St. Peter Lutheran Church
2929 F.M 972 (at F.M. 1105)
Walburg, Texas 78626

Office: (512) 863-5600
Worship Services - each Sunday 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion - 1st & 3rd Sundays

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Last Updated:
February 24, 2023

St. Peter Lutheran Church at Walburg, Texas
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Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ Texas District

LADIES AID - Next Meeting: Tuesday,  March 7, 2023 at 11:00 a.m.

Please join us on Tuesday, March 7 at 11:00 a.m. Then stay for Golden Oldies pot luck at noon.

At the February meeting Sandra H opened our meeting with chocolate candy, Valentine cards to sign for our shut-ins, and a devotion on Valentine's Day and St. Valentine, who was a Third Century Roman saint and clergy man in the Roman Empire and administered to persecuted Christians.  His relics can be found in Rome and other places.  The Lutheran church considers this a holiday, but not an official one.  Irene S will have the devotion at our March meeting.

Secretary Sandra H read the minutes which were then approved as read and corrected. In Debbi’s absence, Kathy B reported our financial status. Thank you to Kevin M who completed an audit of our finances and reported the books checked and balanced. Correspondence secretary Kathy B provided the prior month recipients of sympathy, birthday, anniversary, thinking of you and get-well cards.

The quilters are beginning a new year making quilts for Lutheran World Relief and have completed 15+ quilts thus far. We are still working on pillowcases for Dell Children’s Hospital. We have a machine pieced, hand-quilted quilt ready for silent auction at the February 20 Soup Supper.  We also will offer desserts for the evening, and a Country Store with jewelry, plants, crocheted items, Rada knives, canned items, baked and non-baked items, and other goodies for purchase.  We appreciate your support.  You make it possible for Ladies Aid to quilt and send quilts to Lutheran World Relief, and for our benevolence gifts which we give to various organizations and individuals.  Thank you for your support.

Our February benevolence is for Imagine a Way.  Stephanie H won the door prize. We sang Happy Birthday to Kathy B, Sandra H and Hannah D. We closed the meeting with the Lord’s Prayer.

Hope to see you at our next meeting.


Congratulations to Gary & Marie C for making the highest bid on the Carpenter Star Quilt at the Soup Supper silent auction. Ladies Aid thanks you for your support, along with all who took part in the event. Your support is apprecitated.

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Reminder - St. Peter now accepts electronic checks

Many people pay their bills on-line, and would prefer the convenience of electronic banking instead of donating at the collection plate.  For more details about the process, go to the St. Peter website at:

GATHERING & STUDY Opportunities

St. Peter weekly study opportunities.

SUNDAY MORNINGS, beginning at 9:00 AM: Debbie leads a weekly Adult Bible Study in the education building. All members and visitors are invited to join.

Sunday Worship Services - 10:15 AM

St. Peter Lutheran Church has resumed in-person worship services and adult Bible classes. Everybody is welcome to join us, but we urge anybody who is not feeling well to stay home. The planned service schedules can be found on the SERVICES page on this website. We hope to see you soon!

                                                 Church Office Hours

 Church Office Hours:                     Tuesday        9am - 1pm

                                                          Wednesday  9am - 1pm

                                                          Thursday       9am - 1pm

Golden Oldies’ Lunch - Meets at Noon on 1st Tuesday each Month
Next Meeting on Tuesday,  March 7, 2023 at Noon

The Golden Oldies meet on the first Tuesday of each month, at Noon. Fellowship will
start with a noon potluck meal, followed by dominoes. Invite a friend and join in the fun,
food and fellowship.                                                                        –
Fellowship Committee

  St. Peter Quilters meet on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Join the St. Peter Quilters. Bring a lunch. Masks are allowed but not required.

They meet on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Except for holidays)

Next Council Meeting will be Tuesday, March 14, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.

February 14, 2023 COUNCIL MEETING NEWS…

The meeting opened with a devotion, prayer, and prayer concerns. Treasurer Stephanie H reported net income for January was <$2,215.86>. Benevolences paid in January included LCMC and Georgetown Meals on Wheels.

Pastor Phillip reported the Fellowship Committee is considering an overnight bbq fellowship with the Anglican Church. Outreach Committee is planning a Kindness Outreach, and will pass out water bottles with St. Peter stickers showing our logo and address on March 5 at the Chase the Chief @ 1:45 p.m. and Fun Run  @ 1:15 p.m.  YouTube and Facebook are active.  Council discussed advertising.    

Pastor Phillip Daniels reported Faith Formation is going well and almost done with Revelation class, but may need to go an extra week.  February 26 New Members class will start and finish before Easter.

Doris C reported the Worship Committee discussed palms for Palm Sunday and a breakfast after the Easter Sunrise service. Easter Sunrise service is @ 7:00 a.m.  Ashes for Ash Wednesday have been obtained. Ash Wednesday evening service is February 22.  It will be recorded and put online.

Property Committee has cleaned up limbs around the Church and parsonage. The committee will also check with electric company regarding branches in electric lines.  Elite Tree Service will be contacted to trim some of the branches.

Council is reviewing the Mission Statement and alignment of the constitution and bylaws.  Council voted to close out and reopen our General Fund CD and Scholarship CD with Cadence Bank at 4%.  Stephanie Hambrick reported the bank will waive the $32 penalty.  Council also approved the 2023 Benevolence recipients.  First letters to inactive members will be sent by March 1.  The March meeting time has been changed to 6:30 p.m.  

Worship Committee – Meets Tues. Feb. 14, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

The worship committee met on Tuesday, February 14 to start planning for the Lenten Season. Hymns were picked thru March 29. Ash Wednesday is February 22nd and we will start our Lenten Services at 7:00 PM.  Please make plans to attend our Lenten Services in the evening.  Video for Lenten service will be placed on YouTube or if you need transportation to the services please contact Pastor Phil.

1) A flower chart has been posted outside Sharon’s office. We welcome you to volunteer flowers for special occasions.

2) We still need backup operators for the technical equipment that is necessary for all services - sound system and slide projection. Please contact Bonnie W, Doris C, Mary B or Kathy B to volunteer.

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, March 14th at 5:00 PM, if you would like to participating in planning the services for St Peter please join us.  

   Fellowship News for March 2023

Summer Vacation Bible School Plans: We will have our initial meeting to plan for VBS on Wednesday, March 8th at 10:00 am in the education building. We will discuss curriculum and dates, so bring your calendars. If you are interested in taking part in this event please contact Elaine or just show up at the meeting. Everyone will be welcomed with open arms.

LADIES'S DOMINO'S will meet on Tuesday, March 21st starting at 1:00 pm. Snacks will be provided. All ladies are welcome to join in the fun.  Hostesses are Sandra H and Kathy B.

7th Annual Free Soup Supper: Approximately 10 years ago Dale S and Carolynn M had and ideal for a Free Soup Supper. There were seven different types of soup and 30 people attended. Fast forward to 2023 and I asked for 12 different types of soup and received 23 and we severed 80 – 90 people. It was great seeing the community come out and support us. We saw people we had not seen in a while, new faces and young faces. THANK YOU FOR EVERYONE’S SUPPORT AND HARD WORK. THE GOOD LORD TRULY BLESSED US.