Spiritual Formation with the St. Peter's Community
Looking for community and prayer? Our midweek and post-service gatherings are designed to create space and grace as we come together around the transforming presence of Christ.
Family Table: January 19, February 2, March 2, 6:30-8:30 pm We’re building on the success of our “Family Table” series last fall and opening it up for more people to participate in this powerful practice. It’s a time to slow down, break bread (i.e. charcuterie!) together and engage in the practice of "group spiritual direction." This is a simple, prayerful way of listening & supporting without judging or trying to fix. Choose a night and rsvp to Lisha at email@example.com.
Being Christian: January 22 to February 12, 11:30-12:30 pm He’s back! The Very Rev. Dr. Michael DeLashmutt will be leading a 4-week post-service class based on the wonderful book by former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams on the four essentials that every Christian regardless of denomination holds in common: baptism, Bible, prayer, Eucharist. Recommended for everyone whether you’re a long-time Christian or a seeker. This class will be a requirement for those seeking confirmation/reception into the Episcopal Church. Questions? You can contact Michael at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Tuesday: Women's Group @ 6:45-8:30 pm Nourish your soul by gathering with a wonderful group of women during the week! Join our weekly women's group hosted by Nhaca Schulze that meets at St. Peter's Rectory. We share a meal, reflect on how God is at work in our lives, eat, drink and pray together. This fall, we're focusing on spiritual practices that help us open up to the transforming presence of God. For more info, contact Nhaca at email@example.com.
Wednesday: Yoga + Noonday Prayer, 11:30-12:15 This series provides an opportunity to explore movement as a spiritual practice. Led by Lisha Epperson, St. Peter's Pastoral Associate, former dancer of Dance Theater of Harlem and long-time student of yoga. Yoga will be from 11:30-12 and Noonday prayer from 12-12:15 in St. Peter's Sanctuary. Come for one part or both. It is FREE and open to the public. All ages welcome. The sanctuary will also be open for meditation and prayer till 1 PM. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BBQ in St. Peter's Garden
Summer Nights @ New York Philharmonic in Central Park
A beautiful, vulnerable series on the body during Lent, "Jesus, Re-member Me"
Group photo with the Epiphany Evenings crew!
God Speaks Through Wombs: Advent Gatherings with Hope Church East Village