Jerusalem–where three monotheistic faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam come together. Led by Dr. Fran Altvater, associate professor of art history at Hillyer College, we’ll look at the way each of these faiths used the space of Jerusaread more
Where does the line get drawn between policies and politics? How do we translate the morals and mores of Christianity in general and the Episcopal Church in particular into our daily lives and actions? How do attitudes and actions change over time againstread more
Diocesan Convention was held on 11/5. This Sunday, delegates Lynn Mander and Jeff Wrenn will be on hand to talk about what is happening in our diocese, what it means for St. Peter’s, and what the experience of being a Convention delegate is like. read more
This week, members of the Finance Commission will present a report on where we are midway through the fiscal year, outline where we need to go from here, and take questions. Please plan to join us in the Barn at 10:20 for this important update.
This Sunday at 10:20 in the Barn, Rob Maier, art history teacher at The Episcopal Academy, explores some of the architectural elements that make sacred spaces awe-inspiring and shares his experience co-teaching a class on designing sacred spaces to high sread more
On December 11, join Mark Nestlehutt in a conversation around the many types of prayer within the Anglican tradition and how they can be applied in our day-to-day lives. If I don’t have a “life of prayer”nor understand what it means thread more
The spring 2017 adult formation brochure is now available in both buildings and the parish office. Pick one up this weekend, and we’ll see you after the 9AM service on January 8!
This Sunday, 1/15, Mark Nestlehutt will lead an adult formation session called “The Episcopal Church’s Big Tent.” Over the past several decades, our church has been described as a “big tent” denomination. Are there advantages and disread more