St. Peter Lutheran Church
2929 F.M 972 (at F.M. 1105)
Walburg, Texas 78626
Office: (512) 863-
Worship Services -
Holy Communion -
Oct. 30, 2019
St. Peter Lutheran Church at Walburg, Texas
Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ Texas District
Join us at our November 5 meeting @ 11:00 a.m. and then stay for Golden Oldies pot luck, devotions & dominoes. Barb G will lead the devotions.
News & Event Details from Around the Congregation
Help us plan 2020 events at our Nov. 12 meeting. Please join us. Bring your calendar.
Upcoming Events and Dates:
Next Council Meeting on November 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm.
Long Range Planning Committee is forming for the long range property plans. Join if you have opinions or interest in planning what the future may hold or our church land holdings, parking lots and buildings.
Columbarium Committee: The church council also voted to re-
Annual Meeting Highlights: The annual congregation meeting was held on Sunday, 10/13/2019.
The Golden Oldies will meet on Tuesday, November 5, at noon for a potluck lunch and games. Please join us for lunch, fellowship and games. Invite a friend and join in the fun, food and fellowship.
While we hope you will join us for worship and Bible studies, Pastor Philip and Amy have recorded and posted numerous sermons and Bible studies to either Facebook or YouTube. Search for “St. Peter Lutheran Church Walburg, TX”.
To make these videos easier to find, links to recent documents are periodically added to this website at the following link: http://stpeterwalburg.org/recordings.html
Many people pay their bills on-
Women’s Bible Study -
This Bible study will last 6 weeks, and the book is around $10. There is no video with this series and no lecture -
Most of us have experienced the "laundry list" phase of spiritual life, in which praying means giving God an agenda of needs to handle. How do we move to having real conversation with God? How do we hear what God is saying back to us? How can we make our experience of God being with us part of everyday life? This [Bible study] covers the disciplines of prayer and of practicing God's presence. Going deeper in those areas help us to draw closer to God in everything we do. In the words of Shirley E: Join us for fun, fellowship, and food from God's Word.
Pastor’s Book Study: Begins 10/17 at 6:00 p.m. – on C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity
Starting at 6:00 p.m. On Thursday, 10/17, we will begin a lengthy book study series on C.S. Lewis’ classic: Mere Christianity. This wonderful book helps the Christian understand basic Christian belief. Please purchase your own books. They are generally available at Half Price Books or online at Christainbook.com & Amazon.com. Please join us for this study.
Our next meeting will be Tuesday, November 12 at 5:15 PM, if you wish to help make plans for
the St. Peter worship services please plan to attend.
Worship Committee met on Tuesday, October 10th. Plans have been made for All Saints Sunday which will be Sunday, November 3rd. We will be remembering the following members who has passed to their Heavenly reward this past year:
Charles Raymond Clark
Thanksgiving Services will be held on Wednesday, November 27th at 7:00 PM with Holy Communion. Please make plans to attend.
We will decorate for Christmas on Saturday, Dec. 7th starting at 9 AM. Mark this on your calendar because we need a lot of help to prepare St. Peter for the celebration of Christ’s Birthday!
Hymns were picked through Wednesday, November 27th.
Dear Friends & Family of St. Peter and the Community,
We want to extend a sincere thank you to all of you that have shown your care and concern to us in so many ways. Your acts of kindness with cards, gifts, food, visits, phone calls and prayers are deeply appreciated. Many of you have consistently continued to show your concern by simply giving a hug, a handshake or a kind word. Each of these things mean so much to us and makes all the health problems and worries easier to bear.
The road has been long, and we still have many challenges to face, hurdles to jump and obstacles to overcome, but we have faith. We ask all of you to continue to remember both of us, our families and the medical staff that is caring for Bill in your thoughts and prayers. We serve an awesome and loving God and we believe that, with Him, all things are possible.
With our sincerest gratitude and thanks, we ask Gods blessings on each of you,
Bill and Dale S