This parish is a rock and a steady beacon of God’s love in the heart of Charlotte. Like Peter, we are a symbol of unity and a sign of what is possible in God’s kingdom. I hope you’ll join me in celebrating the bright future of our shared mission and ministry.
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Fall formation will resume on August 25 and there are many exciting opportunities to learn and grow in your faith over the upcoming months at St. Peter’s. Keep a close eye on your eNews and Sunday leaflets for the most up to date information about how to get involved.
Please join us for the Ministry Fair and Time & Talent potluck luncheon on Sunday, August 25 to learn how you can use your time and your talents to make St. Peter’s a friendlier, more loving and more enjoyable place.
The Pride at St. Peter’s planning team has been hard at work making arrangements for Charlotte’s upcoming Pride celebration on Saturday and Sunday, August 17 and 18. We invite you to join us by volunteering your time and talents to make this year’s Pride the best it has ever been!
It is my pleasure to welcome Matt Williams as our 2019 Diocesan intern. I am grateful to each member of the staff for their commitment to this place. I hope you’ll join me in celebrating their talent and hard work.
Learn ways to become more involved with some of St. Peter’s organizations.
I recently returned from a 10-day pilgrimage with our youth. Our journey to London, Canterbury, Bayeux, Chartres, Normandy, and Paris was a spiritually enriching experience for all. The lives of the nine youth pilgrims and five adult pilgrims will be forever changed by this experience.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church has a long history of service in the Charlotte community and beyond. In support of the Stewardship Committee’s Time and Talent Campaign, the Outreach Ministry is asking you to prayerfully discern ways that you can give some of your time and talent to the many organizations that we serve who need your help.
Traveling with a group of people to another land, another culture, is always an adventure, but on a pilgrimage you do so with a common intention: To grow closer to God and one another. I am incredibly excited to invite you to join myself and Lyn Holt in May of 2020 as we lead an adult pilgrimage walking in the footsteps of St. Paul in Greece and Rome!
This Sunday, the nine members of our 2019 Pilgrim Class, their adult leaders and our Priest-in-Charge will receive the “Gifts of Pilgrimage,” outward and visible symbols and tools to enable these pilgrims to grow in grace and in their relationships with God and Jesus. As we walk this Holy Pilgrimage together through London, Canterbury, and Northern France we will concentrate on growing community and being present in each sacred place we visit.