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Welcome to

St. Peter's Church

 

You will find, throughout this website, a community of people rooted in God’s love,

growing through God’s grace and reaching out to all.

We believe that everyone in life is on a journey, searching for meaning and a sense of belonging. Your journey, questions, and hopes are important to us.

This is what you will discover here at St. Peter’s:

a place of hospitality, joy and connectedness.

Whoever you are and wherever you find yourself on your journey,

our sincerest hope is that you will feel at home amongst us.

We give thanks that you have found your way to us and

invite you to come and see what’s happening here!

St. Peter's Church Community

Welcome Charlese Freeman!

We welcome Charlese Freeman to St. Peter's as our new Associate for Communication and Administration. Charlese replaces Jeanné Hannum, who was our interim administrator for the past year.  Charlese will be available in the office Mondays through Fridays, 8 AM to 4 PM.  If you happen to be in the building, stop by and introduce yourself.  Read more about Charlese HERE.

New Sunday Forum Starting February 19th

Starting in February, we will begin holding a Parish Forum on Sundays from 11:30 to 12:15 in the parish hall. Our first speaker will be Mary Wade, an author and scholar on Howard Thurman, who will both preach at the 10 AM worship and present a forum on Sunday, Feb. 19.   Click HERE for more details.

Shove Tuesday Pancake Dinner and Talent Show 

"Pal-entines" Dinner, February 26

St. Peter's Peeps will be holding a a "Pal-entines" Dinner to celebrate each other (our pals) on Friday, February 24th at 6pm in the Parish Hall.  Click HERE to find out more.

GIVE A PINT, GET A PINT Blood Drive at St. Peters 2

Mark your calendars: on Friday March 3rd 2:00 to 7:00 p.m. the GIVE A PINT, GET A PINT blood drive is coming to St. Peters!

Every 2 seconds someone in the United States needs blood, but only 3% of the population are blood donors. YOU can play a critical role in the treatment of accident and burn victims, patience with leukemia, cancer and sickle cell or those undergoing heart surgery and organ transplants. One blood donation can help up to three patients. Click HERE for details about the blood drive and how you can participate.

 Parish COVID Precautions

With the County Community level at medium, mask wearing indoors at St. Peter’s is highly encouraged, though not mandatory.  Learn more about St. Peter's COVID policy HERE.

Sunday Feb. 5, 2023, 10 AM
Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

Click HERE to live stream via Facebook
Click
HERE for the service leaflet.

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Secure Giving to St. Peter's
It is simple and secure. 
Click HERE to make an online contribution 
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St. Peter's Episcopal Church

654 N. Easton Road
Glenside, PA 19038

(215) 887-1765

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