This weekend’s blizzard continues and looks to make Sunday a another tough day to dig out, with treacherous driving Sunday morning. Let’s spend our morning in our homes, but not neglect praising God for His goodness. Our scheduled scripture readings for Dec. 1st are: Isaiah 2:1-5, Psalm 122, Romans 13:8-14, and Matt. 24:29-44. You may catch up on a sermon you may have missed by listening to an archived recording at: https://www.spreaker.com/user/giantkiller9
Check out sermons given by Fr. Michael Smith (and some of our guest speakers) on Spreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/user/giantkiller9
Planning for the future is hard when you’re still paying for the past! Listen—there’s a better way! Join this Financial Peace University group, and we’ll learn how to beat debt and make a plan for the future . . . together! Interested? Join us at Saint Peter’s Anglican Church at 6pm every Monday, Sep 9 – Sep 30, 2019. Sign up at https://www.fpu.com/1090702!
What is Holy Week?
In the church calendar, Holy Week is the week preceding Easter, beginning on Palm Sunday. The week includes several appointed days of special prayer and scripture reading, all focusing on the final week of Jesus’s life before His glorious resurrection on Easter. Continue reading
Youth of St. Peter’s (12 & over) – YOU (!) are invited to a special Lenten project on balancing social media and real-life relationships.
In this exciting six-week project (Mar. 10 – Apr. 14), we’ll discuss the ways in which Facebook, Instagram, texting and cell phones have changed our emotional, social and spiritual make-up. We’ll watch videos together and discuss good practices for maintaining contentment, intimacy, authenticity and compassion in a surprisingly lonely, plugged-in world. Whether you use these technologies or not, they are affecting your everyday friendships!
This is a great project for teenagers and adults alike; all St. Peter’s teens are invited to come, and friends are welcome. Fr. Michael and Michelle Magill will lead.