Sermon and Announcements for Jan. 17, 2021

We are now in the season of Epiphany. It began on Jan. 6th “The Feast of the Epiphany” when we celebrate that the Magi arrived and presented gifts to the Christ Child and that the good news that Jesus revealed God to all people.  The word “epiphany” comes from a Greek word meaning, “showing forth, appearance, manifestation, revelation.”  The season of Epiphany will end on Ash Wednesday, February 17 this year. We will then enter the season of Lent.

We continue to gather virtually by Zoom. If you would like to join us on Sunday, send us an email and we’ll send you the link.

The link to the sermon by the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White is here.

The Lessons and Discussion questions for this week are here. Please read the lessons and questions prior to our Zoom meeting on Sunday.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

PLEDGES for 2021: We’re excited to announce our stewardship pledge campaign for 2021. Here is a link to a letter from our Sr. Warden and Vestry. Your financial support of St. Peter’s mission is important.

PLEDGE: you can send in your pledge card to the church or send an email of intention to the church. 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 giving page on this website.

IN PREPARATION FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY and our discussion on January 17: Rev. Dorothy asks that we read and listen to the following.  My prayer is that our time for the next two Sundays will allow for sermons and dialogue that continues to strengthen our love of God and one another.

Please know that knowledge and awareness empower us to thrive individually and collectively.  My intent is to provide food for thought as we live through this challenging and unusual season.

Listen to A podcast: Un-mattered Lives by Bishop Rob Wright, Episcopal Bishop of Atlanta Read these two documents (PDF):

1.  The clergy letter that King responded to while in jail in Birmingham.
2. The Letter from a Birmingham Jail by MLK 

STAY TUNED for more information from our Interim Vicar, the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White, on an upcoming project of “Gift Bags of Social Justice”. This project is coming in January on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

PREACHING ROTA: This link will take you our preaching rota/schedule for the 1st quarter of 2021. Please keep our preachers in your prayers as they prepare.

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. Email Lindsay Goodrich to join.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Contact Nikki Fernandes to join.

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.

What is 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.

Sermons & Announcements for Jan. 10, 2021

We are now in the season of Epiphany. It began on Jan. 6th “The Feast of the Epiphany” when we celebrate that the Magi arrived and presented gifts to the Christ Child and that the good news that Jesus revealed God to all people.  The word “epiphany” comes from a Greek word meaning, “showing forth, appearance, manifestation, revelation.”  The season of Epiphany will end on Ash Wednesday, February 17 this year. We will then enter the season of Lent.

We continue to gather virtually by Zoom. If you would like to join us on Sunday, send us an email and we’ll send you the link.

Here is the link to the sermon by the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White.

Here is the link to the Lessons and Small Group Discussion Questions (PDF).

ANNOUNCEMENTS

PLEDGES for 2021: We’re excited to announce our stewardship pledge campaign for 2021. Here is a link to a letter from our Sr. Warden and Vestry. Your financial support of St. Peter’s mission is important. Pledge cards will be blessed on January 10th.

PLEDGE: you can send in your pledge card to the church or send an email of intention to the church. 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 giving page on this website.

IN PREPARATION FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY: Rev. Dorothy asks that we read and listen to the following.  My prayer is that our time for the next two Sundays will allow for sermons and dialogue that continues to strengthen our love of God and one another.

Please know that knowledge and awareness empower us to thrive individually and collectively.  My intent is to provide food for thought as we live through this challenging and unusual season.

Listen to A podcast: Un-mattered Lives by Bishop Rob Wright, Episcopal Bishop of Atlanta Read these two documents (PDF):

1.  The clergy letter that King responded to while in jail in Birmingham.
2. The Letter from a Birmingham Jail by MLK 

STAY TUNED for more information from our Interim Vicar, the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White, on an upcoming project of “Gift Bags of Social Justice”. This project is coming in January on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

PREACHING ROTA: This link will take you our preaching rota/schedule for the 1st quarter of 2021. Please keep our preachers in your prayers as they prepare.

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. Email Lindsay Goodrich to join.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Contact Olivia Brown to join.

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.

What is 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.

Sermon and Announcements for January 3, 2021

We are in the season of Christmas. It will end on January 6, the Day of Epiphany.

We continue to gather virtually by Zoom. If you would like to join us on Sunday, send us an email and we’ll send you the link.

 Here is the link to this Sunday’s sermon on YouTube.

 Here is the link (PDF) to the Lessons and Questions for Zoom Discussion.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

PLEDGES for 2021: We’re excited to announce our stewardship pledge campaign for 2021. Here is a link to a letter from our Sr. Warden and Vestry. Your financial support of St. Peter’s mission is important. Pledge cards will be blessed on January 10th.

PLEDGE: you can send in your pledge card and 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 giving page on this website.

STAY TUNED for more information from our Interim Vicar, the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White, on an upcoming project of “Gift Bags of Social Justice”. This project is coming in January on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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. Email Lindsay Goodrich to join.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Contact Olivia Brown to join.

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.

What is 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.

Christmas Eve Worship

Christmas Eve is such a special time in the life of individuals and churches. This is especially true for children. Our Christmas Eve worship and program includes many of the children of St. Peter’s. You can watch it here (YouTube) beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Christmas Eve.

Annoucements

We will not have our regular Zoom Worship and Coffee hour on Sunday, December 27. The Diocese of Virginia is providing a service of Lessons and Music that we invite you to join. The service will be available on December 27 beginning at 8:30 a.m. You can view the service on YouTube or on Facebook.

STAY TUNED for more information from our Interim Vicar, the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White, on an upcoming project of “Gift Bags of Social Justice”. This project is coming in January on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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. Email Lindsay Goodrich to join.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Contact Olivia Brown to join.

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.

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.

What is 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.

Sermon and Announcements for Dec. 20, 2020

We are in the season of Advent and December 20 is the 4th and last Sunday of Advent. Advent comes from the Latin word meaning “waiting”. During this season we are waiting for the 2nd coming of Christ and the celebration of the birth of Christ on December 25th. You can read more about Advent here.

We continue to gather virtually by Zoom. If you would like to join us on Sunday, send us an email and we’ll send you the link.

Here is the link to this Sunday’s sermon on YouTube.

Here is the link (PDF) to the Lessons and Questions for Zoom Discussion.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

STAY TUNED for more information from our Interim Vicar, the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White, on an upcoming project of “Gift Bags of Social Justice”. This project is coming in January on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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. Email Lindsay Goodrich to join.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Contact Olivia Brown to join.

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.

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.

What is 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.

Sermon and Announcements for Dec. 13, 2020

We are in the season of Advent and December 13 is the 3rd Sunday of Advent. Advent comes from the Latin word meaning “waiting”. During this season we are waiting for the 2nd coming of Christ and the celebration of the birth of Christ on December 25th. You can read more about Advent here.

We continue to gather virtually by Zoom. If you would like to join us, send us an email and we’ll send you the link.

The YouTube link for the Candle Lighting and sermon are found here.

The Lessons and Questions for Zoom discussion groups (PDF) are here.

ST. PETER’S WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS

For more information on our programs, to get a program link, and to volunteer please email us.

Thank you to everyone who is participating in the CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS FOR THE GROUP HOME. Due to the numbers of contributors we have established a time and place for ingathering these small gifts: please bring them by the Parish Hall on Sunday, 20 December, between 2 and 4PM. If this date doesn’t work for you, please let me know and we can make other arrangements. This large time slot is an effort to keep the numbers of people in a specific gathering small but in any event, we will be meeting you curbside so that you don’t have to get out of the car.

This Advent season, join Rev. Sarah and the St. Phoebe School for Deacons for Evening Prayer, Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. ET via Zoom. This is an opportunity to close the day together and open our hearts in anticipation with others around our diocese. Each week one of our diaconal postulants will lead this time of prayer and reflection so your presence is a support to their journey of formation. All are welcome to join the Zoom meeting at the following link: Zoom Link for Virtual Chapel

WATCH YOUR MAIL for information from the church. The mailing will ask us to verify or update or contact information. It will also include information on our 2021 “One Together Initiative” in stewardship. St. Peter’s is a blessed community full of people who are a blessing to so many others. We are excited to share with others.

DELIVERING MEALS: We are joining with River Road Baptist Church to have meals delivered to those in need. If you have someone you’d like to add to the list contact Ron Carey, Olivia Brown, LaVerne Taylor or Deacon Karla Hunt.

STAY TUNED for more information from our Interim Vicar, the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White, on an upcoming project of “Gift Bags of Social Justice”. This project is coming in January.

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. Email Lindsay Goodrich to join.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER is offered on the second and fourth Saturday at 3:00 PM on Zoom. Contact Olivia Brown to join.

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.

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.

What is 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.

Sermon and Announcements for Dec. 6, 2020

We are in the season of Advent and December 6 is the 2nd Sunday of Advent. Advent comes from the Latin word meaning “waiting”. During this season we are waiting for the 2nd coming of Christ and the celebration of the birth of Christ on December 25th. You can read more about Advent here.

We continue to gather virtually by Zoom. If you would like to join us, send us an email and we’ll send you the link.

The sermon and Advent candle lighting prayers can be found here on YouTube.

Here is the link to the Bible readings and questions for discussion (PDF).

ST. PETER’S WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS

For more information on our programs, to get a program link, and to volunteer please email us.

Thank you to everyone who is participating in the CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS FOR THE GROUP HOME. Due to the numbers of contributors we have established a time and place for ingathering these small gifts: please bring them by the Parish Hall on Sunday, 20 December, between 2 and 4PM. If this date doesn’t work for you, please let me know and we can make other arrangements. This large time slot is an effort to keep the numbers of people in a specific gathering small but in any event, we will be meeting you curbside so that you don’t have to get out of the car.

LEGACY HOSPICE CARE is in need of volunteers to provide companionship and services for their hospice patients. These are some of the things that volunteers can do:

Window visits with facility patients.

  • Window visits with facility patients.
  • Telephone calls to patients that are in need of companionship
  • Making lap blankets for those that are in a wheelchair
  • Making prayer shawls or a prayer beads
  • Lawn care for patients and families that are not physically able
  • Making cards for the facility patients that have no family or families that are not local.

If you are interested in helping or need more information please contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the volunteer coordinator at Legacy Hospice.

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.

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.

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.

What is 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.

Sermon and Announcements for Nov. 29, 2020

Here is the link to the sermon by the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White for this 1st Sunday of Advent.

Here is the link to the Lessons and Discussion Questions.

ST. PETER’S WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS

For more information on our programs, to get a program link, and to volunteer please email us.

LEGACY HOSPICE CARE is in need of volunteers to provide companionship and services for their hospice patients. These are some of the things that volunteers can do:

Window visits with facility patients.

  • Window visits with facility patients.
  • Telephone calls to patients that are in need of companionship
  • Making lap blankets for those that are in a wheelchair
  • Making prayer shawls or a prayer beads
  • Lawn care for patients and families that are not physically able
  • Making cards for the facility patients that have no family or families that are not local.

If you are interested in helping or need more information please contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the volunteer coordinator at Legacy Hospice.

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.

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.

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.

What is 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.

Sermon and Announcements for November 22, 2020

We continue to gather spiritually and in community via Zoom on Sundays at noon. We would love t have you join us. If you’d like to do so, please email us and we’ll send you the link.

The link to the sermon by the Rev. Dr. Dorothy White is here.

Here is the link to the lessons and discussion questions.

ST. PETER’S WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS

For more information on our programs, to get a program link, and to volunteer please email us.

LEGACY HOSPICE CARE is in need of volunteers to provide companionship and services for their hospice patients. These are some of the things that volunteers can do:

Window visits with facility patients.

  • Window visits with facility patients.
  • Telephone calls to patients that are in need of companionship
  • Making lap blankets for those that are in a wheelchair
  • Making prayer shawls or a prayer beads
  • Lawn care for patients and families that are not physically able
  • Making cards for the facility patients that have no family or families that are not local.

If you are interested in helping or need more information please contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the volunteer coordinator at Legacy Hospice.

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.

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.

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.

What is 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.