Biweekly Date: Sept 30, 2021 / Issue 64 - 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Spotlight on Parish Picnic
Don't MIss Out Walk Ins Welcome!
What you can look forward to?
Free Hamburgers and Hotdogs
Free Ice Cream and Popcorn
Corn Hole Competition
Kids Crafts and Games
Hula Hoop Contest
Music and Karaoke
Free Raffle Basket Chances
Balloon Creations By Ceil
Bishop Robert Barron's
and Fr. Rick Gribble, CSC (Stonehill College)
Come join Fr. Rick Gribble, CSC on Thursday evenings, October 14, 21, 28 as he presents the Bishop Robert Barron Series SACRAMENTS at St. Peter Lower Church Hall, 6:30-8PM.
The 3 sessions will introduce the Sacraments of Healing and the Sacraments of Service. These are beautifully presented by Bishop Barron on DVD Word on Fire. Then, there will be an opportunity for conversation and discussion with Fr. Rick!
Our baby cradle will be in the hospitality area for the month of October. We ask for new items for infants and toddlers. Please look at their wish list at the cradle and return that item, unwrapped, no later than October 31st.
Would you like to make a difference in the life of a sick child by being part of a 5 hour commitment in helping families of a very illl child who may not survive another year? We are speaking of Camp-Nan-Ke-Rafe located on 31 acres at Nickerson State Park in Brewster.
You can perform a service of mercy for sick and dying children, and their families, who deserve to seek a small amount refuge from round-the clock care, and daily hospital and physician visits, by connecting with other children and their families who understand what they're going through. Camp-Na-Ke-Rafe (www.dreamdayoncapecod.org) is just the place where this can happen.
St. Peter's is looking for volunteers to help prepare the camp for winter on Saturday, October 16th from 10AM to 3PM. The camp desperately needs our help. All ages are welcome and Family Volunteering is also welcomed. A picnic lunch will be provided.
As you may have noticed, our bulletin looks a little different. We recently switched to Pilot Printing. Due to the changeover, the bulletin may be temporarily unavailable on the old websites, but you may access it here. It is now available on the new website atpilgrimcatholiccollaborative.org
On October 2nd we celebrate the Memorial of The Holy Guardian Angels. Many of us learned about guardian angels as a child. We learned the prayer and spoke to them often. As an adult, are you still connected to your guardian angel? In this article, we are reminded of the importance of staying connected to our Guardian Angels
Rosary Prayer Group – Month of October- An Hour for Our Lady
St. Peter Parish will be hosting a Rosary Hour on each of the four Monday’s of October in honor of The Month of the Rosary. We will meet in the lower church on 10/4/ 10/11, 10/18 and 10/25. The format will include Rosary meditations from St. Louis de Montfort. The invitation is open to all cluster parishes as well as anyone else who would like to participate. Each week three mysteries of the Holy Rosary will be prayed. The Holy Rosary will commence at 7:00pm each Monday, beginning October 4th and concluding on the last Monday of October which is October 25th.. Each evening’s prayers will conclude at approximately 8:00pm. Please call St. Peter’s Parish to register.
Spotlight on Afghan Refugees
Help Is Needed!
Communities in Southeastern, MA are coming together to help resettle some of our Afghan brothers and sisters recently evacuated by US forces. A team of volunteers called the Southeast Massachusetts People Open to Welcoming Immigrants and Refugees (POWIR) Team has committed to receiving two families, one to settle in the Upper Cape area to include Hyannis, and the other in Plymouth. They have asked us to join them as they pull together everything needed to welcome and support these two families. This is a monumental task, but, with the support of God’s faithful, a joyful one.
Calling all singers to this beautiful ministry of song!
This a cappella group sings in nursing homes (at the bedside) for those in need of comfort and
healing through song. The gift of music is simple, beautiful, and soothing. You are invited to gather once a month on the 3rd Saturday from 10am-11am in St. Peter Lower Church Hall. The group rehearses together, preparing a repertoire of songs to be sung at the bedside of those in need. All are welcome to come and sing with the group.
Next session: Saturday, September 18th
COVID protocols are followed.
For more information, please call Ann Cussen at Extension: #305.