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  • Saturdays: 5:30pm
  • Sundays: 10:00am
  • Sunday School 9:30am

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  Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

COVID - 19

St. Peter's building is closed until further notice (at least through April 30)

Our ministry continues in the midst of this pandemic.

Worship services are posted to our FaceBook page and to our YouTube Channel :

St. Peter's Lutheran Church Huntington Station

We pray for those whose lives have been upended, who have become teachers to their own children, who have had to learn new technology skills, and who have been isolated from family and friends.  Lord, give us strength to stay the course for the health and well being of our communities.

We pray for those who have lost their jobs as a result of closures. God of abundance, fill them with hope and rally the community to help provide for them.

We pray for all those who have become ill from this virus and ask God's healing mercy to surround you and restore you to wholeness. 

We pray for those who have died; rest eternal grant them dear Lord, let light perpetual shine upon them.

We pray for the essential workers who must risk their lives saving ours. Lord God, form a protective shield around them so that they may contniue thier work in the midst of this pandemic.  We THANK YOU for your service!



St. Peter's is more than its church building, bricks and mortar, steeple and doors.  It is a people, a community of people.  Young and old, individuals and families, newcomers and the long active, we are called together to be fed by expressions of God's Word and Sacraments, to share ministries rooted in those gifts, and sent out to be  blessing to the world.

For over a century St. Peter's has been opening its doors to welcome people who have come to pray and learn, to work and play, to support and be supported by one another.  God's love, as revealed in Jesus and now renewed through the Spirit, provides both focus and foundation for our shared life.

Our doors open wide enough to welcome you, your questions, your hopes, your gifts.  This community invites you to encounter and claim God's love for you among us, to experience some expression of our common life, perhaps to discover a place and community that provides fresh meaning and purpose to your own life.  And so we invite you,



In today’s gospel the Samaritan woman asks Jesus for water, an image of our thirst for God. Jesus offers living water, a sign of God’s grace flowing from the waters of baptism. The early church used this gospel and those of the next two Sundays to deepen baptismal reflection during the final days of preparation before baptism at Easter. As we journey to the resurrection feast, Christ comes among us in word, bath, and meal—offering us the life-giving water of God’s mercy and forgiveness.

 This Week's Bulletin (pdf)

MARCH MISSION: We are collecting canned vegetables. Please place your donations in the baskets and boxes in the narthex or outside the chapel.


Gloria Dei Food Pantry is located in Olsen Hall at the back of the parking lot on 18th Street. 

They are providing curbside food relief Thursday 9:30 - 11 am and Saturday 11 am - 1 pm. 



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