Join us on Sunday, Sept. 9th between the services for our first ever Harvest of Opportunities Fair. Our own Parish Hall will be full of representatives from different groups showcasing how we serve Christ here at Saint Peter's, in the larger community, and in the world. This is the perfect opportunity if you have ever wanted to be an usher, join the WSP, learn more about Just Lunch, or find another way to get involved at Saint Peter's!
Our Parish Retreat to Shrinemont is in June!! Join us 5:00pm Fri. 6/22/18 through Noon Sun. 6/24/18
At this weekend of fun with your St. Peter’s family you can look forward to:
No cooking or clean up – 6 meals are provided; real beds, showers and facilities; swimming (outdoor pool will be open); hiking; walking the labyrinth; s’mores and campfires; tennis, volleyball, croquet, horseshoes, bocci ball; possible hayride (with enough interest); and Sunday morning worship in the Cathedral Shrine of the Transfiguration
Cost: Adult Double Occupancy $174 per person; Adult Single Occupancy $200; Children ages 4-12 $60 per child; Children 3 and under Free
Financial assistance is available. Please contact Rev. Emily. Questions? Contact Sandy Miller, 202-497- 2062 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Must sign up and pay by 5/20/18
Join us Saturday, May 5th, for St. Peter’s Adult Dance Night! From 7:00 to 11:00 p.m. we will open the floor for dancing to a variety of music. Come at 7:00 and enjoy an hour-long dance lesson to help you get started off on the right foot. We will offer snacks through the evening and there will be a cash bar offering beer, wine, and soda. A local DJ will offer a wide variety of dance music from 8:00 to 11:00, so come on out and enjoy an evening of music and dance with friends. The cost for the evening is $25.00 per person for a great time.
Join us for a workshop discussing art in worship with Posey Kralowski. She is an Episcopal priest in the diocese of New York, an award-winning fiber artist and guest lecturer at Union Theological Seminary. This workshop takes place in the worship space. Participants see and reflect on the visual bounty already present within sanctuaries. How does the art and architecture of our sacred spaces inform and enhance out liturgies? What concepts are we internalizing about God and the human condition through what our eyes encounter? Participants will spend an time learning the technique of contemplative group observation of art, which its then used as a catalyst for dialogue.