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Posted by GHatton on October 7, 2016
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 email@example.com 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 […]
Posted by GHatton on May 20, 2016
“Add a Little Spice to Your life” is the theme for our Indian Dinner catered by Aman’s Indian Restaurant, appetizers and dessert included, BYOB. Come enjoy good company and excellent cuisine. Tickets $25.00 per person, and will help defray the cost of our missioners travel to El Salvador and our mission partner, Cristosal.
Posted by GHatton on May 1, 2016
For the next three Sundays, we will be running a class for our new comers. This class will hold three sessions of 30 minutes, beginning at 9:10 AM and ending by 9:40 AM on May 1st, 8th and 15th in St. Margaret’s Hall. We will cover the history, polity and faith and practices of the Episcopal Church. While it is intended primarily for new comers, anyone wishing to learn about the Episcopal Church is welcomed to attend. If you have any questions, please feel free to call Fr. Koshy at 978-314-8100.
Posted by GHatton on April 3, 2016
Friends, now that the Municipal parking lot in front of the church is closed, we encourage you to use the empty spaces at St. Peter’s Place parking lot on Church Street next to our church. If the first row is full, enter the second row from Prospect Street by taking a left on to Starr street and another left on to Prospect.
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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 over complicate, but focuses on utilizing the instrument’s fullest creative and compositional potential. Join us on Sunday, April 24 at 4:00 p.m.
Posted by GHatton on February 6, 2016
How would giving $1 a day during Lent affect your life? . . . probably not too much. However, many in El Salvador try to live o n less than $2 a day. The Missions Outreach Committee is asking you to consider setting aside $1 a day during 50 days of Lent season (1st Sunday in Lent to the 1st Sunday after Easter) and placing your daily donation in a special envelope which you can pick up during services this Sunday, February 28th. Your contribution will have a great impact on making the 2016 El Salvador mission possible by helping to defray the cost to missioners. Donations will be […]
Posted by GHatton on January 2, 2016
Amici Strings was assembled this past summer as a no-budget/no-pressure summertime ensemble by Alice Pavri, a violin, viola and piano teacher in Kimberton with contacts in the Main Line Orchestra, the Providence Chamber Orchestra (which she co-founded in 1998) and chamber musicians. It is made up of 23 local musicians who are playing just for fun and are not part of a concert series.