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Praying with Mark 10:46–52

Our gospel passage this week is one of my favorites to pray with. It is a beautiful model for our own prayer, our own crying out to Jesus. Bartimaeus calls out to Jesus, “Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!” And he calls out not once, but over and over until Jesus stops, stands …

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Bishop Sam Rodman Visits St. Peter’s this Sunday. Plus this week’s news.

2022 Annual Giving Campaign Our mission is bold. Our vision is exciting. You are invited to join us by investing your time, your energy, and your money to strengthen and enrich our ministry during our 2022 Annual Giving Campaign. November 7 is Commitment Sunday, when we will formally offer our collective pledge of financial support …

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Shrimp & Suds this Saturday. Evensong on Sunday. Plus this week’s news

Worship and Music In-person Morning Prayer. Morning Prayer has resumed in the St. Peter’s Chapel on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:00 a.m. Zoom offerings for Morning Prayer are available every weekday as well. Coffee and fellowship in the Parlor follow right after the Tuesday and Thursday services of Morning Prayer. Weekday Holy Eucharist on Wednesdays …

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October 5 Eco-Justice Event

The St. Peter’s Eco-Justice team has been focusing on raising awareness about all the ways each of us can contribute to a more sustainable future. In addition to personal decisions, such as cutting back on meat consumption and taking reusable bags to the store, we need to raise our voices in support of equity and …

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