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Paschal Candle Making – Observations from Rev. Adam Yates

by St. Peter's Staff

On Saturday March 10th we hosted a Paschal Candle-making workshop. Youth from area Episcopal parishes gathered at St. Peter’s to make Paschal candles for their parishes this Easter. Joining St. Peter’s were members of St. James’ Glastonbury and St. Stephen’s East Haddam. Please read the write-up by the Reverend Adam Yates of St. Stephen’s titled … Read More

Sunday June 4th – One Combined 9 AM Service

by St. Peter's Staff

Don’t forget that this Sunday, June 4th, we’ll only have one 9 AM service to celebrate Pentecost. After the service, we’ll have a parish “town hall” meeting in the hall to discuss the exciting future and our next steps to bring a new priest to St. Peter’s! Don’t forget to wear something red!

Kitchen Renovation Project Work Begins!

by St. Peter's Staff

Eversource completed their work to move the power lines from the back of the hall to the front. This allowed us to remove the power pole in the back of the hall, which was right in the way of the new kitchen addition. With that removed, the old oil tank moved, and the shed shifted … Read More

Christmas Message, 2016 from the Bishops of Connecticut

by St. Peter's Staff

Christmas Message from the Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut   December 24, 2016   What is that light so brilliant, breaking Here in the night across our eyes? Never so bright, the daystar waking,  Started to climb the morning skies!  What is the light so brilliant, breaking  Here in the night across our eyes?   Traditional … Read More

March 2016 Polish Dinner Supports HIHS

by St. Peter's Staff

Our Polish Dinner, which was served on March 19, 2016, helped raise funds for Hebron Interfaith Human Services (HIHS). You can read more about it in the April 15, 2016 Rivereast News Bulletin article in the Hebron section, or view the article below.

Spring cleanup update

by St. Peter's Staff

This year’s spring cleanup was a huge success. Everyone who showed up early was treated to a very good breakfast provided by the men from the B&G. We then broke off into two groups to tackle both our Buildings and Grounds. The last count was thirty volunteers of all ages. We had fifteen hard working ladies working in both the … Read More