Author: Marjorie Miller

Advent and Christmas Activities at St. Peter’s

Advent and Christmas Activities at St. Peter’s

The season of Advent begins on Sunday, December 1. See what’s going on at St. Peter’s during this season and on into Christmas.

December 1, 9:00 am, 5:30 pm, First Sunday of Advent

December 8, 9:00 am, 5:30 pm, Second Sunday of Advent

December 15, 9:00 am, 5:30 pm, Third Sunday of Advent

December 21, 9:00 am – 1:00 p.m. Advent Quiet Day

December 22, 9:00 am, Fourth Sunday of Advent
                         10:00 am, Greening of the Church
                          5:30 pm, Festival Service of Lessons and Carols

December 24, 8:00 pm, Christmas Eve, Festive Candlelight Eucharist with Choir

December 25,10:30 am, Christmas DayFestive Eucharist for the Nativity of our Lord
                          12:30 pm Community Christmas Meal

December 29, 9:00 am, Christmas I, Holy Eucharist

January 5, 9:00 am, Christmas II, Holy Eucharist

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Daily Meditations from Richard Rohr

Daily Meditations from Richard Rohr

In his daily meditations, Richard Rohr mines the depths of his Christian tradition through his Franciscan and contemplative lens. You can receive these meditations in your inbox each day. Each week builds on previous topics, but you can join at any time. Sign up here. You can discontinue these emails at any time.

From his website:

One of Richard’s foundational convictions is that God—who is Love—is with and in us and all of creation. But we’ve been conditioned or taught to see ourselves as separate from God and each other. Contemplation opens our hearts to experience this union and become an embodied presence of healing and creativity in our world. As Quaker author and elder Parker Palmer suggests, ask these important questions: “What do we want to let go of? What do we desire to give ourselves to?”

Whether or not you identify as a Christian, Richard invites you to see the Christ—the unifying principle of wholeness at the core of the universe—in everything and everyone. What does it mean to be the Body of Christ, the cosmic and coming Christ, now and for the future?

Richard dives deep into this theme with 1-2-week segments over a full year. Every Saturday includes a summary of the previous week’s meditations and an invitation to contemplative practice. “Gateway to Presence” (at the bottom of each meditation) is an invitation to deepen your experience of reading that day’s reflection.

Please join our growing community of people finding support from these meditations in their daily lives. We offer them with our hearts full of hope that they will meet you where you are and provide a contemplative experience. Learn about contemplative prayer and other forms of meditation.

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