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Making St. Peter’s Welcoming for Everyone

As we look to the future, accessibility is clearly a priority. It’s also a priority right now, and we have been looking for ways to begin improving access, even as we plan on a broader scale for the future.

Planned Giving at St. Peter’s

The 1834 Legacy Society recognizes individuals who have included St. Peter’s in their wills. These thoughtful gifts will be added to the corpus of the endowment which is intended to remain untouched into the future.

Our Sacred Home – An Update from The Junior Warden

Throughout 2021, the parish has undertaken several projects from a buildings and grounds perspective. These all center upon Goal 4, Our Home, of our current strategic plan: completing critical building repairs, improving physical accessibility and functionality, and enhancing spaces to reflect our diversity and inclusion values.

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 Party on Seventh Street.

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 ministry knowing that our parish family is already responding in faith to provide the resources we need to answer God’s call.

The Year of the Young Organist

I’d like to invite you to my recital this Sunday, July 18 at 7:00 p.m., here at St. Peter’s. This recital is part of a nearly 50-year tradition of summer organ concerts in Charlotte and the freewill offering is 100% dedicated to the Stigall Scholarship. I will be playing well-known organ favorites, underrepresented repertoire, and my own compositions.

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 with God.”

Come Holy Spirit

On Pentecost we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit, but the Spirit did not only come in a single moment to a particular group of people. The Spirit has been active throughout the last 2,000 years, coming to each of us individually and to our the Christian church as a whole.