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Brown Bag Book Club – The Universal Christ

The Brown Bag Book Club will begin reading and discussing a new book on October 2 at noon in the Saint Peter’s library (Room 1 of the Education Wing). Please join us as we begin Richard Rohr’s new book The Universal Christ. The New York Times bestseller, from one of...

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Call for Memorial Banners for All Saints Sunday

Saint Peter’s Imogene Chapter of The Daughters of the King will once again be hanging memorial banners to commemorate the lives of Saint Peter’s Saints as a part of our November 3rd All Saints Sunday celebration. Creating the banners brings back many wonderful...

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Confirmation Class starts Sunday, September 8!

Whether you're new to Saint Peter's or the Episcopal Church, or you come from some other faith background, or even if you're a "long-time" Episcopalian, the Confirmation Class may be for you. Classes will meet at approximately 12:30 pm, in the Ten Talks room, on the...

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The Book of Ruth

For the month of September, we will begin a study of the Book of Ruth on September 4th at 4:30pm in Room 6 of the Education Wing. We will cover a chapter a week. All are welcome. Here's the breakdown of chapters for Ruth: September 4 - Chapter 1 September 11 - Chapter...

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Registration underway for 2019-2020 EfM

NOTE: EfM registration has ended. We will meet every Thursday, from 6 to 8:30 pm, starting Oct. 3rd. Meeting location TBA. Education for Ministry (EfM) is a four year course of study for lay people designed to develop a deeper understanding of scripture and a stronger...

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Grief as a Journey

Grief is a universal occurrence, yet our reactions to that loss are distinct and individual. Everyone grieves loss in a unique way, and within their own time frame. Whatever you feel, it is no less worthy or valid than others around you. Deacon Linda Brown will begin...

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The Book of Esther

We will begin a study of the Book of Esther on July 17, at 4:30, in the "parlor" (Deacon's room). We will cover 2 chapters a week and conclude on August 14. After that, we will take a break until after Labor Day week. All are welcome. Here's the breakdown of chapters...

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The Dema Clark Collection – Where Art Meets Faith

The Gallery at Saint Peter’s is hosting a collection of artwork which explores the creative spirit of Conway artist, Dema Clark. Throughout the collection of pastel, oil and watercolor paintings, Dema demonstrates how her art has been strongly influenced by her faith....

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Caring for Creation: A What, Why, and How

To register for this class, click here. This summer Saint Peter’s will be partnering with the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas’ “Environmental Task Force” and with Jolyon Larson (MPA), a researcher from the University of Vermont, on a discussion based program called...

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