Not a word to be taken literally or inerrantly, but one that invites our searches, questions, and transformed understandings.
So I fearfully and prayerfully ask myself, What are the true depths of racism that our culture has dug?
A pastoral letter from the rector: I invite you, first and foremost, to join me in unceasing prayer.
Perhaps the most faithful thing we can utter to God when confronted with such evil is “Why?”
Four ways that you can help us seek the Kingdom of God during Vacation Bible School, August 3-7.
“God’s Tapestry” – The conversation about racial reconciliation continues. Clergy and other parishioners engage this vital but challenging conversation about race and God’s mission of reconciliation in light of recent events in Ferguson, Mo., Baltimore, Md., and Charleston, S.C. Facilitators (9:30 a.m.): The Reverend Ollie V. Rencher, The Reverend Joslyn Ogden Schaefer Guidelines for Communication …
What happens once a visitor steps through the doors at St. Peter’s?
It was a grand day at St. Peter’s 2015 Pentecost celebration. Find yourself in the photograph taken on Sunday.
On the Day of Pentecost, we celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit.
At The Choir School, we’ve seen the value of the arts in the lives of hundreds of choristers.