On September 16 at 2 p.m., we will have an Open House with reminiscences from people who were part of St. Peter’s in those early days as well as people who were there when the Church came in through the Canal, and there will be a dramatic presentation of the Yankee Magazine article from June 1967. In addition, there will be a variety of music from our talented St. Peter’s musicians. Jams and jellies will be available for purchase as will the wooden representations of St. Peter’s. And of course there will be delicious refreshments!
On September 29 at 6:30 p.m., our Bishop, The Rt. Rev. Alan Gates, will make his first visit to St. Peter’s for the Service of Rededication. We look forward to welcoming him to St. Peter’s and to a great time of remembering the past and dreaming the future. Fabulous music to sing and listen to – sharing in the Eucharist – blessing of a number of the significant items and places in the church – and again delicious refreshments!
“I want a little white church ... a country church ... a friendly little church on which the doors will always be open ... a church where people will want to come in and stay a while.”
~ The Rev. J. Samuel Stephenson, VOX POP radio broadcast