St. Peter Newsletter – February 1, 2012

Quotations from St. John of Kronstadt St. John was a Russian Orthodox priest who lived from 1829-1908. He is much loved because of his practical wisdom especially concerning prayer. “Prayer for others is very beneficial to the man himself who prays; it purifies the heart, strengthens faith and hope in God, and arouses love for […]

St. Peter Newsletter — January 23, 2013

Atheism and Christianity Many people debate atheism and Christianity. The dividing line always crystallizes around the question: What can we really know to be true and real? The atheist says that all a person can really be sure about is what can be measured. In other words, if you can’t put something into a test […]

St. Peter Newsletter — January 9, 2013

The Prayer of the Heart We all know about the Jesus Prayer: Lord Jesus Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner. What we forget sometimes is how powerful this prayer really is. It's a great to jump start prayer. There are times we know we should pray but we forget, or sometimes it […]

St. Peter Newsletter — January 3, 2013

Progress in the Relocation Fund 2013 promises to be a good year for St. Peter’s. Our plan is to raise $50,000 to find a more permanent location. We want to make sure we can meet our expenses for at least one year given the poor economy and the financial pressures this places on all of […]

St. Peter Newsletter – December 20, 2012

Christmas Eve Liturgy on December 24, 2012 We will celebrate Christmas Liturgy on December 24 (Christmas Eve) with our sister parish St. Paul Antiochian Church (get map). Orthros/Matins begins at 6:30pm and Divine Liturgy at 7:30pm. Make sure to come. The only way to properly understand Christmas is to enter into the presence of Him […]