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

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Worship

Sunday

8:00 AM Holy Eucharist, Rite I
(High Altar; Said)
10:00 AM Holy Eucharist, Rite II
(Nave Altar; Choral)

Healing Service follows each Sunday Eucharist

Wednesdays

Contemplative and Evening Prayer, 5:30 – 6:30 PM

Thursdays

10:00 AM Holy Eucharist(Lady Chapel)

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News & Events

Friday, May 22

We hope to see you at St. Peter’s for this month’s potluck supper at 6:30.

Sunday, May 31st

Pastoral Care Committee meeting is in Guild Room following coffee hour. Anyone is invited to be part of this important ministry. We need to take care of each other. Questions: Contact Nancy Bower at 447-0119.

Sunday, June 7

Kintting Ministry meets in the Guild Room

Saturday, June 13

The Right Reverend Thomas Ely, Bishop of Vermont, warmly invites you to: “Becoming More Missional: A Convocation for The Episcopal Church in Vermont.” at Trinity Episcopal Church, Rutland. (Childcare will be provided and we invite you to carpool, if possible). This is an opportunity to share some of the decisions and directions this year-long consultation “Becoming More Missional” has provided. To learn more, read Bishop Ely’s full invitation and watch video of one of the Church Hall Meetings that took place earlier this spring. Read more and RSVP here

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The Reverend Justin Lanier

Father Justin

Fr. Justin began his contemplative formation in St. Benedict’s Trappist Monastery in Colorado studying under the direction of Fr. Thomas Keating, O.C.S.O. He holds a Masters of Divinity, from the Church Divinity School of the Pacific (the Episcopal Seminary of the West), Berkeley, California and did his undergraduate work at the University of Delaware studying Philosophy and minoring in Religious Studies and East Asian Studies with a Language (Japanese). During his formation he also entered monastic training at Tofukuji Rinzai Zen Buddhist Monastery under Keido Fukushima Roshi in Kyoto, Japan for what he sometimes calls “contemplative cross-training”.

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