8:00 AM & 9:30 AM
TUESDAY EUCHARIST 7:00 PM
Posted by GHatton on November 25, 2017
Dear Friends and Members of St. Peter’s, Tomorrow as we with our families and friends sit down for Thanksgiving Meal, let us acknowledge all the blessings God has abundantly showered upon us this past year. I thank God for all of you, my church family, for your love for Susan and me, and for your support of our beloved church and its ministries in Phoenixville and beyond. Please know and be happy that our church has helped at least 150 or so families to have food on their tables this Thanksgiving. Please know that our support of Cristosal Foundation in El […]
Posted by GHatton on October 6, 2017
John Maurer is recognized as an “exhilarating and very versatile trumpet performer and educator” Jose Sibaja, lead trumpet, Boston Brass. John has performed in various venues around North America and conducted a number of residencies and masterclasses in many renowned colleges and universities. John has been privileged enough to perform as a soloist for public figures such as The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
Posted by GHatton on October 1, 2017
Beautification Walkers will meet in the parking lot of Saint Peter’s Church where we will divide into groups and, as teams with a mapped walk, embark on one of several specific routes to spend some time cleaning up our town. Each group will be given bags for picking up recycled materials and bags for standard refuse. Groups will return to the church parking lot at 3:30 PM to drop off what has been collected. Those who participate are asked to wear a green shirt, bring gloves as well a water bottle to keep hydrated. Thank you for your involvement in […]
Posted by GHatton on September 30, 2017
The spirit of St. Francis will once again be celebrated with a pet blessing at 1:00 p.m. in the garden area outside the Lady Chapel. In the interest of safety, we ask that all pets arrive leashed or crated. Please, encourage your family and friends to join us for this special celebration with their pets.
Posted by GHatton on September 29, 2017
Saint Peter’s is participating in The “Better Together” Church Street Block Party on Saturday, September 30th from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM between Jackson and Dean Streets. Come join friends and neighbors at the block party celebrating 25+ Phoenixville area non-profits. Enjoy great food, music and activities for the whole family! Food for purchase is provided by the Phoenixville Area Senior Center. For more event information please contact us at email@example.com. Flyer.
Posted by GHatton on September 6, 2017
Your child’s education program is provided through dedicated volunteer service by church members. Please consider supporting the programs that your child benefits from. Please check any volunteer opportunities that may interest you and someone from the teaching team will be in touch with you to further discuss your interest. As a friendly reminder, please help your children to arrive to their lessons on time, with the group. Staggered arrivals inhibit the success of the program. Additionally, please encourage your children to leave any toys or stuffed animals with you. Download / Open The Form
Posted by GHatton on July 20, 2017
The Perkiomen Trail from Synder Road Trailhead to Lower Perkiomen Valley Park. This is an 18 mile walk that will benefit St. Peter’s Food Pantry. This pantry has been helping the food insecure for over 17 years and provides a hot meal every other Saturday as well as fresh vegetables, fruit, dairy, meat and non-perishable food to the community. The Chester County Food Bank helps to fund this pantry, we cannot do it alone. If you would like to walk part of the trail or the entire 18 mile trail, please contact Carolyn Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will guide […]
Posted by GHatton on June 13, 2017
Posted by GHatton on June 6, 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 June 4, 2017