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Can you believe it is Advent already? 


As I sit to write this article I cannot believe that the year if almost over and in fact we are already beginning a new year in the church. It is Advent, the beginning of a new church year, a season to prepare for what is coming next. For many of us it is a time of too much to do and not enough time to do it all. This is not what Advent is for; too much to do and not enough time to do it. Advent is about taking time out, taking time to prepare our hearts and minds for what is coming next. Advent is about taking time out to pray, to imagine the gift that we are about to receive.
     However, before we look forward we need to look back and reflect on our year together and all that God has provided for us in this year.
First, some THANK YOU’S!
Outgoing Council Members for all of your service to the leadership of our congregation:
Mike Caton, Doug Peterseim, Renee Baker, Michelle Hale, Steve Wigton
     Other Thank You’s – too many to mentions by name – to those who assisted Council in moving forward, in imaging the possibilities, and helping all of us do God’s Work. To those who served on the Reformation events planning team, those who helped re-write and update our Constitution and Endowment Fund documents, to those who serve in Faith Formation on Sunday mornings and throughout the weeks with Bible study groups. Also, those who are part of our prayer ministries, our visitation and Eucharistic ministry teams, our care and outreach ministries, our fellowship team, our worship ministry teams, our music ministries, our inviting and welcoming team, our Lutherans Together crew, and all those who have stepped up to offer a hand in whatever needed done at the moment. Also, a thank you to each of our members who have given of their financial gifts to support God’s Work at St. Peter’s. None of the ministry that we do together is possible without each of you giving back to God and I appreciate your willingness to live your faith out-loud.
     God’s Work takes Many Hands! Thank you!
     None of God’s work can be done without all of us sharing in our gifts, giving back what God has given us to nurture and care for. In this season of Advent as we prepare for the ultimate gift from God I ask you to take time to prepare for our Faith Commitment Weekend. This is a weekend we set aside each year (it has had many different names over the years but the meaning is always the same) to offer a visible sign of our covenant with God.
     Please watch your mailboxes for a letter that fully explains our Faith Commitment Weekend. Enclosed in the letter will also be your Faith Commitment Card. Take time out to pray and ask for the Holy Spirit’s guidance as you complete the card. Then join together in worship on Saturday, December 16 or Sunday, December 17 and bring your Faith Commitment card. We will place them on the Altar as a visible sign of our covenant with God to give share and give back what God has given each of us.

 

Blessings, 

Deacon Diane Schwiger-Alexander