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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
Posted by GHatton on November 4, 2016
The music committee would like to thank everyone that donated a basket for our raffle. We are so excited for you to see them beginning this week. There is a wide variety and something for everyone, everything from a Lilly Pulitzer basket, to a craft basket, to a coffee/tea basket to several wine and spirits baskets. Tickets are now being sold for you to enter to win the basket of your choice. Tickets prices are 5 tickets for $5 or 15 tickets for $10. Winning tickets will be drawn during the coffee hour on November 20. You do not have […]
Posted by GHatton on October 14, 2016
It is time for our annual fundraiser to help support our general operating budget which begins this Sunday, October 16 and runs through November 13th. This year we will be selling Yankee Candles, both through a catalog and online. We have a big goal and are hoping that as a group we can sell at least $2,500 in candles. We can do it! Candles will be delivered in time to give as Christmas gifts. Caitlin Rothenberger will be handing out information this Sunday, so be sure to see her during fellowship hour to get an order form and find out […]
Posted by GHatton on October 7, 2016
Ready for a unique and talented take on a wide range of musical traditions? Claude Bourbon is known throughout Europe and America for amazing guitar performances that take blues, Spanish, Middle Eastern, and Russian stylings into uncharted territories. Each year Bourbon plays more than 100 shows around the world. For more information on Claude, please visit his website at www.CLAUDEBOURBON.org
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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, October 3rd to Friday, October 7th. 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 September 16, 2016
Saint Peter’s Church will participate in the Church Street Block Party on Saturday, September 24. The family centered event will be held between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm in the area of the Senior Center parking lot. The block party will have free events for children, music, and food available for all. There will also be a raffle with the grand prize of $1,000. 25 vendors and nonprofits (including our church) will have information available. Please plan to attend.
Posted by GHatton on September 2, 2016
Posted by GHatton on June 3, 2016
The Children’s Summer worship program continues this Sunday and every Sunday through Sunday, August 28th. The program is for children ages 3-9. Younger children may attend with a parent or guardian. Older children may volunteer to assist – email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer. The program starts when the service begins at 9:30 and runs until Peace time. Children will process up the aisle with the leaders at the beginning of the service. Our theme this summer is “Neighbors”. We will start with the parable of the Good Samaritan and talk about who our neighbors might be. On following Sundays, we will welcome […]