Memorial Service for the Rev. Marjean Bailey: As many of you know, last fall we mourned the loss of our founding Vicar, the Rev. Marjean Bailey. On April 29th, at 2:00 p.m., you are all welcome to a service to celebrate her life! Join her friends, family, and the Bishop for this very special memorial service for a very special woman. A reception is to follow after the service.
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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.
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WOW!! The 6th Annual Greater Manchester Londonderry CROP Hunger Walk was held on Sunday, October 15th – and what a great day it was! Thank you to everyone who donated and participated in the walk. Thank you for walking in solidarity with those locally and around the world who must walk to find food or shelter.
Hunger is one of the greatest injustices facing our world today, but it doesn’t have to be… you can feed our neighbors here and around the world! Join St. Peter’s Walk Team on Sunday, October 15th, for the Greater Manchester Londonderry CROP Hunger Walk. It is a very fun, family friendly walk to raise funds and awareness. Register online at https://www.crophungerwalk.org/londonderrynh.
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 30th year on Sept 9 and 10. Crafters display artwork such as pottery, glass work, hand painted wood, specialty foods, hand made jewelry, textiles, and much more.
“If you want to eliminate hunger, everybody has to be involved.” Bono
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