St. Peter's Episcopal Church
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Sunday Worship: Services at 8 and 10 am.
Nursery: open for children through 3 years of age, 8:45 - 11:30 am.
Children & Youth Sunday School: resumes Sunday, August 20 at 9 am,
as children and parents gather in classrooms.
Adult Sunday School: resumes Sunday, September 17 at 9 am in the Conference Room.
Adult Forums: resume Sunday, September 17 at 11:30 in the Parlor
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Signup and Save the Date for Parish Breakfast!
Sunday, September 10, at 9 am
We'll gather in the Parish Hall for eggs, grits, hash browns, bacon, sausage, and fruit - sign up here!
(Breakfast is free of charge; free-will offerings welcomed to offset costs.)
Don't miss out on upcoming events at St. Peter's:
Tuesdays at 7 pm in the Chapel
The participant's aim is to be present to the Lord, to "consent to God's presence and action
during the time of prayer." Thomas Keating
As the front door to our Parish Office is often locked in the evenings,
please use the door in the back of the education building.
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St. Peter's Kilometers 5K/10K Race and Kids Fun Run:
Calling All Runners, Walkers, Sponsors, and Volunteers!
The 5th running of the St. Peter's Kilometers 5K/10K race and Kids' Fun Run is scheduled for the morning of Saturday, October 14, beginning at 8:15 am, and we need your help:
All proceeds from the race will go to support Family Promise (a.k.a. Interfaith Hospitality Network), a local non-profit organization that works to alleviate homelessness among families with children by providing emergency shelter, meals, and comprehensive support; and Heads Up Guidance Services (H.U.G.S.), a local non-profit organization providing professional counseling and vocational guidance to all who desire growth, specifically targeting disadvantaged citizens.
To walk or run, sign up here.
To volunteer or to become a race sponsor, or if you have any questions, please contact race directors
Jim Brawner at 912. 257.9680 or Ann Searcy 912.604.1817.