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Pentecost Sunday


Please click here for Sunday Services with Bishop Shannon

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

St John the Divine in New York City at 9 and 11 on Sundays

From Bishop Shannon:
 invite all Vermont Episcopalians to join us for a special online Diocesan Pentecost Celebration of Community on Sunday, May 31 at 4:00 p.m. (Click the blue link above for information on how to join.) This Pentecost celebration is in addition to our usual 11:00 a.m. online Sunday service. Please bring something red or orange to the service, such as a scarf or a bright piece of paper, as well as a candle. The service will feature a video made up of photos and videos submitted by people across the diocese that show where we are finding hope and joy in this time.

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News & Events

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Floors! Update ~ the floors in the office, choir room and kitchen have also been stripped and waxed.

You may need sunglasses when we are in the church again!   Jimmy Oates of Abba Floor Services, stripped and waxed the floors in the Guild Room, hallways, and parish hall with an incredible result !  The floors are now renewed and protected.  Jerry Byrd and Bill Harrington were the overseers of the project and moved all the furniture.  Many thanks Bill and Jerry!  ~ Collins

The Building Use Committee is asking all those who have keys to the church to please let us know.  This is for a call list for the office when registering an event if the sexton or priest is not available to open/close the church.  Please either call Colleen Gates (518-423-2485) or email her [email protected].  If you prefer to be the last person called or not at all let us know.  Thank you.

The Outreach Committee has set aside some monies for assistance with scholarships to  St. Peter’s youth for camperships this summer.  Please contact Mary Gerish for details  379-6311 

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Current Updates

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The Episcopal Church

“'What does love look like? Not like this.' These words — spoken Thursday night by my friend Craig Loya, the newly elected Episcopal bishop of Minnesota — haunt me. I look at searing images of racialized violence across our country — against the backdrop of the disproportionate number of covid-19 victims who are black, brown and native — and I cannot help but notice love’s profound and tragic absence. So what is the path of love? In times like these, how can we find it and follow ... See more

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Today is Pentecost Sunday, the day the world received the gift of the Holy Spirit after Jesus' Ascension. It is the birthday of the Church, a day of great celebration.
How might we celebrate in these difficult times?
This week's Food for the Soul gives us something to meditate on:

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