Sermon for September 13, 2020

The sermon for the Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost is from Romans 14:1-12. We are excited to have Anthony Gaboton as our preacher. You can watch the sermon here.

Anthony Gaboton Jr received his preachers’ license from Brown Memorial Baptist Church in Brooklyn, NY where he worked as a youth minister and was also a resident chaplain at New York Methodist Hospital. He is currently at St. Peter’s discerning ordination in the Episcopal church, where he has been attending since 2018. He is a newer resident of Richmond Hill and works in marketing. Anthony holds a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary in New York, where he learned under the tutelage of black theologian James Cone, and a Masters of Theology from Emory University in Atlanta.

We meet on Zoom at 12 noon each Sunday. We’d love to have you join us. Send us an email and we’ll send you the Zoom link.

St. Peter’s Weekly Announcements

For more information on our programs and to volunteer please email us.

FOOD DISTRIBUTION and the FOOD BANK take place on the first and third Wednesday of each month. Food is available for pick up at 8:30 am on the Wednesdays.

BIBLE STUDY via Zoom each Wednesday at 7:00 PM hosted by Daniel and Lindsay.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM.

PLEDGE: you can keep up on your pledge to the church in two ways during this time:  1. By sending a check to the church at 1719 N. 22nd St., Richmond Virginia, 23223 or our post office box at St. Peters, Church Hill PO Box 38754 Henrico, Virginia. 23231–9998.  2. Or giving online through the donor dash box on this website.

EVERGREEN CEMETERY CLEANUP: Volunteers from St. Peter’s participate in cleanup at this historic East End cemetery one Saturday a month. Dates and times are posted on our Facebook page.

THE SHARING CIRCLE is an opportunity for us to share our resources in needs with each other during this pandemic. Olivia Brown is the contact person for the sharing circle.

St. Peters has started a sharing circle during this time of the coronavirus where we can connect parishioners who need things with those who can make them available. For example, if you need transportation, someone to run an errand for you, toilet paper, or advice on how to get something, we can connect you with someone in the parish who will provide those things. If you are in threat of eviction from your home or rental habitat,we would like to know and may be able to provide some assistance. Likewise, if you have something to offer like you can give a ride to someone, pick up groceries, want to host a zoom meeting for a craft activity that can be done while we are shut in, like cooking, baking or book club, feel free to let us know. Deacon Karla Hunt is available for pastoral needs if you would like a phone call to stay in touch, prayers by telephone, or something else. The sharing circle is open to all parishioners. If you’d like to participate with a request or with an offer, please contact Olivia Brown. All REQUESTS ARE CONFIDENTIAL.