Saint Peter's Episcopal Church
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Week of March 10, 2019
Date posted: Fri, Mar 8th, 2019

In your daily devotions this week pray for the Anglican Church of Congo; The Episcopal Church of Princeton University; the Episcopal Campus Ministry at Rutgers; the clergy and lay deputies of the 235th Diocesan Convention; the ministry of priests; and Kevin Moroney, Angela Cipolla, Robert Counselman and Glenn Druce, priests of our diocese.

The Sanctuary Candle is given to the greater glory of God and in loving memory of Paul Lusk, father of Dave Lusk.

March food drive - Suggested donations for March include baby food, formula, peanut butter, jelly, and canned soup. 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.

Seniors On A Roll (SOAR) will meet this Tuesday, March 12th at 12:30 pm. The Rev. Henrietta Lavengood will speak with us about "Dealing with Loss", something we have all experienced. Refreshments will be provided. Everyone is welcome.

Don't miss the 10th year of Lent Madness. This is based on basketball's March Madness only we use saints or holy people from our past and from modern times as well. You can find out more about this interesting Lenten exercise by going to or you can pick up a Saintly Scorecard book in the narthex. Watch our Lent Madness poster to see the saints who advance to the next round or who are eliminated each day. Who will win the Golden Halo? We will find out on Spy Wednesday (the Wednesday of Holy Week).

Please note there is no Wednesday Bible Study this week.

Lenten Adult Forum begins Sunday, March 10 at 9am in Moore Memorial Chapel: Life Transformed: The Way of Love in Lent & Easter. This Lent, our Presiding Bishop invites us to walk with Jesus in his Way of Love and into the experience of a transformed life. Together, we will learn to "Turn, Pray, Learn, Bless, Rest, Worship and Go forth into the world for Christ. Led by Deacon Ken.

Lenten Morning and Evening Prayer: Members of St. Peter's read Morning and Evening Prayer in Moore Memorial Chapel on weekdays throughout the season of Lent. Morning Prayer is read Monday-Friday at 9am. Evening Prayer is read Monday-Thursday at 7pm. Please join us.

Walk the Stations of the Cross, Friday nights in Lent at 7 pm. During this devotional practice, we prayerfully experience fourteen events drawn from the Gospel accounts of Jesus' Passion. This half-hour service takes place in the church.

ShopRite & Acme cards are available for purchase after all services. Thank you for your continued support of the students of Redemption School, Haiti.

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