Clergy Staff & Leaders

Partnership with St. Peter's Livingston Thrift Shop

We have begun a short-term agreement with the St. Peter's Livingston Thrift Shop.  All proceeds from the Shop will be used as outreach ministry donations determined by a Committee made up of Thrift Shop representatives and Holy Spirit leaders.  For more information, visit the Shop's website or email the manager.  To read the complete details in a letter from Father Jerry and our Churchwardens, click Thift Shop Logo or scroll down.

Heavenly Finds Thrift Shop Reopens

Tuesday, September 13

After being closed since mid-August (getting ready for your visit), our Thrift Shop, located in Livingston, reopens on Tuesday, September 13 from 10am to 2pm.  For more information visit https://www.heavenlyfinds.org/.  We hope you are aware that in the Fall of 2021 we partnered with the St. Peter's Livingston (now named Heavenly Finds) Thrift Shop; to learn more, click here.

Heavenly Finds Thrift Shop Open

Tuesday, September 20

Our Thrift Shop, located in Livingston, is open nearly every Tuesday from 10am to 2pm and accepts donations any time except Monday afternoons and Tuesday mornings.  For more information visit https://www.heavenlyfinds.org/This partnership began in the Fall of 2021 and we are thankful that because of this ministry, we are able to support many organizations and worthy causes.

Vestry & Staff Christmas Dinner

Monday, December 12

Vestry & Staff Members, plus their significant others, are invited to the home of the Rector for a Christmas reception.  No Vestry Meeting, no agenda, no motions!  Just fun and fellowship!

***ONLINE*** Vestry Meeting

Monday, November 14

The Vestry typically meets on the second Monday of the month, and has been doing so via Zoom duing the pandemic.  We will gather online on Monday, November 14 at 7:30pm via Zoom to pray together, discuss the business of the church and enjoy each others' company.  An email will be sent with logon information.

***ONLINE*** Vestry Meeting

Monday, October 10

The Vestry typically meets on the second Monday of the month, and has been doing so via Zoom duing the pandemic.  We will gather online on Monday, October 10 at 7:30pm via Zoom to pray together, discuss the business of the church and enjoy each others' company.  An email will be sent with logon information.

Prayer Shawl Ministry Gathers

Wednesday, August 24

On Wednesday, August 24 at 1pm a small group will gather to meditate and knit.  This is a spiritual practice that benefits the practitioner and those gifted with these sacred mantles.  This ministry is nondenominational and open to anyone who is seeking to step away from their daily stresses with an alternative form of meditation.

Prayer Shawl Ministry Gathers AT AN OFF-SITE LOCATION

Wednesday, August 10

On Wednesday, August 10 at 1pm a small group will gather to meditate and knit.  This is a spiritual practice that benefits the practitioner and those gifted with these sacred mantles.

Due to renovations of our Fellowship Hall and Lower Level, this meeting will take place at the home of one of the members of the group.  Please email Rev. Katherine for additional information.

Prayer Shawl Ministry Gathers IN LOWER LEVEL

Wednesday, July 27

On Wednesday, July 27 at 1pm a small group will gather to meditate and knit.  This is a spiritual practice that benefits the practitioner and those gifted with these sacred mantles.  This ministry is nondenominational and open to anyone who is seeking to step away from their daily stresses with an alternative form of meditation.  Due to painting of our Fellowship Hall, this meeting **WILL** take place in our LOWER LEVEL.

Fellowship Hall Getting a Facelift

And so it begins...

Thanks to the generosity of parishioners John Trapp and John Redd, our Fellowship Hall is getting a facelift.  We are grateful to John and John for their gift of time and talent!  For the next several weeks, please be aware that meetings *may* be relocated and access to this room *may be* be limited.  If you are available to assist with this or any other Buildings and Grounds project, please speak with John Trapp.

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