8:00 am & 10:00 am
TUESDAY EUCHARIST at 7:00 pm
Posted by GHatton on May 19, 2017
County Children‛s Choir (C4) allows youth to sing with and befriend fellow vocalists from other elementary and middle schools across Chester County. This opportunity to express in an emotionally safe space leads to stronger group ties and a sense of community. C4 performs a diverse repertoire of choral music, broadening students‛ understanding of different cultures, religions, and genres. When exploring songs from different cultures, we are given opportunities to navigate into different worlds and learn about others. We may also be invited to challenge the cultural and ethnic stereotypes that were previously learned, and ultimately, see changes within ourselves.
Posted by GHatton on April 25, 2017
Saint Peter’s Church is Sponsoring a Summer Lunch Program For Children and we are seeking VOLUNTEERS TO STAFF THIS EFFORT. PROGRAM DETAILS: Meals prepared by the Great Valley School District Meals distributed at Barkley School and Sacred Heart School Cafeteria Time Commitment: Weekdays 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM If you have interest in volunteering or would like to know more about the program, please contact Gary Russell. We will need your name and email address as you will be notified of a volunteer meeting May 3, 2017, 7:00 PM at Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church. Summer Lunch Program Flyer. THANK YOU!
Posted by GHatton on April 14, 2017
Please join us for St. Peter’s First Annual Community Eco-Forum on Sunday, April 23rd, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. here at the church. The event will feature community speakers with inspiring messages and ideas for healing the earth. Guest speakers include Dr. Ana M. Negrón, Rabbi Sultar and Dr. Carol Armstrong. There will be hands-on projects for young environmentalists and a teen screening of relevant and captivating earth themed documentaries. Light vegetarian snacks will be served following activities. Flyer. Dr. Ana M. Negrón – “Our Plate: slowing global warming with taste” Rabbi Sultar – “The Earth is the Lords: Faith Perspectives […]
Posted by GHatton on April 6, 2017
St. Peter’s is home to many “good cooks” and our cooks are once again asked to prepare meals for St. Mary’s Shelter. We are scheduled for Monday, April 10 to Friday, April 14. Please don’t think you have to cook alone, ask a friend or relative to join you or even make this a family effort. Contact Jan Wier to participate in this outreach of St. Peter’s Church.
Posted by GHatton on March 28, 2017
St. Peter’s member and guitarist, Trevor Gordon Hall, sets himself apart by leaving no physical aspect of the guitar untouched and weaving together different textures into grand, yet intimate, lyrical compositions. His blend of each sound does not overcomplicate, but focuses on utilizing the instrument’s fullest creative and compositional potential.
Posted by GHatton on March 26, 2017
Livestream Briefing and Conversation with Noah Bullock, Executive Director Cristosal on March 28th at 10 AM. This is a unique opportunity to hear updates from Noah about Cristosal’s programming and how the changes in immigration policy are affecting things on the ground in El Salvador. See the attached flyer with instructions on how to join this live briefing on March 28. Invitation.
Posted by GHatton on March 9, 2017
During the service, there will be an opportunity for each of us to offer our concerns and desires for reconciliation. To participate, there will be paper and pencils to jot down whatever is in your heart, and then bring that to the front of the church to place in a container to be burned. Special prayers and music for forgiveness and reconciliation will be included in the service.
Posted by GHatton on February 26, 2017
Rev. Sturgis Poorman is a native of Ardmore, PA. He was ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1970 and has served churches in West Hebron, NY, Harare, Zimbabwe, and Phoenixville PA. He was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Phoenixville from 1987 to 1999. In 1999 Rev. Poorman founded Welcoming the Stranger an educational ministry with immigrants and refugees in Lower Bucks County. Since that time over 3000 adult students from 100 different countries have benefited from this program. After his retirement in 2015, Rev Poorman began volunteering with refugee resettlement programs in the Philadelphia area. He currently gives […]
Posted by GHatton on February 7, 2017
“Principally Harps!” blends the talents and experiences of two of America’s finest harpists in presentations of virtuosity, distinct style and impeccable ensemble. “Principally Harps!” offers audiences a unique opportunity to see and hear concert grand harps on center stage, as opposed to “hidden” among the instruments in an orchestra. Mindy Cutcher and Janet Witman are masters of their instruments, showcasing their harps with exciting repertoire and demonstrating the uniqueness of pedal harps with the varied sound effects that can be produced from them. Their programs are accessible to young and old; experienced and casual concert goers.
Posted by GHatton on November 12, 2016