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:
March 12, 2019


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

Home Services News & Calendars Missions & Giving About Us Find & Contact Us

LADIES AID - Tuesday, March 5 at 11:00 a.m.

Join us at our March 5 meeting @ 11:00 a.m. and then stay for Golden Oldies pot luck and dominoes.

Outreach: In February, Ladies Aid voted to send up to $500 to purchase chairs for the Fellowship Hall. Our March benevolence will include prizes for the Easter Egg Hunt at the Mobile Home Park. In April, we will be taking part in the Sun City Garage Sale. (Begin your search for items to donate to our garage sale. We need your support.)  

Accomplishments: The St. Peter Quilters have completed 80 quilts for LWR. The Garden Maze quilt sold for $350 at the Valentine lunch. A big thank you goes out to Gary and Marie Combs for their continued support of our quilting projects.  

Projects: Ladies Aid discussed service projects for the year. One project included collecting items for the homeless such as duffel bags, large clothes, work gloves, lawn furniture, camping gear, and tents.  If you have any items that might work, contact Ann S.  A second project was to make sack lunches for the homeless. A third project included making pillowcases for the children's hospital.  If you are interested in helping with any of these projects, contact a member of Ladies Aid. The February challenge was to show love for neighbors by taking them a baked cookie or a card.

Event-1: Holy Ghost Lutheran Church in Fredericksburg is hosting a Women's Spring Gathering on March 16.  This is ideal for ladies of NALC and LCMC congregations.  If you are interested in attending, contact Vinette M.   

Event-2: All are invited to join us for an evening with the Williamson County Symphony on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.  The performance will be in the Klett Performing Arts Center at Georgetown High School.  Email Vinette M if you wish to sit with the group from St. Peter.  

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WORSHIP COMMITTEE Meets Tuesday, March 12 at 5:15 p.m.

The Worship Committee met on Tuesday, Feb. 12th and discussed the upcoming Lenten Season. Ash Wednesday service will be held at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, March 6th and a Noon Prayer Service will be held all other Wednesdays during Lent.  Wednesday evening Lenten services will continue at 7:00 PM from Ash Wednesday (March 6) until April 10, the week before Holy Week.  Please make plans to attend.  

Our next meeting will be Tuesday, March 12th at 5:15 PM, if you wish to help make plans for the worship services please plan to attend.  

Fellowship & Outreach Committee Meets next on March 12 at 6:15 p.m.

  1. ESL CLASS (English as a Second Language).
English as a second language classes continue on March 4, 6, 11 and 13, from 9:30-11:00 am at the Meadow Crest Mobile Home Park, 394 FM 972. Then we will break for Lent and Easter.

  2. LENTEN SOUP SUPPER:  St. Peter will serve a Wednesday night Community Wide Lenten soup supper from March 13 until April 10, from 5-6:45 p.m., followed by service at 7:00 pm. All are invited.

Look for the sign-up poster in the gym. We need 2 soups and 2 deserts each week. Volunteers are asked to indicated the type of soup you plan to bring. Soup needs to be in the kitchen around 4:30 pm with the meal at 5:00 p.m. Since we do not know how many people to expect we will have canned soup in the kitchen for back up. Individual packed crackers will be provided along with all the supplies to serve the meal.   

3. EASTER EGG HUNT: We will host an Easter egg hunt at the Meadow Crest Mobile Home park baseball field on Saturday, April 13. Last year we used all the plastic Easter eggs and we need approximately 300 eggs this year. You can purchase pre-filled or plain plastic eggs that we will fill. Look for a laundry basket in the gym to collect plastic egg donations on Sunday March 10.

4. NEXT FELLOWSHIP MEETING is on Tuesday, March 12 at 6:15 p.m. prior to the Council meeting.  

St. Peter Church Council Summary - Meeting of February 12, 2019

St. Peter recently made donations to "Food for Friends" and we wanted to share what the organization does for our community.

The organization delivers noon meals on Fridays, Thanksgiving, and Christmas to the elderly, home bound, homeless and those unable to care for themselves in the Bartlett, Granger, Davilla, Walburg and Weir area.  They have been doing this for 10 years and currently serve 229 people in these areas.

Volunteers prepare meals on Thursdays and deliver on Friday. If anyone is interested in volunteering they are located at 13200 FM 972 Granger or you can call Joyce White at 254-913-4430 or 254-527-4635. They do except food supply donations. They cook everything from scratch, so their need includes basics such as flour, cornmeal, cooking oil, salt, pepper, potatoes, fresh vegetables and fruits.  

If you know anyone in these areas they need meals delivered they request you contact them.

Their motto is from Matthew 23: "I was hungry and you fed me".

St Peter Church Council

Next Council Meeting on March 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm.

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:

Golden Oldies’ Lunch - Noon on March 5

The Golden Oldies will meet on March 5th, at Noon for a potluck lunch and games. Invite a friend and join in the fun, food and fellowship.

Women’s Bible Study: Paul’s Letters

St. Peter is hosting a Women’s Bible Study at noon each Thursday. The women are digging into Paul's writings to read, learn and understand Paul's second letter to the Corinthians and how it can apply to our own lives. Christ and the Word become more real as we try to develop a more intimate relationship with Him and realize the work of the Holy Spirit within us to guide and empower us. Our study ends at Easter but watch for more to come.


Pastor’s Study on the Life and Significance of Martin Luther

After his trip to Germany along the ‘Martin Luther Road’, Pastor Philip hosted a six-week series of study sessions on the life and significance of Martin Luther. The class discussed the needs for reform inside the Western Church, Luther’s particular view and theology, and the significance of the Protestant movement, both in Luther’s time and in our own.

These sessions were recorded to Facebook and are available for your review at the following links:

Luther Study: Week 1

Luther Study: Week 2

Luther Study: Week 3

Luther Study: Week 4

Luther Study: Week 5

Luther Study: Week 6

Luther Study: Week 7

Or you can find the studies directly at

2019 St. Peter Directory of Members & Friends

Be sure to pick up your printed copy of the 2019 St. Peter Directory in the church northex. Members: if you are not able to come to church to get your copy, please contact the church office at 512-863-5600 and request that a copy be mailed to you.

Combination Safe For Sale

St. Peter has a large free-standing combination safe available to the highest bidder. After 40 years sitting in the closet, it is time to send it to a new home. We need the space.

The safe stands about 4 feet tall, has steel walls filled with concrete, has its own steel wheels, and has a working combination lock. (Yes, we have the combination.) Did we mention that it is VERY HEAVY? You will need your own manpower and equipment to move it and load it.

If you or a friend are interested in such a safe, please contact the church office at 512-863-5600 or a member of the church council.