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Brown Bag Book Club – “Holy Envy”

The Brown Bag Book Club will begin reading and discussing a new book ("Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others") on June 5 at noon, in the Saint Peter’s library. Please join us as we begin an exploration of other faiths and how to relate them to our own with the...

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SPARC to offer classes with Sheila Parsons

The Saint Peter’s Artists Collective (SPARC) is excited to add Sheila Parsons to its growing list of gifted art teachers scheduling art classes. Starting on June 12th, Sheila will teach a class in the basics of design in art. She will be working with watercolors, but...

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Stella & Friends: Jeff Aulgur

My best commander in the Army started every email with an acronym: BLUF. It took me a bit to figure out this meant "bottom line up front." So here is my BLUF: We are going to open talk about giving and stewardship. Our stewardship commitment, our giving, is what...

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Nonviolent Communication Practice Group

When? Mondays from 2-4pm, beginning June 3rd, 2019 Where? Morgan House, 1926 Prince Street Cost? $20.00 (cost of the textbook/workbook) (Scholarships are available, and childcare is available upon request.) Who? Led by Judy Helm, B.A. in English, retired teacher and...

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Balance Body & Soul

Have you ever stepped on an uneven surface and found your balance challenged? When you walk do you keep your head down and shoulders rolled forward? Do you wear your shoulders as earrings? Would you like to improve your posture and balance and restore inches to your...

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Study on the Letter to the Hebrews

On Wednesdays at 4:30 starting on May 1st, Saint Peter's clergy will be leading a discussion of the Letter to the Hebrews. Bring your Bible. May 8 - Chapters 1 and 2 May 15 - Chapters 3 and 4 May 22 - Chapters 5 and 6 May 29 - Chapters 7 and 8 June 5 - Chapters 9 and...

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Enneagram for Life, Work, and Relationships

The Enneagram is an ancient system used to explore differing patterns of thinking, feeling, acting, interacting, working, and leading. As we discover our Enneagram type, we can develop greater self-awareness, emotional resiliency, authenticity, and capacity to work...

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Labyrinth in the Neighborhood

Saint Peter’s is joining in the celebration of World Labyrinth Day by hosting a “Labyrinth in the Neighborhood” day of peace on Saturday May 4th, 1 to 4 PM. Marilyn Larson will be available to provide information, answer questions and guide parishioners and visitors...

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