Holy Week & In-person Easter at St. Peter’s. Plus this week’s news.
For Easter 2021 we are thrilled to announce that we’re able to hold indoor worship at St. Peter’s. This week, the Diocese of North Carolina determined that every parish may host worshippers indoors for Easter services. Based on the diocesan guidance and in consultation with the Senior Warden and staff members, we believe that 75 …
Migrant farmworkers have traveled a perilous road to get here. Upon arrival, they encounter broken promises, racism, economic and legal oppression, and constant fear of being sent back. They are survivors. They share their stories and memories of those who did not survive the journey with them.
This Sunday (Palm Sunday), March 28 at 9:00 a.m., we will offer indoor Holy Eucharist for 25 pre-registered worshippers.
I stand in love and awe for this wonderful creation, and for the people and other creatures who populate it. And taking some sort of action seems like my only possible response to love.
In-person services are offered at 9:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. for pre-registered worshippers. The 11:15 a.m. service is also available via livestream. Watch last Sunday’s livestream now.
Since being asked to serve as Senior Warden this year, I have found myself reflecting on what St. Peter’s means to me and why St. Peter’s matters in today’s world. In the last year especially, despite mostly virtual gatherings, I find that St. Peter’s strikes a unique balance among the many community organizations with which I engage.
We are incredibly grateful! Thank you for embracing the White Beard Project and spreading joy in this challenging year.
“When the Song of the Angels Is Stilled” – by Howard Thurman
Our Christmas Pageant is now ready to view. Click here to see it online now.