Dear members and friends of St Peter's, Hobart.
Great news. We have set Sunday 21st of June, 10.00am as the date that we will start a staged return to worship (with Holy Communion). We will be allowed to have 20 worshippers in attendance. Please register your desire to attend worship by completing the short form here. If unable to attend but wanting home communion please also register here. The process is simple. However, if you require help, consider contacting a family member, another Church member or Harrison at Harrison.Steicke@lca.org.au or myself at Mike.Steicke@lca.org.au We will get back to you and allocate a Sunday to attend worship as the time draws closer. Thank you to those who have already expressed an interest in attending. We will respond to you very soon. Services will continue to be live-streamed as we only have a limited amount of spots available.
Just a reminder of tomorrow night's (Thursday 28th of May) ‘To the Point’ broadcast of ‘The Plague: Then and Now’. Our own Dr Jodi-Johnson-Glading will be joined by ALC lecturer and Church historian Rev Thomas Pietsch to discuss COVID-19 and how Christians have responded to what has commonly been called ‘The plague’ throughout history and what insights they have gained which may also benefit us. It promises to be a stimulating discussion. It begins at 7.30pm and can be accessed here or through our website here. Feel free to share.
This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday, on which we commemorate the gift of the Holy Spirit, another remarkable gift and festival. Make sure you tune in. Perhaps you may even want to wear something red, the colour of Pentecost and symbolising the fire of the Spirit as you view.
It will be great to see so many of you in the flesh as we head into the latter part of June.
In the meantime, I leave you in God’s hands. There are no safer, trustworthy or better hands to be in.
Warmest regards and blessings,
St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Hobart
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