This world belongs to God, and so do you. As we enter the holiest season of the Church year, may we remember that there is nowhere we can go and nothing we can do that will separate us from God’s love.
Some parishioners have asked about taking communion during this time of physical separation. Learn more about “Spiritual Communion,” an early practice of the Church.
Dear People of St. Peter’s, Just last night our bishops directed all parishes in the Diocese of North Carolina to suspend in-person public worship and other gatherings through May 17 to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The situation continues to change daily, and I pray that this will soon come to an end. Of course, …
This first Sunday in Lent, March 1, Bishop Porter Taylor will join us for the Parish Hall forum at 9:30 a.m. and to preach at the 10:45 a.m. Holy Eucharist.
On this Feast of the Baptism of our Lord, may we remember our identity as Beloved children of God, redeemed in the waters of baptism and marked as Christ’s own forever.
This Sunday, our diocesan bishop, the Right Reverend Sam Rodman, will visit St. Peter’s to baptize, confirm, receive, and reaffirm new Episcopalians. During his visit he will also bless the new aumbry. “But what is an aumbry,” you might ask?
The Becoming Episcopalian course, beginning this Sunday at 12:30 p.m. in the Library, is an annual class for adults preparing for the sacrament of Confirmation, for Reception, or for Reaffirmation. It is also a great opportunity to simply learn more about the Episcopal Church and the Anglican tradition. I hope those interested will join us for this annual formation opportunity.
This parish is a rock and a steady beacon of God’s love in the heart of Charlotte. Like Peter, we are a symbol of unity and a sign of what is possible in God’s kingdom. I hope you’ll join me in celebrating the bright future of our shared mission and ministry.
It is my pleasure to welcome Matt Williams as our 2019 Diocesan intern. I am grateful to each member of the staff for their commitment to this place. I hope you’ll join me in celebrating their talent and hard work.
I recently returned from a 10-day pilgrimage with our youth. Our journey to London, Canterbury, Bayeux, Chartres, Normandy, and Paris was a spiritually enriching experience for all. The lives of the nine youth pilgrims and five adult pilgrims will be forever changed by this experience.