Saint Peter's Episcopal Church
 
 
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Week of April 28, 2019
Date posted: Mon, Apr 29th, 2019

In your daily devotions this week pray for the Anglican Communion of Japan; the members and ministry of the Committee on the Priesthood; the ministry of the Diocesan Staff; the members and ministry of the Clergy Sabbatical Fund Committee; Carol Ann Pepe, Archdeacon; Diane Nancekivell, Dean; and Jayne Oasin, Karen Lewis, John Frederick, Virginia Sheay, Frederick Baldwin, George Campbell, Jack David, Matthew Engleby, Johan Johnson, William Johnson, Michael Morgan, Richard Ottaway, Wectnick Paul, Leslie Smith and Mary Stone, priests of our diocese.

The Flowers on the Altar are given to the greater glory of God and in loving memory of James and Inez Hutton, parents of Debbie Banecker; Alma and Harry Banecker, in-laws of Debbie Banecker; Mary and Alan Haus, parents of Gretchen Campbell; Samuel and Thelma Campbell, parents of harry Campbell and Frank Seidenwand, father of Judy Croll..

Start cleaning out those closets because the St. Peter's Rummage Sale is coming! Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 4th from 7:30 am – 12 noon. We need help with setting up during the week before, the day of the sale and cleaning up at noon. The leftover items will be taken to Good Will and we need vehicles to help with that too. There are sign-up sheets in the Narthex (on the round table) for volunteers. We're happy to give community service hours for high school and college students and Scouts.

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 on the table in the narthex 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.

Lenten/Easter Adult Forum resumes next week - Our Adult Forum, Life Transformed: The Way of Love in Lent and Easter, resumes on Sunday, April 28 and will hold its concluding meeting on Sunday, May 5. Both sessions meet in Moore Memorial Chapel from 9-10am.

Acme and ShopRite cards are once again for sale following all services. Purchasing your groceries with our cards supports the ministry of Redemption School in Gonaives, Haiti. Thank you.



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