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St. Peters Episcopal Church
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Welcome to the Internet home of St. Peter's Episcopal Church of Oxford, CT. This website serves to celebrate the great history and future of the church, to inform its visitors of all that St. Peter's has to offer to the public; and finally to share our faith and trust in Christ.
"St. Peter's Episcopal Church is a community of faith that gathers, embraces and accepts all people and, in the Welcome name of Christ, Bears witness to His healing power in our lives."
Sunday Morning Service:
8:00: Holy Eucharist Rite II
9:30: Holy Eucharist Rite II
Sunday School: 9:15, Parish Hall
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The Lenten themes of penitence and forgiveness are reflected in The Penitential Order at the beginning of each service, a more reflective Prayers of the People, and Eucharistic Prayer C. In keeping with ancient tradition, the word “alleluia” (which means Praise the Lord) will not be heard in prayers or hymns until Easter.
God is speaking to us, and we will be listening on the 5 Sundays of Lent, March 9-April 6, as we gather for Bible study at 8:50am, ending promptly at 9:20. We will study the Romans passages from each week. Rev. Ellen says it’s her favorite book of the Bible! Come once, come every week – you won’t be sorry!
As part of St. Peter's 250th anniversary, we are aiming for 250 Random Acts of Kindness performed by our members during 2014. So think back over your week, and whatever little kindness you did for someone, write it down on the poster in the Parish Hall. Having trouble thinking of something? How about give someone the benefit of the doubt; put money in an expired parking meter.s part of St. Peter's 250th anniversary, we are aiming for 250 Random Acts of Kindness performed by our members during 2014. So think back over your week, and whatever little kindness you did for someone, write it down on the poster in the Parish Hall. Having trouble thinking of something? How about give someone the benefit of the doubt; put money in an expired parking meter.
The Rectory is rented!!
! We are pleased to announce that Rich Braun and Chelsea Fay and their baby have already moved in. Rich will be serving as our Sexton. Hearty thanks to all who have worked on the Rectory renovation during the last 3 years, making it a much more attractive and safe place; to all who have supported this project with your pledges; and to Warden Bill Gill for sealing the deal.
"Please don't forget those in need: Remember to bring in non-perishable food items for the SEYMOUR-OXFORD FOOD BANK and place them in the red wagon at the entrance."