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Board of Directors
Glen Lauersdorf, Executive Director
Janet Pieper, Secretary
Tim Zindl, Lay Ministry
Pat Cunderman, Evangelism
Ps. Dennis Kneer, Family Ministry
Vacant, Christian Ed – Parish
Lynn Zindl, Christian Ed – Joint School Board
Bob Klecker, Church Properties
Katy Maas, Stewardship
Allen Behl, Treasurer
Christian Education – Joint School
The basic objective of this Board is to plan and administer the total education program of Lebanon Lutheran School, the Christian Day School operated jointly by this congregation and Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lebanon. The three members of the Board of Christian Education – Joint School shall serve as St. Peter’s representatives to the Joint School Board of Lebanon Lutheran School.
Please check the calendar at the bottom of this page for Joint School Board meet date, place and times.
Christian Education – Parish Ed
The mission of the Board of Christian Education – Parish Ed is to share the love and hope of Jesus Christ by providing a means for spiritual growth through Christian education, for all congregation members and for the community at large, throughout all stages of their lives.
The basic objectives of this Board are the bringing of the Gospel to the unchurched, the enlistment of all of God’s people in the work of spreading the Gospel, the deepening of the faith and activity of the members of this congregation, and proper soul-accounting at all times.
The basic objectives of this Board are the proper maintenance and repair of church property, the representation of the congregation in all legal matters, and the general protection of the congregation against loss or damage of whatever nature.
The basic objectives of this Board are to initiate programs for the development of good stewardship attitudes in the members of the congregation in regard to time, talents, and treasures, to provide for the training and utilization of members of the congregation for the work of Christ’s Kingdom, and ensure the financial stability of the congregation and its work through a developed program of dedicated, proportionate, first fruits giving.
The nature of the duties of this Board requires that only men noted for their Christian knowledge, zeal and experience in the spiritual work of the Kingdom of Christ shall be elected to membership. The basic objectives of this Board are the spiritual welfare of the Pastor(s) and congregation members, individually and corporately, and the supervision of everything pertaining to congregational worship.
The St. Peter’s Altar Guild exists for the purpose of helping the Church to observe service to the Lord more reverently, devoutly, and beautifully. Communicant members are organized under the leadership of the pastor for the reverent care of the chancel, sacred vessels, vestments, and for usual altar guild work.
For more information on the purchase and regulation of burial lots for St. Peter’s Lutheran Cemetery, please contact Cemetery Association chairperson, listed in the Cemetery Brochure.
Please Contact St. Peter’s for more information.
The Ladies Aid of St Peter’s Lutheran Church society objectives shall be: 1. to grow in Christian knowledge; 2. to provide Christian fellowship; 3. to support charitable endeavors of the Church-at-large; 4. to sponsor projects for our congregation and Christian day school.
The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML) is the official women’s auxiliary of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. For over 65 years, the LWML has focused on affirming each woman’s relationship with Christ, encouraging and equipping women to live out their Christian lives in active mission ministries and to support global missions.
- The Lutheran Women’s Missionary League is the official women’s auxiliary of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod(LCMS).
- It has as its “mission heart” thousands of volunteers who are daily dedicating their lives to making a difference in this world.
- It is also Lutheran Women in Mission, the dba (“doing business as”) name adopted by the Board of Directors in January 1998.
- It is women who are finding avenues to use their God-given talents as they meet the challenges to share the Gospel message.
- It is composed of individual women and women’s groups within congregations of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, on campuses, in resident homes, or in other settings.
- Individual membership is available to women in LCMS congregations with or without a society affiliated with the LWML. Women may have an interest in the mission and ministry of the LWML – and wish to be a part of the organization; but cannot for a variety of reasons belong to a local group.
- The LWML seeks to develop and maintain a greater mission consciousness among women of the LCMS through education, inspiration, and service.
- A major emphasis is the support of mission and ministry throughout the world by means of mite box offerings. These mite box offerings have funded tens of millions of dollars in mission grants since the organization’s inception in 1942.