Help Us Get Ready for the Apple Festival!
Baking for the Apple Festival has begun! We are always looking for helpers, both in the Parish Kitchen and from home. To volunteer, please contact Sue Cappucci (contact info available from the Parish Office). You can also help by donating baking supplies. Click here for the current wish list. Thank you for your support!
Camp Washington Summer Camp
Camp Washington is the Episcopal Church’s picturesque retreat center in the heart of Litchfield County, and has provided idyllic summer escapes for children and families for 100 years. There are still openings for kids ages 5 to 16 for this summer! Please visit campwashington.org for more info. Rev Kurt will be the chaplain for Teen Camp 2 in July.
Monroe Food Pantry
Remember your neighbors in need – Monroe Food Pantry list is here. Bring some items on Sunday!
Brody is a young St. Peter’s parishioner with a very rare genetic disorder called ALD. Find out how you can help him and his family by clicking here.
The Discipleship Project
St Peter’s invites its members to go on a journey together. The Project will help us build spiritual depth through Prayer, Worship and Service. Learn more: Discipleship Project 2017 (pdf)
St Peter’s Church School
Children and Youth are part of the life and spirit of St Peter’s Church. On Sundays during the school year, children ages pre-K to teen may attend Church School during the 10:15 Service. The classes help guide them as they learn about the faith and hear stories from the Bible.
Church School Classes:
Upstairs (in nursery classrooms):
- Beulah Land (PK – 1) telling the stories of our faith
- Godly Play (Grades 2 – 4) godly playing with the stories of our faith
Downstairs (in Memorial Room):
- Emmaus (Grades 5 – 9) discovering Jesus in our midst
Family Sundays are held on selected Sundays throughout the year. Instead of attending Church School, children join in the 10:15 service, which features a Children’s Sermon and a simplified Children’s Liturgy.
We ask that all church school families complete this brief registration form.
Adult Bible Studies
St Peters provides several opportunities throughout the year for adults for learn more about the Bible. Click here for our current study.
We have something for everyone. Whether you like to read, sing, knit, garden, build, cook, watch movies or talk, you can find a place to fit in at St Peter’s. Click one of the opportunities below or contact the church office for more information.
Lectors / Intercessors
St Peter’s Parishioners: Sign up to sponsor weekly altar flowers, communion wine or vigil lamp by clicking here.
June 25 - 3rd Sunday after Pentecost
8:00 Holy Eucharist I
9:30 Senior Choir rehearsal
10:15 Holy Eucharist II
No Church School during service
Click here for this week's lessons
During the Week
Sunday, 7pm: AA/Al-Anon
Mon, 7:30pm: AA Women's Group
Tues, 7:30pm: AA
Wed, 9:30am: Knit One, Pray Too
Wed, 12 noon: AA