Women, men, and children; persons of every color, culture, age, ability, economic status, sexual and affectional orientation. All are welcome here at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church.
We invite you to browse this site and we hope that you will find something that moves you to join us in the worship of the Creator God, the companionship and example of Jesus Christ, and the guiding inspiration of the Holy Spirit.
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Regular Sunday Worship Schedule
(September 11 – June 18)
- 10:00 am Holy Eucharist with Choir
- 10:00 am Sunday School (ages 3-11)
- 11:15 am Coffee Fellowship
Sunday, February 26, 4:30pm in the Rectory = Pancake Supper!
$5 per person, children under 12 are free! Please RSVP on SignUp Genius here.
Summer Worship Schedule (June 25 – September 3, 2017)
- 9:00 am Holy Eucharist
- 10:15 am Coffee Fellowship
Tuesday’s, 10-4pm. Come shop our unique Thrift Shop every TUESDAY, 10am – 4pm and look for clothes, accessories, shoes, purses, belts, jewelry, hats, socks, and scarves. Maybe you’ll find a bargain! And there are collectibles, household goods, linens, knitting/sewing supplies, sports equipment, books, art, movies, music, art and school supplies, electronics, toys, and games.
Thrift Shop hours: Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Angie Ratkowitz’s Sermon at Diocesan Convention
Our own Senior Warden, Angie Ratkowitz, preached at the Diocesan Convention! Angie shared her story of learning to listen to God in scripture, and reaching out to listen to those around her. She shared our experiences with our listening campaign here at St. Peter’s, and our Going Local efforts. Hear and read her homily at: http://dioceseofnewark.org/content/sermons-opening-eucharist-convention
Going Local at St. Peter’s: As we continue on the journey of meeting God in our neighborhoods, our Going Local Team is encouraging all members of the congregation to engage in conversation with neighbors, friends, and strangers wherever we find ourselves this summer. To get you started, you can find great questions for conversation here: While you’re there, browse the StoryCorps site and listen to some interviews to be inspired about the power of peoples’ stories. You can listen to an interview of Deb Coonce here, and Rev. Elizabeth here: