Saint Peter's Episcopal Church
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Service Times

Saturday 5:00 PM
Saturday Eucharist
Sunday 7:45 AM
Traditional Eucharist
Sunday 10:15 AM
Choral/Praise and Worship   Eucharist
Monday - Friday 9:00 AM
Morning Prayer in Memorial   Chapel
Wednesday 10:00 AM
Healing Service

Worship Assistants
Monthly Calendar

Ministry Opportunities

Annual Report Booklet

Financial Report 2018 (2017)

Sunday School
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Funeral/Burial Planning

Memorial Garden/Chapel Agreement

Saint Peter's Church is a blessed community of Faith grounded in the power of God's transforming love, where Jesus Christ welcomes all to abundant life. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we follow Him in prayer and praise, study and service.
Week of September 22, 2019

In your daily devotions this week pray for the  Church of the Province of Uganda; the members and ministry of the Youth Council; the Finance and Budget Committee; the Sudan Committee; the Commission on Congregational Development; The Leadership Initiative Team and the Ecumenical Commission; and Frank Crumbaugh, priest of our diocese.

The Flowers on the Altar are given to the greater glory of God and in loving memory of Howard Denn, father of Brad Denn.

September food drive - Suggested donations for September include pasta, pasta sauce, and scanned pasta (e.g., spaghetti, spaghetti-o’s, ravioli, lasagna).. As always, other items are also welcome. Thank you very much for your continued support of our food drive for the people served by the Christian Caring Center.

Parish Clean-Up Day Saturday 9/28/2019, Start time: 830am  Please come when you are able.  Many hands make light work!  Volunteers are needed to help weed flower beds and trim bushes.  Please bring work gloves, weeding and pruning hand tools, loppers, and rakes.  Additional volunteers are needed to help clear the North side of our property.  Please bring wheelbarrows, shovels, chainsaws, loppers and a can-do spirit!  To sign up or with additional questions, please contact John Colaianni, call or text 609.792.4055 or

Our Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Sunday, September 29th, following the 10:15 service.  During this meeting, one of the agenda items will be to vote for our new vestry members.  We are currently seeking nominations for our vestry.  Please see the insert in the bulletin for some common questions and answers in case you are not sure what a vestry is or what it does. Please consider nominating yourself or someone else for the vestry by calling the church office, talking with Reverend Valerie, or any of the current wardens or vestry members.

IOT members are selling Acme & ShopRite Cards valued at $20.00, $50.00 and $100.00 in the narthex after every service. Funds raised through card sales help pay faculty salaries and support other needs at Redemption School in Gonaives, Haiti. St. Peter’s International Outreach Team (IOT) thanks you for your continued (or new!) support of this effort.  

Don’t throw away those calendars and greeting cards you are receiving in the mail this time of year.  We are collecting them and they will be packaged up and taken to local nursing homes for the residents to enjoy.  Our Journey to Adulthood class will make this their outreach project for the fall.  Please bring 2020 calendars and unused greeting cards to church by November 17th and place them in the basket in the Narthex.  Thank you for your support.

What does it mean to be an Episcopalian? Eight week Adult Study will begin on October 6 at 9:00 am in the Moore Chapel.  Everyone welcome.

Make a Joyful Noise – Multi-Faith International Day of Peace Musical Celebration, September 22 7-9 pm at the Protestant Community Church, 100 Stokes Road. 



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