"St. Peter's is an open and affirming church, welcoming all of God's people."

We welcome you to our worship

Worship

Morning Prayer

Zoom Service  at 9:45 am July 12

Ned Perkins will lead  the Service

We will begin this week at 9:45 as we all take a few minutes to practice the fine art of muting and unmuting ourselves on Zoom.  Please join us as we learn this new way of being together The service will begin at 10:00 am. 

John Terauds will give the sermon

There will be a virtual coffee hour after the service 

Vicki Odell is reading the OT lesson
Shirley Miller is reading the Gospel
Mary Gerisch is leading the Intercessions
Announcements will follow the service

download the service sheet below

St Peter’s Morning Prayer July 12 2020

Click on this link to join
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RkVFbDZKVXYreFZrVU45dnFpczRsZz09

(If asked, join with computer video and audio)

To join on the phone, dial +1 646 558 8656 and use the meeting code 868 6168 4177 and then hit # and hit # again and then the password  286939 and hit # again

There will be a virtual coffee hour after the service so stay around to say hello to our friends

Please click here for Sunday Services with Bishop Shannon

Click here  for the Holy Eucharist at the National Cathedral at 11:15 am

 


Wednesdays

Evening Prayer 5 – 5:30 pm
Contemplative Prayer 5:30 – 6:30 pm

to join please email [email protected] and we’ll send you the Zoom link

Thursdays Prayer Circle

John Terauds will lead a Zoom Prayer Circle at 7 pm. Email him to join the group.

New Centering Prayer Group

is meeting Fridays at 11:30 am on The Meditation ChapelWe have a 20-minute Centering Prayer period, followed by a discussion of a weekly video.  If you want to join or learn more about Centering Prayer, email  Mary McG

Prayer List

If you have anyone that you would like added to our prayer list, please contact the office at 442-2911.

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News & Events

Announcements

A Message from the Interim:

Dear people of God,
This is a time of increased anxiety as we worry about our health, endure the termination of our routines, mourn our separation from loved ones, and more.   Now, more than ever, we need the comfort and security of friends, community, and ritual even as we forced into greater isolation.   Do not be anxious!  Take heart! Remember that Jesus promises to be with us always.
     We are never alone.  I grieve – and am frustrated – by my inability to meet, greet, converse, and laugh with you, learn your names and faces, and hear your stories.  My hope is that the Vestry and I can come up with a plan to help us bridge this divide in some fun and creative ways until we can be together again.
     In the meantime, I would love to hear from you about how you are doing, your hopes and dreams for St. Peter’s and for the community.  If you would like to chat a bit I’m happy to set up some zoom calls and phone calls so that we can at least be in touch.  I would love to get some pictures from you… your faces, what your doing during COVID – 19, what brings you joy!  My email [email protected]
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August 9, Sunday
St Peter’s will provide the Sunday Supper at Second Congregational Church. Want to help prepare and serve dinners to our hungry neighbors? Join our team: Liz Luca, Loraine Donatelli, Mary McGuinness. We can use cooks, plus servers and cleaners from about 4 to 6 pm.  Please contact Mary 802 442 5908 if you can help feed our neighbors.
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Current Updates

14 hours ago

How does God want us to see our job?
The Parable of the Sower gives us a provocative perspective in this week's Food for the Soul meditation.

5 days ago

We continue to stand in solidarity and in Christ's love with our black sisters and brothers across this country in public witness against racism.

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