With great joy and excitement, your Vestry announces that the Reverend Jacob E. Pierce has accepted our unanimous call as Priest-in-Charge to lead us through this time of transition and discernment, and into the bold future we all envision for St. Peter’s.
Learn more about St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge Process by review this FAQ.
The Bishop Diocesan of North Carolina, the Right Reverend Samuel S. Rodman, announces his consent for the selection of the Reverend Jacob Pierce as St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge.
A letter from St. Peter’s Vestry concerning the selection of the Reverend Jacob E. Pierce as St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge.
A letter from the Reverend Jacob E. Pierce concerning his selection as St. Peter’s Priest-in-Charge.
Pride Events this Weekend (August 18 and 19). Fall programs and formation opportunities begin Sunday, August 26. Plus much more inside.
Pride 2018. “Without apology or condition, we believe that all people literally means all people.” – from our Parish statement on Welcome, Inclusion, and Belonging
We hope you will join us this Sunday for brunch after the 10:45 a.m. service in the Parish Hall to learn more about Kanuga. There is a suggested donation of $10 to support scholarships for Kanuga. The brunch will include what makes Kanuga so great: fellowship, food, and a little renewal.
Join the parish family for a brunch fundraiser for Kanuga this Sunday. Please all the news from St. Peter’s this week.
After a brief respite following our tour in June to Washington, D.C., the Choir School at St. Peter’s is gearing up for another season of singing. Some of our returning choristers will continue in the same choir in which they were singing last year. Some will be embarking on their first year in a new choir – Town Choir choristers moving to Tour Choir, Tour Choir choristers becoming MasterSingers – and we will welcome many new young singers into the Choir School program.