WORSHIP & COMMUNITY
We have so many fun and fascinating events here at St. Peter's. We are a very active community. Take a look!
Worship Service at 10:00AM.
First Sunday of every month, during morning worship. All who follow Jesus are invited to join at his table.
Bring in your food donations on the first Sunday of the month! We are trying to expand our efforts even more this year.
Join us for the following events!
Sunday, February 16
10:00 am WORSHIP
Tuesday, February 18
7:30 pm Council Meeting
Wednesday, February 19
7:00 pm Angels of Light Healing Service
IMPORTANT INFO FOR OUR COMMUNITY
St. Peter's Council has reviewed recommendations from our "Re-Opening Committee" and approved the opening of in-person outside church services, with health and safety restrictions.
Facebook Live streaming will continue to be offered as an option for people to connect with us. If you don't feel comfortable coming out for any reason, we encourage you to stay home and watch the live stream on our Facebook page, St. Peter's United Church of Christ West Seneca. The video of the service will also continue to be made available on our website on Tuesday, for one week.
If attending the in-person service, which will be held outside the church building, the following health and safety guidelines need to be followed:
Bring your own lawn chair or blanket.
All attendees need to wear a face mask while moving around the grounds.
Print out the bulletin and bring it with you.
There will be NO access to the church building or bathrooms.
Please maintain social distancing (6 feet apart).
Please be aware that although some of us might be comfortable getting close to someone, it is critical that we honor and respect the wishes of those who don't feel comfortable with it quite yet.
You can stay connected by visiting our Facebook page or our website for information. We will keep you updated as much as we can during the changes which are sure to come in the next few weeks. Go to our HOME page and click the "Visit our Facebook page" button, then "like" our page and follow us.
We want to make sure that our congregation knows there is nothing more important than our collective health and safety. We look forward to the time when we can resume our regular worship services and bring our congregation back together under our roof. Until then, please take care of yourselves, your loved ones, and others who may need help.