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Shrimp & Suds

Join us on Saturday, October 9 at 6:00 p.m., for Shrimp & Suds our popular fellowship event for adult parishioners and friends.
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Reengagement Sunday is here!

This Sunday we celebrate our parish feast Day, the Confession of St. Peter, at all three services. There’s also a Ministry Fair and a Block …
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Hope and Grace

Will you join us by making an early pledge? Just think what it would mean at this particular time to begin planning a year of …
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Nursery to Reopen Soon!

St. Peter’s is working to reopen our Nursery soon! When open, the nursery will provide childcare for children from birth to age 4, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 …
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Our Father

In the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, the children’s formation approach used here at St. Peter’s, “catechists” nurture the child’s work of “falling in love …
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A Turn Towards Eco-Justice

The Creation Care Committee at St. Peter’s has felt a strong call to reinvent itself; we have come home to the Social Justice Ministry as …
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St. Peter’s Youth Update

Each of our leaders believes in the importance of reminding our youth that the Good Shepherd loves them. We seek to support their parents’ efforts …
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To Nurture and To Inspire

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. …
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Christmas Eve at St. Peter’s

We are excited to offer both in-person and online worship services on Christmas Eve. Below, you will find our schedule of services, including registration links …
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Parish Gathering this Sunday

Our Parish Annual Meeting has been an opportunity to celebrate together the year’s accomplishments, reflect on the year that is past, hear from staff and …
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2021 Vestry Nominees

We are excited to introduce the current candidates for the Vestry in 2021! While the deadline for the 2021 Vestry election has been extended through …
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A Season for Acts of Love

As we move into the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, I find myself thinking about children. During Advent, we prepare for the coming of …
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