We come as we are, young and old, dressed as we like, some cradle Episcopalians, others newcomers, some from different traditions or no tradition, as families, as partnered, as individuals, believers, searchers, and skeptics alike. All are welcome.
Services at 8:00 and 10:00am Sundays. Please join us.
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Services at 8am and 10am
Next Sunday, June 4th is Pentecost. Please wear red as we celebrate the birth of the church. The Rev. Louise Howlett will be preaching.
Prayers for Safe Travels
Our prayers are with Haley Spitzfaden as she travels June 12th to Kiev, Ukraine, for a Conference for the Global Union of Scientists for Peace.
This Conference entitled, "Science and Peace: Proven Solutions to Violence and Global Conflict," will showcase innovative, evidence-based solutions to the ongoing problems of violence and conflict in Ukraine, Europe, and throughout the world. Haley, we are proud of you! Safe travels!
You are invited!
Anyone who is curious about Education for Ministry (EfM) is invited to join this year's group in a special Open House session to be held on Sunday, June 4, at 11:30 a.m. We will have coffee and refreshments available so just stop by the parlor in the Old Parish House right after the 10 a.m. services. You are welcome to participate with group members or sit and observe. Come check us out! An RSVP is not required but we'd love to know ahead of time that you are interested in attending. For more information, contact Marilyn Weir at 924-3405 to .
Lector training June 11th
The training begins at 11:30am after the 10am Sunday service in the church. If you are interested in being a lector, please contact the office, 924-3202.
Peterborough Food Pantry
Current Needs: tuna fish, canned fruit, coffee and basic toiletries.
In our continued mission to support the Peterborough Food Pantry the current needs are for Healthy Food Items that are low sugar, low sodium, gluten-free, and organic to help address the special dietary needs of many of the constituents who have chronic illnesses and dietary restrictions. Fresh fruits/vegetables are needed. Please drop off fresh items between 9am-12noon Monday-Saturday at the Pantry (25 Elm St.) As always all your donations are appreciated. For any additional questions regarding the Food Pantry please contact Madelyn Morris, our liaison.
Vacation Bible School- This summer, VBS returns July 31st-August 4th, hosted by the Methodist Church, in partnership with volunteers from the Congregational Church and from All Saints'. More information to follow.