St. John’s Church Hill (2401 E. Broad St.) will host a Service of Lament, Reconciliation, and Commitment on Saturday, August 17, at 5:00 p.m. This service will observe the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans at Jamestown and the lasting impact that slavery, Jim Crow, segregation, and white supremacy have had on our nation.
St. Peter’s choir, other members, and clergy will participate in the service.
This service is sponsored by the Central Richmond Region of the Diocese of Virginia. Bishop Susan Goff will be presiding. If you are interested in serving in worship or assisting with the reception that follows, please contact David Curtis.
Our annual crab feast will be held this year on Saturday September 7 from 3 to 6 p.m. in the gymnasium of the Peter Paul Development Center, 1708 N 22nd St,, across the street from the church. This is a family event. Proceeds benefit our outreach ministries in our neighborhood. Buy tickets today! »
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If you’d like to volunteer to help with the Crab Feast, speak to Danny Dean on Sunday, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you have certainly noticed, St. Peter’s is in the midst of a baby boom! We are working to create a nursery for our youngest children, and we need your help equipping the space. We are hosting a Church Nursery Shower during coffee hour on Sunday, August 11 (invitation is here). We hope you will join us to celebrate!
If you would like to bring a gift, we are registered at Target and Amazon. Search for First Name: St. Peter’s Last Name: Church Hill
Reaching friends and neighbors both old and new is our primary goal with our newly redesigned website. Our URL stays the same: stpeterschurchhill.org, but the website is brand new!
Our new website is mobile friendly and will allow us to expand and grow our online offerings.
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The Fairfield Court Bible Study is a monthly partnership with the Fairfield Court Tenant Council. St. Peter’s leads the bible study and joins with the tenant council to provide a delicious dinner.
Is this open to everyone in the community or just FC tenants?
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