There are many wonderful aspects of being on the parish retreat at Kanuga. But what sets this apart from any other experience we might have at our favorite destination or from staying back here is the simple invitation to stop and be. Please join us.
Choir School Christmas Concerts, 20s/30s Brunch, and Taizé this Weekend. Plus this week’s news.
Annual Meeting of the Parish this Sunday; Advent Procession of Lessons & Carols at 5:00 p.m. Plus this week’s news.
Vestry Candidate Forum, Youth Advent Fair, and Sung Compline this Sunday. Plus this week’s news.
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2020 Vestry Candidates. Plus this week’s news.
Taizé this Sunday Evening and Center City Concert on Monday at Noon. Plus this week’s news.
The first letter to Timothy tells us to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and generous and willing to share. In this way, we lay up treasure for ourselves as a firm foundation for the coming age, so that we may take hold of “the life that is truly life”—and I think that our life together at St. Peter’s is certainly that.
Evensong with St. Peter’s Choir. Plus this week’s news.
Jesus was a refugee when his parents fled to Egypt in the wake of the “slaughter of the innocents” ordered by King Herod (Matthew 2:13-15). We hear today about people coming through the Mexican Border seeking asylum, escaping violence, and about what happens to them: children in cages; deportation of undocumented immigrants living in Charlotte; new limits on who may even apply for refugee status. These are just some of the troubling issues that lead us to ask: What are we as followers of Jesus called to do?