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Greetings to all within our
Heidelberg-Erbsville family

We at St. Peters hope and pray that you, as a faithful member of our church

family, are staying safe. This must still be a priority even though we have

flattened the curve if we want to maintain our low numbers.

We would like to bring you up to date on some of the things that

have been happening.

We have resumed in-person services and we invite you to join us.


Our time at church will look and feel much different as we become accustomed to new ways of gathering. While we look forward to gathering for in-person worship, it's unrealistic to expect things to be as they were before the pandemic.


We will continue to offer online services for those who don’t feel comfortable at in-person worship and the service will air on this website, using the YouTube connection below.


We ask you to follow these practices for our in-person worship:

  1. You are asked that if you feel unwell, or you have travelled in the last 14 days, or have been exposed to someone with Covid 19, please do not attend the service

  2. Masks are optional

  3. There will be hand sanitizer available at the door for those who wish to use the hand sanitizer upon entering the church

  4. We will be back to enjoying music in our worship with singing joyfully, with or without masks

  5. The Offering plate will be at the entrance vestibule.

  6. We have added a Facebook link to our website. Check it out. FACEBOOK

We want to thank all of those who have continued to support St. Peters through their givings during these trying times. We greatly appreciate everything you have given to support our church. Thank you very much.

Keep in touch with someone you haven't talked to for a while. You would be surprised how much it will be appreciated. Remember you are not alone in this. We are ALL in this together, and love and our faith in the Lord will guide us through.

If you have any questions or require assistance please contact Pastor Olaf or any of the church council.


Blessings from Pastor Olaf J. Poulsen and St. Peters Church Council

If you have any questions please contact Pastor Olaf 519-725-3023 or

Clare Kappes 519-664-1425.

He's got the whole world in his hands.

He's got the whole world in his hands.


We now welcome members and friends back to Bible Study. Our meetings will occur at the home of Pastor Olaf and Valerie (49 Sorrel Place, Waterloo).


At this gathering we hope to catch up a little bit in terms of our experiences with the
pandemic. We will also spend some moments with the question, “How can the Scriptures give us strength
and renewal here in the aftermath of the Covid experience?” We will also discuss possible topics for our
Bible Study going forward. Bring your ideas and your interest. As always coffee, tea and refreshments will be
served. Please join us for the beginning of a renewed journey with the Scriptures.

****Services for St. Peters Church Heidelberg****


We invite you to continue to join us as we resume in-person worship on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. every first and third Sunday and 11:00 a.m. every second and fourth Sunday of the month. Recorded services will continue to be online for those who need it. Online services will be one Sunday behind. 

Thank you, St. Peters Council


We are extremely blessed to bring our services to you virtually. This wouldn't be possible without the help of Pastor Olaf, organist Dan Amorim and assistant Eryn Lobsinger. We thank them for the time and dedication put forward to produce these services for our church and its members.

If you are having trouble with the volume on your computer, click the pdf image to the left for help.

Sunday's service from September 24, 2023

Press play        below and then click the bottom right corner or F on your keyboard to enlarge the service full screen.

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If you have been listening to the news the last couple of nights, you may have heard about several church cemeteries being robbed. We happen to have been one of those cemeteries. The thieves stole everything out of our shed, lawn mowers, trimmers, gas cans, etc. If you happened to have seen anything unusual while visiting the cemetery, please let a council member know.

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