Independence Day and the Episcopal Church Two days after the Declaration of Independence was signed in Philadelphia the prominent Church of England congregation of Christ Church in downtown Philadelphia had a momentous decision to make. Their new rector was the chaplain to the first Continental Congress, that group who had just voted with no small
All who gather together for the Celtic Eucharist are welcome to join us for a light dinner in the Parish Hall directly after the end of the service.
A service of music and prayer dedicated to those whose lives have been touched by suicide: family members, friends, healthcare workers, police, social workers. We will remember all who have died by their own hand, acknowledge our collective reluctance to reach out to those who suffer, and stand in witness to Christ’s redeeming love for
Our Celtic worship, drawn from the liturgical traditions of Iona and Northumbria, combines meditative silence, simplicity of utterance, and the faithful commitment of care for the earth. This way of prayer of opening oneself to God’s love, God’s forgiveness, and God’s hope – to the fullness of God’s presence in our lives – is hundreds
The Vestry invites you to hear the recommendations of the Future Directions Task Force after the service. Worship is central to our life as a Christian community here at St. Peter’s Church and we provide several differing styles of services to appeal to a wide range of people. On Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. (10:00