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Monday thru Friday, June 19 – 23, 9am – Noon: St. Peter’s Vacation Bible School
“Passport to Peru: Discovering God’s Good Gifts”
Children ages 4 years to 4th grade participate; older children as helpers; teens as assistants.
An opportunity to explore, “God Sightings” in a different culture; to taste, smell, see, touch, and hear the
children of Peru and how we can help give them access to clean water. Open to all: $35 each child; scholarships available. Register your child or children now!
Don't miss out on upcoming events at St. Peter's:
Monday, June 12 through Friday, June 16, from 9 am - 12 pm: Music Academy Summer Music Camp
Children ages 6-12 will sing, practice piano-playing skills, play percussion instruments,
learn to improvise and read music. Open to all: $35 enrollment fee
Register your child or children now! Contact Tim McKee at Tmckee@stpeterssavannah.org. for more info.
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Evangelize like an Episcopalian!
Our Presiding Bishop, Michael Curry, has been inviting us all to join "the Jesus Movement," which centers on sharing of the Gospel to our hurting world. It's not easy for some of us to share the faith that is our anchor. Fortunately, help is on the way for those who shudder at the word "evangelism:" Three members of Presiding Bishop Curry's staff will be in Savannah to offer training on Saturday, June 24, 1 - 4 pm.
Even better for us: the training is right here at St. Peter's.
Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers Jeremy Tackett Carrie Boren Headington
The training will cover an array of ways, all true to our Episcopal way of being, in which we can share our faith with those we already know, both in person and on social media. One of the expressed desires of the congregation during the search process and one of the goals of the current vestry is to grow our church. Personal invitation is how that happens best. Register at no-cost, for Saturday, June 24, here.
Learn how to "proclaim the person and work of Jesus Christ, unceasingly and authentically, inviting all to embrace the beauty and joy of the Gospel." Read more background on what Episcopalian Evangelism is, here.