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Celebrating 175 Years
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
  • SAINT PETER’SIn the heart of Phoenixville

  • SAINT PETER’SWhere you come for SPIRITUAL FOOD

  • Wherever YOU are in your life journey, we welcome you!

  • TRADITIONAL WORSHIPa forward-looking vision

  • YOUR LOCAL CHURCH – A Global Community

  • SAINT PETER’SWelcoming to All


Request from the Pantry

As we continue to offer healthy foods, we are increasing our “canned protein” offerings. Chester County Food Bank continues to offer canned chicken and tuna but we have found canned salmon and spam to be very popular. We would greatly appreciate those items or any other canned proteins i.e. mackerel, small canned hams, Armor mini bites. Please keep personal products, especially soap and toothpaste on your shopping list for the pantry as well as reusable grocery bags. Your continued generous support of the pantry is as always, greatly appreciated!

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Daily Devotion

Reflect on today's lectionary readings, and read prayers for today's offices.


Church Calendar

Thursday, August 9th
Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Narcotics Anonymous


Friday, August 10th
Noon Community Lunch


Parish Secretary is on vacation until Tuesday, August 28


Saturday, August 11th
8:30 New Member/Growth Committee Meeting

9:00 Pantry OPEN - Breakfast available


Sunday, August 12th
Lectionary Readings: Isaiah 61:10-11, Psalm 34:1-9, Galatians 4:4-7, Luke 1:46-55

8:00 Eucharist
Preacher: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

9:30 Eucharist with Music
Preacher: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

Childrens Summer Program: Connecting With The Universe Yoga - Taught by Amy Atlee

Taking time to develop a respect and love for the natural world can help us appreciate some of the mysteries of life and enhance our inner world. Connecting with nature can be a source of contentment and calm for adults and children. We’ll explore the continual rhythm of the breath – our own and the breath of the earth. Learning some simple yoga poses and BREATHING, we can easily find our inner calm in the midst of nature.


Monday, August 13th
Noon Community Lunch

6:00 Pantry OPEN - Dinner provided


Tuesday, August 14th
Noon Community Lunch


Wednesday, August 15th
Noon Community Lunch


Thursday, August 16th
Noon Community Lunch

7:00 Narcotics Anonymous


Friday, August 17th
Noon Community Lunch


Parish Secretary is on vacation until Tuesday, August 28


Saturday, August 18th
8:30 Breakfast by A.J.

4:00 Vineyard Church Community Dinner


Sunday, August 19th
Lectionary Readings: 1 Kings 2:10-12, 3:3-14, Psalm 111, Ephesians 5:15-7, John 6:51-58

8:00 Eucharist
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Asha George-Guiser
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

9:30 Eucharist with Music
Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Asha George-Guiser
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

Childrens Summer Program: Ready, Set, Recycling! - Taught by Dave Brennfleck

On your mark, get set, RECYCLE! Kids will have a great time learning the “R’s” of recycling as they participate in a relay race and other fun activities that inspire us to reduce, reuse and recycle!


Sunday, August 26th
DEADLINE: Articles and Meeting Dates for the September NET and Parish Calendar

Lectionary Readings: 1 Kings 8:22-30, 41-43, Psalm 84, Ephesians 6:10-20, John 6:56-69

8:00 Eucharist
Preacher: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

9:30 Eucharist with Music
Preacher: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews
Celebrant: The Very Rev. Dr. Koshy Mathews

Childrens Summer Program: Leave No Trace Walk - Taught by Jolie Chylack

Hiking is so much fun! Is there a way to enjoy and respect our natural landscape without leaving any of our human “traces” behind? Learn the seven “Leave no Trace” ideas and begin your own Nature Journal so that you can keep the things you love most about nature “close to your heart” without ever even picking them up!


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