St. Peter’s Fifth Annual Chili Chowder Cookoff Contest will be held on Saturday, March 30th, from 4:30 p.m. till 6:30 p.m. at the church located at 3 Peabody Row in Londonderry. 25 teams of cooks are expected to face off for bragging rights in this fundraising event. Net proceeds will go to support St. Peters’ and Hero Pups™.
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This week, start a Holy Lent at St. Peter's...
Thursdays - Lenten Bible Study: This Lent, St. Peter’s will focus on Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Way of Love initiative. For those, who are not familiar, this is the foundation of a Christian “Way of Life” centered upon seven principals: Turn, Pray, Learn, Bless, Rest, Worship, and Go. We will gather on Thursday evenings at 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, February 27th - 6:30p
Saturday, February 23rd - 7:00p
Come and watch the award winning documentary on the life and impact of Mr. Fred Rodgers and stick around afterwards for a brief discussion on how he has provided an example of Christian ministry in a secular context. (Free. Popcorn and Snacks will be Provided.)
Good Afternoon Friends,
It's has become crystal clear that the weather forecast for this evening and tomorrow morning is much too dangerous to expect anyone to travel for Sunday Worship. With that in mind, we will not open the church for worship tomorrow, January 20th.
A reminder, if you know someone who will not hear this announcement (email, website, Facebook or WMUR) please let them know. Also, if you or someone you know finds themselves in "non-emergency need" during the storm, please call my cell phone (203) 679-1002.
St. Peter’s, along with other area congregations, is participating in a fund-raising event to help provide emergency food supplies to those most in need in the greater Manchester through “The Outreach Program” and the New Hampshire Food Bank.
At the end of summer, on the weekend following Labor Day, an annual community tradition takes place on the grounds of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Londonderry NH. The Apple Country Craft Fair is in its 31st year on Sept 8 and 9. Crafters display artwork such as pottery, glass work, hand painted wood, specialty foods, hand made jewelry, textiles, and much more.
St. Peter’s newest wall hanging, The Tree of Life, was created by church member Virginia “Ginny” Guaraldi and occupies a prominent place in our church sanctuary. Here are a few words from its creator.
The most recent episode of the Priest Pulse Podcast (co-hosted by our own the Rev. Colin Chapman) is online. Join Colin and Ben as they talk to the Rev. Cn. Connor Gwin, Canon for Social Engagement and Christian Formation in the Diocese of Southwest Virginia, about how deconstructionism has affected discipleship and evangelism in the Episcopal Church.
Sermon from April 15th, 2018