Lenten Lunches

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Please join us during the Season of Lent Thursday at 12 noon for a simple soup meal and a short devotion. Hosted by various churches, sponsored by Faulkner County Church Women United. A $4 donation per person is suggested. March 16    Host: First United Methodist Church 1610 Prince St Co-Hosts: Grace UMC & St […]

Gnostic Discussion

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The class is from about 8:50 – 9:40 on Sunday mornings in the Library. Gnosticism: From Nag Hammadi to the Gospel of Judas. The class is 24 thirty min lectures by David Brakke, PhD, Joe R Engle Chair in the History of Christianity, Ohio State University. The course discusses in detail the gnostic myth from a variety […]

40acts Together: A Lenten Reflection

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Join us during lent for discussion and fellowship focused around Romans 12. The material is put together by 40acts, a UK-based charity- check out their website at 40acts.co.uk. We meet each Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. in Classroom 2. For more information, contact Stephanie Gray at 479-223-1363. March 15– Giving Our Best with Our Gifts March […]

Lenten Journey Through Scripture

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   An Invitation from Rev. Teri… The Lenten journey is one of transformation, and it is so in two ways.  First, during the season of Lent we relive in our liturgical life (our worship) Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem – to the cross and, ultimately, the resurrection.  Second, Lent is the time when we as Christians […]

The Bodily Nature of Lent

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The Rev. Teri Daily On this day, ashes are smeared on our body as – in the words of the prayer book – “a mark of our mortal nature.”  We acknowledge that we are mortal creatures, that we are created from dust and we will return to dust.  We often don’t fully recognize our mortality […]

Unharvested Edges

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  The Rev. Teri Daily   A sermon on Leviticus 19:1-2,9-18 and Matthew 5:38-48…   Some things have a bad reputation—whether they deserve it or not.  My list of top contenders when it comes to “things that get bad press” includes politicians, fruit cake, pit bulls, licorice, lawyers, and the state of New Jersey.  And […]

NewComer’s Brunch

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New or New-ish to St. Peter’s? Bring your questions and your appetite and join us for a light brunch. Meet other St. Peter newcomers as well as long-time members and  learn a little bit more about our mission and ministries! Sunday February 19, 10 AM at The Morgan House Childcare Provided in Main Building Questions? Contact Jerusalem Greer Jerusalem.greer@stpetersconway.com