Dear members and friends of St Peters Lutheran Church, Hobart.
Tomorrow evening, Thursday 27th of August at 7.30pm, we make history! St Peter's will be holding its first virtual Bible study. Please join this engaging study on the Book of Revelation which has been requested by members. Get insights into our world and what is happening from God’s perspective based on sound, sober, proven interpretations. There will be no pressure to participate, but plenty of opportunities to ask questions and to comment if one desires.
Please note the time is 7.30pm. This time has been chosen as we have had feedback that this time is likely to better suit parents of families. We will try and keep the study to around an hour, but provide the opportunity for any who wish to stay back in order to discuss and talk further after its conclusion to do so.
We encourage all to take this opportunity to learn, grow, explore, be equipped as Christians, to have our eyes opened to further understanding spiritual reality and, above all, to hear from our holy and gracious God as he speaks to us in and through His Word.
Join by clicking this link or by going to our St Peter's website and clicking on the Bible study button on the Home Page. If you have any problems getting on (that can occasionally happen the first time) please phone me on 0417 811 706 and Harrison will talk you on.
This Sunday's altered worship time:
This Sunday’s service will be the live stream of the installation service for Pastor Stuart Kleinig at Burnie. It will begin at 11.00am and accessed through our website just as you would for a service any other Sunday. Click here for the link if you would like to share it with others. Please join our Northern Tasmanian Parish on this important and exciting occasion for them. Worship and hear God’s Word proclaimed. I will be leading the service on behalf of Bishop Lester.
Hoping this finds you all well.
Warm regards and blessings,
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