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This series of five Wednesday evenings in the home of the Rev. Abigail Crozier Nestlehutt is for those who are interested in confirmation, reception, or reaffirmation when the bishop visits in June, or in learning more about the Episcopal Church and St. Pread more

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This series of five Wednesday evenings in the home of the Rev. Abigail Crozier Nestlehutt is for those who are interested in confirmation, reception, or reaffirmation when the bishop visits in June, or in learning more about the Episcopal Church and St. Pread more

  May 8, 2016 Margaret: religious reformer and peacemaker. Hildegard: theologian, writer, scholar. Elizabeth: server of the poor and sick. Catherine: mystic. Julian: anchoress and visionary. These women are examples of the breadth of our call to servread more

The Day of Pentecost Why do we call this day the “birthday of the Church”? To use what may seem to be an entirely irrelevant and possibly even inappropriate analogy, consider the Allied invasion of Normandy in World War II. The Allies managed to take read more

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The kids of St. Peter’s are readying their sponges! This Sunday, starting at 7:45 (the website’s “event engine” only lets us choose hours and half-hours, darn it),  bring your car (or your cars!) to church and they’ll be clread more

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Evensong, celebrated daily in the great cathedrals of England, is a service of music, Scripture and meditation. Though the choir and cantor sing nearly the entire service in dialogue, the beauty of the music and poetry allows the listener the opportunitread more

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Stay on after our June 5 Evensong or just meet on the Barn’s lower patio around 5:00 p.m. on June 5 for our annual potluck picnic, featuring the low-and-slow barbecue mastery of Alex Cross and his team. Bring a dish to share and a healthy appetite. Sundread more