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Wonderful Week at St. Peter's!

Father Scott and his lovely wife, Rebecca, joined us this past Sunday for Holy Communion. We enjoyed so much meeting Rebecca and hope she is able to join us again!

Father Scott also showed us his Western / Colorado side today!

Looking good!

In Christian Education, we continued our study of The Book of James (Ch 2 v 1-13) which tied in with Fr. Scott's wonderful sermon! Diane made a homemade apple pastry/coffee cake and Teresa made lemon scones! Along with butter, clotted cream, orange marmalade, and Rose Marie's homemade lemon curd - we had a wonderful start to the day!


The Red Sea Miracle, Part I

Dinner and a Movie!

Several of us met last Tuesday at Olive Garden in Bristol for dinner.

We had a great dinner with time to catch up with members of our church family and get to know our guest, Agnes. The food was very good and our waitress was excellent (and patient with us!).

After dinner, we headed over to the Tinseltown Movie Theater for the special presentation of the The Red Sea Miracle, Part I presented by 'Patterns of Evidence'.

In Part I, the producers discussed two understandings of The Exodus. The first was The Exodus as presented in the Bible - over 600,000 men, up to two million people total, a long journey across a large desert to Mt. Sinai, and a large sea parting. The second is a smaller version of The Exodus (up to 20,000 people, a 1-2 day journey to Mt. Sinai, small, shallow lake parting) proposed by many in academia. The producers spoke with many different linguists, rabbis, theologians, etc. about both understandings. Part II, shown in May, will present information found in digs and excavations.

We all had a great time and look forward to Part II in May!


We are continuing our tradition of meeting at the Perkins in Bristol (I-81, Exit 7) at 4:30 for Shrove Tuesday Pancakes.

Rose Marie made reservations under St. Peters. Hope to see you there!


Please join us this Wednesday at 1 pm for our Ash Wednesday Service. Deacon Steve Miller is coming from NC to officiate at the service.


The Women's Bible Study Group met at the church and continued the "Scouting the Divine" series. We started Lesson 6 "Within the Vine" . We plan to finish Lesson 6 on Wednesday March 4 at 10 am. We will meet at the church. Please bring a light breakfast type food to share. -----------------------------------

Teresa is starting a new Bible Study, "Made to Crave - Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food" on Wed. March 11 at the Church! Please talk to Teresa for more information about the study including the book and study guide. _________________________________

Our very talented musical members, Sue and Scott, are part of The Symphony of the Mountains and are participating in the wonderful show described above. Please share with anyone that might be interested! For more information on The Symphony of the Mountains please visit their website: at

-------------------------------------------- FEBRUARY Tuesday, Feb 25 @ 4:30 pm - Pancake Dinner at Perkins Bristol Wed, Feb 26 @ 1 pm - Ash Wednesday Service with Deacon Steve


Sunday, Mar 1 @ 10 am Christian Education, Book of James @ 11 am Holy Communion with Father Scott

Wednesday, Mar 4 @ 10 am Women's Bible Study

Seeking the Divine, last lesson

Sunday, Mar 8 @ 10 am Christian Education, Book of James @ 11 am Morning Prayer

Tuesday, Mar 10 @ 6 pm, Men's Group Meeting

Wednesday, Mar 11 @ 10am, Women's Bible Study

Made to Crave, first lesson

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