Peshtigo UMC Ponderings

                            Greetings my Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Now more than ever, we are called to help those who are going thru trials and

challenges during this pandemic. We, ourselves, may be faced with dwindling faith,

our hope lacking, and our fear of the unknown becoming unbearable.

I pray you all stay healthy and out of harms’ way. I have found the online church services,

Bible studies, and various daily devotionals to be my comfort knowing God is

with us on our journey through these times of disease infested days. With each

day’s scripture reading, I incorporate it into my life, wondering how I can do better

for God. What does this mean in my life, in the life of others. We cannot change the

world by sitting back and not acting.

Our church is now open.  We are called to be the

church. Drop off clothing at the homeless shelter and food at the food pantry. Send

donations to the church so we can continue paying into missions in our community.

 Continue to let your light shine onto others. Make a phone

call, send a ‘thinking of you note,’ take a walk and wave to your neighbors. There are

many things we can continue to do to pass the light of Jesus on to others.

 I pray we can gather and start new ministries in the church. I look forward

to a time when we are able to rejoice with Jesus on the crossing of this valley and

rising to the mountaintops of joy, gratitude, and thanksgiving.

God Bless All, 
Teri Peterson
Lay Speaker

There will be no Peshtigo Sunday School on Nov. 21st and 28th
for Thanksgiving Break.

There will be no Bible Study on Nov. 21st and 28th also
for Thanksgiving break.