group was to unite men in Christian fellowship to serve one another, the congregation, and the community at large.  This was to...
In Christian Service

In Christian Service

The history of a church would be incomplete without mention of the Ladies Aid Society.  If we were to seek out some of our most active and willing members, they would be found among the women.  We all know that without the energetic activity of the Ladies Aid Society...

April 2015 Connections

Connections In this issue: God’s Covenants A Grateful Remembrance Mid-Year Annual Meeting Spring Clean-up Day Consistory Highlights God’s Covenants Part II of V by Rev. Dr. Jennifer Little If there is a practice that is not consistent with the Constitution...
Immigration

Immigration

As we begin our celebration of the 150th anniversary of St. Peter’s United Church of Christ we are fortunate to benefit from research compiled separately by Edwin C. Friedrich and Wayne Fabert in the 1990s. Mr. Friedrich is the great grandson of Johann and Johanna...

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