The Book of Romans

Posted Posted in Spiritual Developement

  Presiding Bishop Curry has announced the reading of the book of Romans as something for a congregation or individuals to undertake in the 50 days leading up to Lent. St. Peter’s clergy invite you to click on the links below to learn more and to get the daily readings. Greg, Peggy, and Linda will facilitate discussion […]

Ten Talks

Posted Posted in Spiritual Developement

Starting on January 13th, we’re introducing a series of Ten Talks (talks at 10 am) that highlight how God is at work in the diverse ‘ministries’ of our St. Peter’s family. Through short talks and guided discussions, we’ll see where God is at work in the vocations and passions of our congregation. Think of it as “Ted […]

ECW Fall Gathering, October 12-13

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Women of St. Peter’s, Our wonderful parish has been chosen to host the Episcopal Churchwomen of Arkansas (ECW) Annual Fall Gathering, October 12-13.  It will be a great time to unite with women from around the Diocese, exchange ideas, worship together, and grow spiritually.  The Rev. Sara Milford from Bentonville will be our guest speaker and it […]

Servant Leadership School Fall Activities

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When?  Seven Thursday evenings 6:00 – 8:00 p.m, beginning October 4, 2018.  Child care available upon request. Where?  Classroom 2, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 1925 Mitchell Street, Conway, AR Cost?  $20.00, the cost of textbook and workbook.  (Scholarships available) Who?   Led by Judy Helm, B.A. in English, retired teacher and paralegal What?  Overheard in the […]

Ministry Team Training

Posted Posted in Parish Life

All Hands Ministry Team Meeting!  All Current (and those interested) Lectors, Greeters, Ushers, Oblationers, and Hospitality Members are encouraged to attend one of the upcoming Ministry Team Refresher Trainings! We will be going over information such as How to Be Heard Over Crying Babies, Ultimate Ushering: Mastering Mixed Doubles , and To Bow or not […]

The Deepest Thirst

Posted Posted in Teri's Blog

The Rev. Teri Daily A sermon on John 4:5-42…   Water is vital for life. In fact, we ourselves are made mostly of water, although that percentage drops as we grow older. A newborn baby is 75% water. At one year of age, we are, by weight, 65% water. Adult men are made up of […]

Dying to Be Blessed

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The Rev. Teri Daily I have held many things in my hands, and have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in God’s hands, that I still possess. –Martin Luther   When you are still young, you want to hold everything in your own hands, but when you have grown older and opened your […]