St. Peter’s Blog


Feeding the Hungry in Rwanda

The following is an interview between St. Peter’s Lake Mary and Matthew Vonherbulis, a missionary to Rwanda. SPLM: What is your connection to St. Peter’s? Matthew: I went to St. Peter’s preschool when I was 3 years old. Years later, returning to Sanford after college, I was reconnected with St. Peter’s through a close friend, […]


Holiday Meals

Holiday Meals Provided by St. Peter’s St. Peter’s has been invited to support Pathways to Home in providing holiday meals for 40 families. We have partnered with Publix located at 825 Rinehart Rd. (across from St. Peter’s) to purchase holiday meal certificates at a cost of $44.95 each. Each certificate provides a completely prepared meal […]


St. Peter’s Saints

All Saints’ Day Dear St. Peter’s Church, On this All Saints’ Day, I am compelled to contemplate with you the saints of St. Peter’s, Lake Mary. I consider you saints, my church family, my church body, and my church home. How do you look at the saints of St. Peter’s?  Is St. Peter’s your church […]


Holy Days and Feasts

The Octave of All Saints November gives us the opportunity to experience in close succession the intense, diverse and instructional rhythms of the Church Year. This month of only thirty days begins with the Feast of All Saints, November 1. This Holy Day is so important that it is celebrated with an octave, a period […]


From Wes Sharp

Dear St. Peter’s Family, I remember it like yesterday when Alison and I stepped foot on the campus of St. Peter’s to worship for the first time. We were newly married, I had just started seminary, and we both held full time jobs as elementary school teachers. While St. Peter’s was a foreign place to us there […]

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  • I am the Resurrection and the Life May 24, 2017
    The stage is set for a climactic revelation of Jesus’ glory through the resurrection of a dead man. The disciples are very much aware that a return trip to Judea could result in Jesus’ persecution and death by stoning. Jesus persists in His determination to return to Bethany in Judea because “Lazarus has died.” Jesus […]
    Joni Tapp
  • The Voice of the Shepherd May 19, 2017
    Sadly, no matter what God does or says, there are certain people whose hearts are so hard to Him that they will never turn and believe. The root source of such hardness of heart can come from many places: prideful arrogance, greed, lust for vain pursuits. So the Jews gathered around him and said to […]
    Joni Tapp
  • Why a Donkey? April 8, 2017
    So what’s the big deal about the donkey? Why did Jesus ride a donkey into Jerusalem? Why is this such a celebrated act for Christians on Palm Sunday? It is called the triumphal entry. The scene of Jesus’ entry into the city of Jerusalem conveyed a certain anticipation that something important was happening. The details of […]
    Charlie Holt
  • Let Brotherly Love Continue January 31, 2017
    Let brotherly love continue. Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. Remember those who are in prison, as though in prison with them, and those who are mistreated, since you also are in the body. Hebrews 13:1-3 Abide in Brotherly Love Continuous mutual love (brotherly love, Gk. […]
    Charlie Holt
  • Epiphany: The Big Reveal January 7, 2017
    As with any epiphany we can be surprised and shocked at the way things turn out. Who could fathom the sheer magnitude of the salvation of God as he converts the people of the world to Jesus? The Lord continues to surprise and amaze! The post Epiphany: The Big Reveal appeared first on The Rev […]
    Charlie Holt

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