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News for April 20, 2018
In This Issue
1.From the Rector
2.St Peter's in News Article
3.Men's Retreat June 8&9
4.Holiday Bazaar 2018
5.Stewardship at Trinity
6.Diversity Workshop
7.Bits of St Peter's History
8.Links & Lectionary
9.Ongoing Fellowship
10.Worship Services
From the Rector
Dear people of St Peter’s,

I write from the Fransiscan retreat house in Washington D.C., at a retreat leader's conference with Marietta. We're with Jesuits & Fransiscans we know.

Don't forget the Northwest Mission District meeting this Saturday.

Blessings on all.

Jeff+
News Article: "Episcopalians balance fear with preparation in the wake of U.S. mass shootings"
This article discusses the different ways churches across the country are addressing and responding to gun violence in America.

St. Peter's church safety seminar held last month is mentioned in the second half of the article, along with a quote from Bishop Dan.

Men’s Retreat June 8th & 9th
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This year, St. Peter’s Men’s Retreat is set for Friday evening June 8th through Saturday midday June 9th at Camp Galilee. Join in a time for casual and guided conversation, fellowship, and outdoor activities in the bounteous environment of Lake Tahoe. Meals include Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, and Saturday lunch.
 
Make your reservation now by contacting Administrative Assistant Kate Ludwick in the church office. Then please submit your $78 fee no later than Thursday May 24th. Make your check payable to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church with the memo line “Men’s Retreat,” or notate cash with your name and “Men’s Retreat.” Your fee may be turned into the office or placed in a Sunday offering plate. If you need assistance with this fee, please contact Fr. Jeff.
Preview - Holiday Bazaar 2018
Yes, we are planning early! Please mark your calendars for Saturday November 10th , the date for St. Peter’s annual Holiday Bazaar.
 
If you would like to discuss your possible donations or assistance, please contact the designated Merchandise Coordinator(s) :
 
Food Room                              
Classic Treasures                    
Jewelry                                     
Greeting Cards                        
Winter Elegance (knitted goods)  
Home & Kitchen Arts              
Christmas Tree Ornaments   
Pampered Pets                          
 
Other participation activities include:
-     Crafting Days , the second Saturday of the month from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm
-     Mary-Martha Guild , the second Thursday of the month from 5:30 to 7:00 pm, where Bazaar updates are discussed during the latter part of the gathering
 
Each year the Bazaar and Quilt Raffle raise funds to help the parish purchase various needed items and to supplement operating costs. Besides fundraising, the Bazaar provides us with opportunities for fun, fellowship, creative expression, community outreach, and enhanced visibility in the community.
 
Please join us in making this another highly successful Holiday Bazaar.

Karen Kish
Stewardship Day at Trinity
First Annual Cathedral Course in Congregational Vitality
Transforming Generosity

Saturday, May 5, 9:00 am
Trinity Cathedral
200 Island Ave, Reno

Lunch will be provided! The registration fee is $15. Please pre-register online at this link:
Interfaith Diversity Workshop
Transforming Unconscious Bias Workshop
Developing Visible Evidence of Diversity Inclusion

Thursday, May 17, 5:30-8:30pm
St. Paul's Lutheran Family Church
1201 N. Saliman Rd, Carson City

Presented by the Centers for Spiritual Living
Diversity Inclusion Commission & the
Interfaith Group of Carson City

Rev Chad Adamik, St. Paul's Lutheran
Fr Jeff Paul, St. Peter's Episcopal
Fr Chuck Durante, St. Teresa of Avila
Rabbi Evon Yakar, Temple Bat Yam North Tahoe
Pastor JJ Tuttle, Connected Nazarene Church
Rev Maggie McNaught, First United Methodist
Rev Karen Linsley, Rev D. Jacquelyn Edwards, & Rev Sharon Mitchell, CSL Diversity Inclusion Commission

  • Define bias and unconscious bias
  • Identify some personal hidden biases
  • Recognize how our implicit biases manifest in behavior
  • Discern what unconscious organizational biases might exist within their community
  • Take away tools to assess one's own blind spots
  • Commit to reducing personal and organizational biases to help realize diversity inclusion in our communities

Click here to download the flyer for more info
Bits & Pieces of St. Peter's History
On the night of June 5, 1899, St. Peter's very fortunately escaped being destroyed by fire. It began in the wood shed at the back of the property and quickly destroyed the shed and caused damage to the back portion of the church building. A quick response by the fire companies saved the church. It appeared the fire had been set by someone and the Vestry offered a $100 reward for information that would lead to an arrest.

---- Friends of Historic St. Peter's
Amazon donates to St. Peter's
Upcoming Lectionary Readings
Sunday April 22 - Fourth Sunday of Easter

Sunday April 29 - Fifth Sunday of Easter
Info Links
Ongoing Fellowship Activities
Please Join Us (in the Parish Hall unless otherwise indicated)
 
Circles of Support Community - Every Wednesday from 6 to 8pm
*Meets in the parish hall and the Rectory, next door to the church
 
Caregivers' Exchange Group - 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 5:30pm
Information and fellowship for anyone who's a caregiver
 
Wine Walk - 1st Saturday from Noon to 5:00pm
Our sanctuary and parish hall are open for hospitality
 
The Jean Moltz Sunshine Ladies' Group - 2nd Wednesday from 11:00am to noon
All St. Peter's women are cordially invited to this ministry of outreach and fellowship
 
Mary~Martha Guild - 2nd Thursday from 5:30 to 7:00pm
All St. Peter's women are cordially invited
 
Men's Breakfast - 2nd Saturday from 8:00 to 9:30am
All St. Peter's men are cordially invited
          
Craft Bazaar Workshop - 2nd Saturday from 9:30am to 3:00pm
For info contact Becca Van Sickle ( 775-815-6185)
 
Prayer Shawl Knitters - 1st Saturday at 9:30am
*Meets in a private residence, for info contact Julie Rodolph
 
Sophia's Salon Reading Group - 4th Friday from 5:45 to 8:30pm
*Meets at a private residence, for info contact Karen Kish
St Peter's Altar by Pat Frederick-perona
St. Peter's Altar by Pat Frederick-Perona
Schedule of Worship Services
Sundays   
8 am:  Holy Communion: Rite II  
10 am: Contemporary Worship Service and Sunday School with Godly Play (in the Rectory).      
      
Wednesdays
10 am: Healing Service and Holy Communion
We at St. Peter's are a lively spiritual fellowship blessed with the rich heritage of community involvement. We are open-minded, inclusive, and family-friendly. We hope you find us to be intellectually and spiritually stimulating. 
 
The Very Rev. Jeff Paul, Rector
Kate Ludwick, Administrative Assistant & e-news editor