We are incredibly grateful! Thank you for embracing the White Beard Project and spreading joy in this challenging year.
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2020 was a difficult year for all of us and 2021 will come with its own challenges, some ongoing and some new. As we continue to navigate these unprecedented times, taking care of our mental and emotional health has become increasingly important. At 9:00 a.m. on January 10, 17, and 24 The Adult Forum will feature three mental health providers who are also members of St. Peter’s. Together, they will help us learn to stay well in stressful times.
“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.
Christmas reminds us that God comes into the world not with stormy triumph and might, but with quietness, unexpectedly, wrapped in humility and grace. God is revealed not through the birth of kings and generals, but in the face of a poor peasant baby, born in a stable. In a world not too unlike our own, a world filled with uncertainty and fear, God reveals perfect love through the simple and unsophisticated birth of Jesus.
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 for our in-person services.
As we continue to make our way through this very difficult year, it seems to me that those traditions we hold dear feel more important now than ever before, even if we are unable to observe them as would we in normal times.
A beloved Charlotte holiday tradition comes directly to your living room this December from The Choir School at St. Peter’s. Streaming on-demand starting December 11, Sing We Christmas features familiar Christmas favorites and new repertoire from The Choir School that are sure to put you in the holiday spirit.
I hope we can all take more time this Advent to wait for and watch for God, as He comes to us as Jesus, while we’re waiting for the virus to end, waiting for the vaccine to come, but above all, for the Christ child to be born again, among us, to lead us to our Father and to the lives we will have as we continue to follow Him.
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 lay leaders about ministry initiatives, and elect a new class of vestry members.