Saint Peter's Episcopal Church
 
 
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Week of April 14, 2019
Date posted: Fri, Apr 12th, 2019

In your daily devotions this week pray for the Church of Jerusalem and the Middle East; the members and ministry of the Board of Missions; the Committee on Lifelong Christian Formation; the Task Force on Mission, Budget and Structure; and the Corporation for the Relief of Widows, Widowers and Orphans of Clergy; and James Kollin and Pervez Baig, priests of our diocese.

Christian Caring Center Easter Food Donations - The April food collection will focus on Easter dinner. Suggested items include canned vegetables, fruit cocktail, gravy mix, mashed potato mix, condensed milk, pie filling, pie crust, or canned ham. The Center is unable to accommodate fresh or frozen meat. Checks for a complete Easter dinner for one family may be mailed directly to the CCC or dropped off in the parish office. Suggested donation is $35, payable to the Christian Caring Center. Thanks for your generosity.

Agape Meal – April 18 at 6:30 pm - Please sign up in the narthex to bring: soup, cheese, bread, fruit juice, wine, or fruit. Any questions, please contact Beverly Scollay at 856-334-8734.

Maundy Thursday Foot-Washing: On the night before his death, Jesus washed the feet of his disciples, an act of humble service. The Maundy Thursday Foot-Washing reenacts this event, reminding each of us that we are to be servants to others. We are looking for twelve volunteers to represent the twelve disciples present at the original foot-washing. Please sign-up on the clipboard located on the narthex table.

Maundy Thursday Vigil at the Altar of Repose: The night before his betrayal and arrest, Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane, first telling his disciples: "I am deeply grieved, even to death; remain here and stay awake with me." (Matt. 26: 38b) The disciples fell asleep. In order that we might do what Jesus' closest friends could not, we invite you to spend one hour in Moore Memorial Chapel, keeping vigil over the Blessed Sacrament between the end of the Maundy Thursday Liturgy and the beginning of the Good Friday Liturgy. Please sign-up for the time you will keep vigil on the clipboard located on the narthex table.

We need small, wrapped candies for the Easter Egg Hunt that will be held after the 10:15 am service on Easter Day. Please bring these is in by April 14th and place them in the baskets in the Narthex or in the Sunday School wing. Thank you.

Lenten Adult Forum: Due to our observance of Palm Sunday and celebration of Easter, there is no meeting today. Our last two meetings will be on Sundays. April 28 and May 5 at 9 am in Moore Memorial Chapel.

ShopRite & Acme cards are available for purchase today, but will not be available next week.

Lenten Morning Prayer (only) continues Monday-Thursday this week at 9am in Moore Memorial Chapel.

St. Peter's Dines at Panera Bread at The Promenade on Tuesday, May 7 from 4-8pm. Join with other St. Peter's members and friends for a delicious meal and help support our shared ministry with Redemption School, Haiti. Panera Bread will donate 20% of net Eat-In orders placed at the counter (no kiosk use, please) when the customer presents either the paper flyer provided in today's bulletin or a virtual flyer (see St. Peter's website & Facebook). Should you prefer to place an online Pick-Up or Rapid-Delivery order, please use the code: PRFUND.

Rectory Grounds Clean Up Day will be Saturday, May 11, 900 AM - 100 PM. All work will take place at the Rectory. Please bring chainsaws, pole saws, loppers, rakes, blowers, shovels, and work gloves. Also need adult supervisors to help at the event please - so even if you cannot do heavy labor, you can still help! If we get heavy rain, our Rain Date will be Saturday, May 18, 2019, same times. Thank you! John Colaianni 609.792.4055 (call / text)

Are you ready to ride? UrbanPromise's Pedal for Promise is coming May 11, 2019 to Burlington County. So get your bike ready and ride with purpose to bring quality Christian education to Camden's youth. The 12, 30, or 62 mile loop is perfect for the novice to the road warrior. There are well stocked rest stops, SAG support on the road, and a fun lunch at the end. Create a church team or ride as a family or individual. Visit the website to register: www.urbanpromiseusa.org/pedal. Contact Jennifer Giordano, Church Relations Director, if you have any questions: jgiordano@urbanpromiseusa.org or 856-382-1864.



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