We value community, and understand that it is sometimes hard to connect. We try to recognize when you want some space or want some company. Our hope is that you will free to simply be when you are with us.
Community ties are important to us. We celebrate our joys with each other, and support each other in times of sorrow.
While Covid has been raging through our communities, we still finds ways to connect with each other. Coffee hour, particularly on zoom, has been an important time for sharing. We check in about our weeks, sharing our triumphs, defeats and simply the ordinariness of our lives.
Now that we are worshiping in person again, we gather in the courtyard to share in conversation, but not yet with full food and drink.
St. Peter's Players
The St. Peter’s Players is an outreach theatrical group comprised of parishioners and professional actors alike that began several years ago with the reading of “Countess Cathleen” by W.B. Yeats. It starred parishioners from 10 years of age to 84.
Since that time, parishioners and newcomers alike have performed in readings and full stagings of “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder, “It’s a Wonderful Life,” “Arsenic and Old Lace," “The Mousetrap," "Feiffer’s People” by Jules Feiffer, and "Doubt."
You don’t have to be a St. Peter’s parishioner to be considered for a role. Interested? Contact Neva Hutchinson at nevahutchinson.com for more information.
Upcoming productions will be posted on our Events page.