What is a Christian man? There are as many answers to that question as there are Christian men. A parish community is more than a place to worship; it’s also a place to find friends, to ask and to give advice, to do a good day’s work, to tell fish stories, to share lunch and a cold beverage in a shady grove. Why not join us?
The Gathering of Men meets each Friday morning at 7 a.m. to share coffee, donuts, and conversation – no judging, and what happens in GoM stays in GoM.
The Bad Boys For Jesus – the BB4J – are not just “boys” – there are women among their number – but men of St. Peter’s comprise a solid, or perhaps we should say “commanding” majority. The BB4J care for St. Peter’s grounds and buildings: mowing, trimming, tree care, carpentry, all sorts of maintenance. They work regularly on Monday and Saturday mornings, and at other times as they need or want to; they will train! Their labors make St. Peter’s a more beautiful and welcoming place – but as important to the life of our community is the time the BB4J share with one another. Stop by on Mondays around lunchtime; you’ll see them on “their” benches in the Rector’s Grove, enjoying conversation, sandwiches, and maybe a cold beer before getting on with their days.
The Guild of St. Arnold is a hobbyist group that brews small batches of beer on the Hill for the enjoyment of all (over-21) parishioners. Do you homebrew? Would you like to learn how? Are you curious about what the latest brew is? Contact Brewmistress Jamie McArdle at email@example.com for more information.
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