Members Email: May Highlights

Saint Peter's Church and Central Synagogue invite you to the 34th annual joint remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust. This year's guest speaker is Marty Brounstein, author of Two Among the Righteous Few

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Members Email of April 25, 2019

This week is like no other in the church year. As the (first) week of Easter, it is one of unrestrained praise of God for new life in Jesus Christ. I pray that, amidst all of what you may be experiencing this week, God is giving you a clear view of the promise of new life.

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Members Email of March 14, 2019

March 17 is the Second Sunday in Lent (Sunday’s are always celebrations of Christ’s Resurrection, hence are in not of Lent). In the Gospel (Saint John 3:1-17) Jesus begins renewing the promises of baptism in us.

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Members Email of February 21, 2019

While it’s not quite the end of this blessedly-long Time after Epiphany, it is the end, for quite a while, of “ordinary time” at Saint Peter’s. Put differently, this is the last ‘"green Sunday" until June 23, 2019. But what Jesus does with us this Sunday is anything but ordinary, nourishing us with himself and teaching us, in word and example, the hardest teaching of all: love your enemies. Through this Sunday’s liturgies, we pray for peace.

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Members Email of February 14, 2019

This Sunday, we join with the crowds to hear Jesus teach. The words will be familiar; they appear to be the Sermon on the Mount. We need to listen carefully. In Luke’s telling transformation of the whole society is here.  

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