St. Peter Lutheran Church
2929 F.M 972 (at F.M. 1105)
Walburg, Texas 78626
Office: (512) 863-
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Holy Communion -
Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ
Mar. 27, 2018
St. Peter Lutheran Church at Walburg, Texas
LADIES AID -
The Ladies Aid meets the first Tuesday of each month at the education building from 11:00 P.M. to 12:00 noon. We encourage all ladies to attend and assist with our mission to the church and community.
GOLDEN OLDIES – Tuesday, April 3 at Noon
The Golden Oldies will meet on Tuesday, February 6 at noon for a potluck, lunch and games. Bring your favorite food items, invite a friend and join us in the fun, food and fellowship.
News & Event Details from Around the Congregation
Women’s Bible Study: Join the Women’s Bible study at noon on Thursdays. Bring a Bible and a friend. (We will have extras of both, if you forget.)
Pastor Philip’s Bible Study : Join Pastor Philip on Thursday evenings at 6:00 pm. We will study the Gospel of John. All are welcome to join this study. [No Bible study on March 29, due to Maundy Thursday Services at 7 p.m.]
Pastor Bryce’s Book Study : Join Pastor Bryce Formwalt (Mission Director for LCMC TX District) at noon on Mondays through March (per schedule) to discuss Greg Finke’s book, Joining Jesus on His Mission. Reading & preparation are required before class.
* March 5 (chapters 7-
* March 12 (chapters 10-
* March 19 (chapters 13-
* March 26 (chapters 17-
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St. Peter Constitution and Bylaws
At the 10/15/2017 Annual Congregation Meeting, members of St. Peter Lutheran approved changes to the Bylaws and on first vote, approved changes to the Constitution. The Constitution changes require a 2nd approval (with no changes) during our October 2018 Annual Meeting. Until then, we will continue to use the 2013 Constitution, but we have 2017 updates to the Bylaws. The updated document is available on the St. Peter website or from the church office.
St. Peter: I would like to thank everyone for your prayers, cards, visits, flowers, gifts and your friendship during my recovery at the hospital, nursing home and now assisted living. It is a wonderful feeling to know that you have so many friends and it helps in the healing process. May God continue to bless each and every one of you for your support. Hope to be back at St Peter soon! – Ethel B.
Gary C: Thank you for getting the roofers back out and for cleaning out the gutters. All your hard work is much appreciated. – Council
Walburg Super Bowl Helpers: A very "BIG THANK YOU" to Carolyn M, Helen N and Robyn M for working the Concession Stand for the Walburg Super Bowl. Also to Linda F, Gladys D and Elaine S for supplying cookies and brownies. It was a lot of wind but a lot of fun working with all of you. All was very much appreciated. – Diane
Easter Morning Activities on April 1, 2018: Easter Day is full of activities. Please join us.
Easter Sunrise Service -
Easter Breakfast -
Easter Worship Celebration -
Easter Luncheon at noon -
Hubert Klepac Benefit Picnic
Noon on Sunday, April 8 at Schwertner Community Center
Hebert Klepac and his family were involved in a horrible car accident on January 21, 20:18. Hubert perished in the crash. This benefit will honor his memory, celebrate his life, and raise money for his wife and four children.
SUNDAY, APRIL 8TH Schwertner Community Center 14775 FM 487 Bartlett.
Serving starts at 11 am until sell-
Live and Silent Auctions. Live Music by the Scooter Dubec Band. Made possible in part by Knight of Columbus.
March 2018 Meeting Notes
The Worship Committee met March 13th, and continued to make plans for Lenten services and Easter. Thank you to everyone who purchased Easter flowers to help make the church festive as we welcome our RISEN LORD! We would like for congregational members to bring cut flowers for the flowering of the cross on Easter morning.
Jerry Birkelbach will head up the breakfast following the Easter sunrise service which will begin at 7:00AM, please make plans to attend either the sunrise service or regular service or both and enjoy some good food and fellowship in between.
Our next meeting will be Tuesday, April 10th at 5 PM, if you would like to join our committee, please come to the meeting.
March 13, 2018 Council Report Summary
Pastor’s Report: The Walburg Super Bowl was a great success and gave our congregation exposure in the community. We are developing a presence in the community and we should pray that God will allow us to expand that presence. Lenten Services are allowing us a chance to explore God’s word from a different angle, as well as attempt a few new things in worship. Pastor Philip encouraged all of us to make out a mission window from Will Mancini’s “God Dreams” resources. This is something everyone should be filling out and we will be discussing it further. The Easter Egg hunt will be held at the modular home park March 24th. Pastor ask that we prayerfully consider how we can get started and move ahead with the Christian discipleship program “Alpha”.
Treasurer’s Report: Total offerings for February were $16,296.12 compared to February, 2017 total of $11,420.02. Total expenses were up $1,246.98 compared to February 2017. The January benevolence paid in February was $386.16 to Cross Trails Ministry; February benevolence included $580.16 paid to LCMC and $870.24 paid to Down Home Ranch. To date, Lenten offerings are $905.00.
Fellowship and Outreach: Easter Egg Hunt is 24th of March; Breakfast will be served between Services on Easter Sunday; Easter lunch is offered after the 10:15 service; Mother/Daughter luncheon is set for May 12th at 10:30 a.m.
Worship Committee: Selected songs. Nothing more to report.
Property Committee: It was reported that the new owners of the property behind the church and parsonage are clearing their side of the fence line. It was suggested that we hire the man doing their work to clear our side. The Council voted to spend up to $500.00 to have this done before the new fence goes in.
Old Business: Pastor’s sound proof door is in process and should be installed soon. Roof leaks in the gym will be addressed this month.
New Business: We discussed the conflict of the Family Reunion, Work Day and the Easter Egg Hunt all happening on the same day. It was decided that anyone interested could meet to clean the gym and classrooms on Wednesday, March 21st. It will be announced. Everything will go on as planned. The Council voted to approve the use of the gym on September 30, 2018 for the Schneider Family Reunion; voted NO on Easter Ads; voted to approve Letters of Transfer for Ethel Domel to Faith Lutheran, Georgetown, Texas and Charlotte Branch to Trinity Lutheran in Miles, Texas; also voted for the record that Alan Barrow became a member at the same time Dorothy Barrow reinstated her membership.
Next Council Meeting April 10, 2018
March Fellowship Update
THANK YOU to everyone who assisted with the mini tasks associated with the Easter Egg hunt held at the mobile home park.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Saturday, May 12th, Mother's Day Brunch.
Does anyone in the congregation have a set of pink flower china dishes to loan for table decorations at the Mother's Day Brunch? Please contact Elaine at 512-
– Fellowship Committee