Members Email of July 1, 2019

Saint Peter’s Church is closed from Thursday, July 4 through Saturday, July 6. There are no meetings or programs at the church during this holiday break. July 7 is the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost and on this day Jesus surprises his followers with the power they have through him to defeat the forces of evil in the world.

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Members Email of June 27, 2019

This Sunday at Saint Peter’s Church, we celebrate our name day by observing the Day of Saint Peter and Saint Paul (June 29). I was in Rome for this festival last year and found myself remarkably near the altar for the outdoor mass -- an up-close view of the liturgical celebration.

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Members Email of June 6, 2019

The Day of Pentecost, Easter’s 50th day, this Sunday, June 9, celebrates the gift of the Holy Spirit, the primary gift that is ours through Christ’s death, resurrection and ascension. It is the Spirit that creates faith, inspires love, and empowers courageous action in us…

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Members Email of May 16, 2019

On the Fifth Sunday of Easter, God’s people begin to hear about what it means to live a resurrected life. On this Sunday, we will particularly be giving God thanks for Edward “Sam” Hutcheson, who will be leaving our staff after 25 years of service on this day…

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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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