Saint Peter's Episcopal Church . 121 Church St. Phoenixville, PA 19460 . (610) 933-2195
Father Sam

“Biblical 12 days of Christmas.” A message from Father Sam.

Merry Christmas,

I pray that you and your loved ones had a blessed Christmas and have continued to be well.

As we continue with the next 12 days of Christmas may this guide help you during your daily Bible reading times with your loved ones.

  1. On the 1st day of Christmas an Angel appears to Mary with the most unexpected news of all – {Luke 1:26-38}
  2. On the 2nd day of Christmas Mary travels to visit Elizabeth and the babe within her leapt – {Luke 1:39-45
  3. On the 3rd day of Christmas an angel gives Joseph a vision to keep Mary as his own – {Mathew 1:18-25}
  4. On the 4th day of Christmas a Journey to Bethlehem for a babe to be born – {Luke 2:1-6}
  5. On the 5th day of Christmas Joseph searches for shelter over their head – {Luke 2:7}
  6. On the 6th day of Christmas angels pronounce the news of the Messiah’s birth – {Luke 2:8-14}
  7. On the 7th day of Christmas shepherds arrive to find a babe in a manger trough – {Luke 2:15-20}
  8. On the 8th day of Christmas a journey to the temple as Simeon foretells of events to come – {Luke 2:21-35}
  9. On the 9th day of Christmas Anna gave thanks for the redemption that she saw – {Luke 2:36-40}
  10. On the 10th day of Christmas Wise Men travel a long way inquiring about the star – {Matthew 2:1-8}
  11. On the 11th day of Christmas Wise men bow to worship the child with gifts in hand – {Matthew 2:9-12}
  12. On the 12th day of Christmas Joseph flees with his family escaping a madman for the glory of God to be revealed – {Matthew 2: 13-23}

Continue to strengthen your home altars by praying together as a family and sharing the word of God. This practice will produce strong individuals.

Please find a link to our 1st Sunday after Christmas and our bulletin here below. I look forward to you joining our Live streamed service on our website starting at 9:15 am with Prelude and service at 9:30 am follow this link:

With that happy thought, I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas!

Fr. Samuel K. Ndungu