We carry God’s love out into our community.
The love that Jesus has for us, he also has for others, and so we want to bring that love to others. Because of this, St. Peter’s provides a variety of services and holds a variety of events to serve our community. And we are exploring further opportunities for service as well.
Our Current Initiatives
Food Drive for the Monticello Help Center
Through April 9th, we are collecting food and money for the Monticello Help Center’s March Campaign to fight hunger.
Easter for Families (April 1)
Come celebrate Easter a little early with a morning of family fun. Easter for Families will be Saturday, April 1, 10-11:30 am. It will feature skits, crafts, snacks, and an egg hunt. Parents and grandparents will enjoy participating in these activities with their children. This event is free, but please register ahead of time here.
Easter Breakfast (April 9)
Come enjoy a pancake and sausage breakfast at 8am on Easter Sunday, before our 9am Easter worship service. No charge to attend, but a freewill donation will be collected.
Life Line Screenings (May 19)
Life Line Screening, the nation’s leading provider of preventive health screenings, offers affordable, non-invasive and painless health screenings at our facilities to identify risk for stroke, heart disease and other chronic conditions. Register by calling toll free 1-844-591-7160, text the word “circle” to 216-279-1607 or online at https://llsa.social/HC
St. Peter’s has adopted eastern portion of Broadway St., and holds two highway clean-ups a year.
Family Art Classes
Weekly classes where parents/grandparents can learn new techniques and create new art. More information about this summer’s classes coming soon.
National Night Out
National Night Out is an opportunity to bring the community together for a cookout, with emergency responders as our special guests for the night. National Night Out is always the first Tuesday in August.
The American Red Cross conducts community blood drives at St. Peter’s twice a year. Every blood donation could save potentially up to three lives.
Board Game Thursdays
Weekly game days to bring kids together and give them something fun to do throughout the cold winter season.