Churches

Trinity Lutheran Church To Celebrate Trinity Sunday With Special Guest From Dominican Republic

By Rev. Jacob Ehrhard

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Trinity Lutheran Church in New Haven will be celebrating Trinity Sunday on Sunday May 31. Worship service is at 10 a.m., preceded by education hour at 9 a.m.

Our special guest preacher will be Rev. David Preus, missionary to the Dominican Republic. We welcome guests to join us for worship, study, and fellowship.

New Sermon Series At St. Peter’s UCC Titled Charting A Course For Change

By Pastor David Poe

--Have you given up on yourself? Are you fighting just to keep your head above water?

God wants you to know that change is always possible. It’s never too late to come back to God and begin living life to the fullest.

Come and learn the tools necessary for charting a course for change in your life and start celebrating God’s victories in your life.

Sermon Series: Charting a Course for Change

St. Peters UCC New Sermon Series "James - Jesus' Bold Little Brother"

St. Peters UCC Pastor David Poe will begin this six part sermon series Sunday May 25th.  Sunday Services will began at 9 a.m. as they begin their summer schedule with Sunday School (K-6) starting at 8:30 a.m.

By Pastor David Poe

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - James grew up as Jesus’ kid brother and went from incredulous skeptic to die hard believer. He became one of the most influential pastors of his day, proclaiming Jesus right up until the day of his violent death.

Why? Making Sense of God's Will

By Pastor David Poe

Why does God allow tragedy and suffering to exist? Why are my prayers not answered? Why does God sometimes seem so distant and uninvolved?

Does God have my whole life planned out for me? Do my decisions make a difference? Why should I trust God, when nothing seems to make sense?

We all wrestle with these questions. When we go through tough times - or unexpected joy - it's natural to wonder how (or if) God''s will is at work in our world. Even people who are deeply committed to their faith struggle to answer and re-answer these perplexing questions.

St. Peter’s UCC Adds Video Sermon to Website

Watch Sunday's sermon "The Passover Meal" below.

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - St. Peter’s UCC has added a new website page where you can view past sermons. St. Peter’s UCC invites you to attend mid-week Lenten services on Wednesdays at 7 p.m.

The current series is called, “Our Common Sins” as Pastor David Poe explores what we can learn from the denials, lies, and betrayals of the first disciples that can help us live more fully for God.

St. Peter's UCC To Hold Italian Dinner To Benefit Senior High Youth Group Feb. 9

New Haven, Mo. - St. Peter's UCC will holding an Italian Dinner on Sunday, February 9 with two seatings at 5 and 6:30 p.m.

The menu includes lasagna or spaghetti, garlic bread, side salad, desert, and beverage all for a free will offering that benefits the Senior High Youth Group.

What She Wants, What He Wants

By Pastor David Poe

New Haven, Mo. - The sermon series, "Love to Stay," continues this Sunday as Pastor David Poe preaches on "What She Wants, What He Wants" at the 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. worship services. Childcare is available during the 10 a.m. service for children 5 and under. Sunday School for all ages is offered at 9:00 a.m.

Falling In love Is Easy But Staying In Love Takes Courage

New Haven, Mo. - Falling in love is easy, but staying in love takes courage, hard work, and lots of grace.

In the next six weeks, David Poe explores the ups, downs, and how-to's of marriage and how, with God's help, we can make love last.

Poe draws on an extensive survey of thousands of couples and singles, the latest research in the field, wisdom from the Bible, and stories from his own ministry to explore what it takes to create and sustain healthy, meaningful romantic relationships across the course of a lifetime.

“A Capital C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S” Program This Sunday At St. Peter's United Church Of Christ

The photo to the left is of Bethlehem today, which relates to Pastor Poe’s current sermon series, “The Journey: From Nazareth to Bethlehem”

By Pastor David Poe

“A Capital C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S” program will be presented by the children this Sunday, December 22 at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in New Haven, Mo.  Parents are asked to provide 2 dozen cookies for refreshments following the program.

News From St. Peter's UCC

By Pastor David Poe

This advent, hear the Christmas story as you’ve never heard it before! With the help of biblical scholars and archaeologists, Pastor David Poe retraces the journey of Mary and Joseph from Nazareth to Bethlehem. We will examine three key questions along the way:

(1) What does this part of the story teach us about the character of God?
(2) What does this part of the story teach us about the child we celebrate on Christmas day?
(3) What does the character in the story teach us about God’s will for our lives? Join us this Sunday,

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