St. Peter’s is a small, multi-generational and racially diverse congregation in the East End that is quick to welcome anyone who comes in our doors.
Crab Feast: 28 Years of Food and Fun
St. Peter’s annual crab feast was held this year on Saturday, September 7 in the gymnasium of the Peter Paul Development Center, across the street from the church. This family event benefits our outreach ministries in our neighborhood. Thank you to:
- All the volunteers, especially the Men’s Group, who worked so hard and faithfully to make this event such a success.
- Peter Paul Development Center for sharing their space, tables and chairs with us.
- And to everyone who attended and had fun and lots of great food.
“There is an attention to looking out for one another at St. Peter’s that has stuck with me throughout my life.”
Wayne Johnson, a life-long member of St. Peter’s
Food Distribution: Looking Out for One Another
St. Peter’s, in cooperation with the Peter Paul Development Center, distributes food to neighbors in need on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. The food is packaged on Tuesday afternoons beginning at 4 p.m. (taking about 1 hour). It is distributed on Wednesday mornings starting at 8:30 a.m. and lasting about 2 hours. Bible Study and Coffee is also held on Wednesday mornings during the food distribution. Volunteers are needed on both days. To volunteer and learn more, speak to Dr. Ronald Carey at church on Sunday, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your questions answered …
What happens after church on Sunday?
We gather as a family for coffee, food, and fellowship in our parish hall, which is in the building beside the sanctuary. Come join us! Want to sign up to bring food to coffee hour? Simply sign up on the calendar located in the parish hall next to the kitchen window.