St. Peter Newsletter — December 7, 2012

Patriarch Ignatius — May His Memory Be Eternal Patriarch Ignatius, the head of the Antiochian Orthodox Church located in Damascus, Syria passed away this week. The Antiochian Church Archdiocese distributed this biography: His Beatitude Patriarch Ignatius IV (Hazim) of Antioch and All the East was born in 1920 in the village of Muharda, near the […]

Bible Study CANCELLED for November 29, 2012

There will NOT be a bible study on November 29, 2012. Sorry for this late notice. Since the next study is scheduled right before and during Christmas we will resume in January, 2013.

St. Peter Newsletter — November 28, 2012

General Assembly This Sunday Please plan on attending Church this Sunday. Following the Divine Liturgy we will hold our first General Assembly meeting. We will offer reports on our progress this past year. We will also discuss moving to a new location. The Parish Council has incorporated many of the suggestions and ideas voiced several […]

St. Peter Newsletter – November 13, 2012

The Future of St. Peter’s Our discussion after Liturgy two weeks ago about moving St. Peter’s to a permanent location went very well. I appreciated hearing everyone’s comments. I was especially encouraged, as I think we all were, hearing about how our small community affects the lives of each one of us. We come for […]

St. Peter Newsletter — October 27, 2012

The Upcoming Election Every time election season rolls around I think about the American Founding Fathers. It is almost a miracle that men of their caliber and foresight emerged in what was really a backwater outpost to craft the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. Did you know that all the refugee movements of […]