Join us for our Fourth Sunday Family Funday, October 25 @ 5 p.m. All participants will be required to wear face masks and follow safe social distancing guidelines.
Pumpkin Contest – Carve out some family time before the Fall Festival to create a gourdeous masterpiece (carved or painted). Bring your fa-boo-lous creations to our display table so we can vote on the pick of the patch.
Trunk or Treat – We welcome your family to participate in our Trunk or Treat. Please click here to reserve a spot for your decorated car (they will be parked in every other space). We will also have tables available for your use to help maintain social distancing guidelines. Please contact Jan if you will need candy for your trunk. Families participating as “Trunks” may arrive at 4:30 to set up their display.
Costume/Car Decorating Contests – You will cast your vote for a variety of categories – Most Creative, Most Biblical, Funniest, Best Dad Joke/Punniest, and more.
Socially Distanced Games – We will have four games to allow for social distancing and provide a hand sanitizing station at each game area.
Please contact Jan with any questions.
Singing Rooster Coffee Sale
Outreach Advocates is supporting Singing Rooster once again with a coffee sale. Singing Rooster works with farmers in Cange and surrounding villages where EDUSC conducts hypertension clinics. Profits from the sale will go back to Haiti.
This year we ask that you mail the order form to the church along with payment to St Peter’s with Coffee Sale in the Memo. Orders will be taken through the end of October with pickup the second week of November. When the coffee arrives we will send an email with pick up information. If you have any questions please call the church office at 864-268-7280.
Fr. Furman will host a Rector’s Forum Adult Sunday School online gathering on ZOOM this Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. in order to reflect more thoroughly on the lessons appointed for the day, and how Holy Scripture can enlighten our understanding and response to contemporary questions of moral theology and ethics. Mother Marie plans to join in as well. Our format is informal, and open to any parishioner or guest who wants to participate.
Join the Zoom Forum by following this link, and using this Meeting ID #
Meeting ID: 299 701 4467
(If you don’t have a computer or tablet, you may dial in by calling 1 646 558 8656, and then dialing the meeting ID #)
Adults, Children & Youth
In addition to our programming and resources at St. Peter’s this fall, we have a free online opportunity sponsored by 3 great Episcopal entities!
This is NOT Sunday School is an inter-generational learning experience, perfect for families and individuals of all ages that will launch weekly begtinning September 16. (You can go ahead and sign up now!)
Each week’s session features video teaching by a professional from the Christian formation network, Forma, as well as downloadable lessons, readings, and engagement opportunities for all ages. The curriculum is from Exploring the Bible by Forward Movement and instructors include Victoria Hoppes, Roger Hutchison, and Miriam McKenney, among others. You can find out more and sign up on the ChurchNext website today.
Inspired by the UK’s Hold Still: A Portrait of Our Nation in 2020, St. Peter’s will be creating our own snapshot of 2020. You are invited to submit your pictures to be included in A Portrait of Our Parish: The Spirit of St. Peter’s in 2020.
Open to all ages and abilities, we want to capture the different moods, emotions, experiences and the spirit of our St. Peter’s family during this unique time in our parish life. Black and white or color photographs are welcome and can be taken with a phone or camera. Please email your picture and any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 12, 2020.
*If your family is not in our children and families email group, please call the parish office and ask for your email address to be added! (864) 268-7280.
Any Day of the Week, you may drop off donations at St. Peter’s Plastic Bins under the covered drive-through in the front parking lot.
Non-perishable food items, baby food, and diapers may be donated in the CLEAR bins. We distribute these gifts to United Ministries each week. Here is a list from United Ministries of some suggested items:
- Peanut Butter
- Dried beans
- Individual powdered milk packets
- Canned soup
- Canned sweet peas
- Canned beef stew
- Individual ramen noodle packets
- Large boxes of cereal
We now offer in-person worship gatherings. After you have read the expectations for participating in worship here, you may click here to sign up for one of 12 family slots at either 8:30 a.m. or 10:30 a.m.
We will continue to have two online options to view our Sunday services:
Prayers for Healing
For those who are seeking some spiritual tools and may be unsure how to pray and minister through this time of physical distancing, click here for some helpful tips and examples for how to care for yourself, your family, and other loved ones.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
910 Hudson Road
Greenville, SC 29615
Phone: (864) 268-7280
Fax: (864) 268-2501
P.O. Box 25817
Greenville, SC 29616
Monday and Tuesday: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Thursday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.