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Advent & Christmas Schedule
Sunday, December 10, 11:30 am to 12:30 pm - God's Story through Poetry & the Prophets. So much of the story of Christ’s birth is grounded in the poetry and prophets of the Old Testament. As part of this larger series, delve into these texts with the Very Rev. Dr. Michael DeLashmutt that tell the larger story of Israel, the Messiah and God’s salvation for the whole world.
Sunday, December 17, 10 am service - The No-Rehearsal Christmas Pageant! Everyone is a character the Nativity. All you have to do is show up! We'll have costumes to don, lines to be read, songs to be sung as we inhabit the Story.
Sunday, December 24, 10 am - Advent IV Service
Sunday, December 24, 5 pm - Christmas Eve Service
Monday, December 25, 10 am - Christmas Day Service
Food Pantry Toiletries Drive Through December 10. We often take for granted being able to afford basic necessities like shampoo, toothpaste, and feminine products that others struggle to get. Pick up an extra product when you’re at the store and drop it off in the box in the foyer for our neighbors in need. For more info, contact Lucia Huddleston at email@example.com.
The Advent Journal Are you looking for a way to meaningfully engage with this Advent season? Pick up the Advent Journal in the back of the sanctuary or on our website, compiled and written by our very own Rachel Rim, that combines prayer, scripture, reflection and prompts inspired by our weekly Advent themes of hope, peace, joy and love.
God's Story, Our Story: Poetry and Prophets Sunday, Dec 10, taught by the Very Rev. Michael DeLashmutt. So much of the story of Christ’s birth is grounded in the poetry and prophets of the Old Testament. As part of this larger series, delve into these texts that tell the larger story of Israel, the Messiah and God’s salvation for the whole world.
God's Story, Our Story 2024 Dates This year, we are delving into the Story of God by getting to know the Bible better! The Very Rev. Michael DeLashmutt from General Theological Seminary and our wonderful priest associate will give a birds eye view of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and we'll reflect on the larger themes of Scripture for our lives and the world. 2024 dates: February 4 (Synoptic Gospels); February 25 (John); March 3 (Acts); April 7 (Letters); May 5 (Revelation).
St. Peter's Saturdays at the Food Pantry! Join us for special volunteer Saturdays at the Food Pantry on the following dates from 9:30-11:30 am: January 6, February 3, March 2, April 6, May 4, June 1. Let's love and serve our neighbors! RSVP to Brian Wexler, Interim Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org for those dates or any Saturday the Food Pantry is open.
St. Peter's Chorale will be back for Advent! We plan to sing during worship on Sunday, December 10th and will aim to practice about 2-3 times. If you can carry a tune, we’d love to have you participate! Please email Beeca Lin (email@example.com) with your interest and availability.
Senior Glo + Noonday Prayer, Wednesdays, 11:30-12:15 pm This series provides an opportunity for seniors 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. The sanctuary will also be open for meditation and prayer till 1 PM. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women's Group 6:30 pm in the rectory (on break for the holidays). Contact Caitlin Mitchell at email@example.com.
Journeying together in group spiritual direction
Concert and conversation with rapper JP Reynolds
Learning to prayerfully listen and discern God's presence at Family Table