PUBLISHING NOTE: Peter’s Post will NOT publish next Wednesday, June 21. It will resume on June 28.
THIS FRIDAY IS THIRD FRIDAY
One of the most popular Third Friday Downtown events happens this Friday. The theme is “Paw Prints” and folks who bring their dogs and pets with them will make a point of coming to St. Peter’s for a pet blessing. The Blessing of the Animals will take place in St. Peter’s courtyard at 5:45pm and 6:15pm. There will be doggie treats and water bowls. Kids event will be create your own animals with play-dough. And we’ll be offering our famous burgers & dogs off the grill.
We are in need of volunteers to help with the pet blessing and our Third Friday activities. It’s not much work and a lot of fun, and is an important part of our evangelism to the Salisbury community. Contact Linda Hurley if you can help or need more information: 443. 553-6351; email@example.com.
IMPROVEMENTS TO PARISH HALL THIS SUMMER
Demolition work begins next week in the Parish Hall to remove the ceiling and the old heating and cooling system. All the tables and chairs have been temporarily relocated in Suite C of the Parish Annex Building. Access to the closets will be limited so if you are in need of items please take them out by Sunday, June 18. The Parish Hall is expected to remain closed from next week through July and into August.
Beginning this Monday, during construction the Monday NA Group will be meeting temporarily in the Parish Annex building, Suite C. Contact Property Chair Amy Maull for more information on the Parish Hall project.
WI MIDDLE TEACHER APPRECIATION
St. Peter’s Outreach Committee is coordinating a teacher appreciation event this week, providing teachers with donuts as a thank you for their work over the previous year at our partner school, Wi-Middle.
REGISTRATION FORMS NOW AVAILABLE FOR AUGUST VBS
This summer’s Vacation Bible School, sponsored by St Peter’s and the other Episcopal Churches of the Wicomico Cluster, will be held August 7-11, 9am-12 pm, at St Albans Episcopal Church on Mount Hermon Road in Salisbury. Theme is "Abundance Orchard: Where faith grows and hungry people are fed" and will take place outdoors, weather permitting.
Registration forms are now available on line at http://www.stpeterschurch.net/education/vacation-bible-school/ and on the table at coffee on Sunday. Sign up today!!!
Contact Sherri at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help or if you’d like more information.
RECTOR ON VACATION NEXT WEEK
Father David Michaud will be on vacation next week. This Sunday we welcome Father Ron Knapp as our celebrant at the 8am and 10am services. Fr. David and Kelli are traveling to Wisconsin for a family event and will return for Sunday, June 25. For pastoral emergencies next week please contact the Wardens: Atif Gaddis and Linda Hurley.
JACK CRAGG FUNERAL IS THIS SATURDAY
Longtime parishioner Jack Cragg, spouse of Bobbie Craig, passed away this past Sunday at home. Jack’s funeral will be this Saturday at 10am at St. Peter’s with a private internment to follow. Friends may call on the family an hour before the service in the Parlor. Please keep Bobbie and her family in your prayers during this difficult time.
BANNS OF MARRIAGE: MARSHALL – SPICER
From the Rector: I publish the Banns of Marriage between Kristen Spicer of Salisbury, MD and Carlton Spicer of Laurel, DE. If any of you know just cause why they may not be joined together in Holy Matrimony, you are bidden to declare it. This is the third and final time of asking.
Parishioner Kristen Marshall, daughter of Mike and Germaine Marshall, will be marrying Carlton Spicer at the Celebration and Blessing of a Marriage at St. Peter’s on Saturday afternoon, June 17. Please keep them in your prayers as they approach this important time in their lives.
Parish Prayer List
Please remember to pray for:
Howard Adams, Joe Andrews, Madison Baker, Carolyn Bradshaw, Will Burdett, Ron Collison, Jean Culver, Roland Dennis, Lucy Graf, Rex Gravenor, Amelia Hall, Diane Hammond, Margaret Hudson, Rosa Hudson, Sam Jenkins, Kelly Karwacki, Becky Kelly, Frances Kendall, Cathy Malchow, Lisa McClister, Kerry & Kim Mendenhall, Karen Mullins, Ruth Anne Oartel, Delma Tingle, Diana Waesche, Tim Willey
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Ministers for Sunday,
June 18th Services
Vestry Person on Duty: Ryan Atkin
Altar Guild: Laura McCarthy, Betsy Hanulak, Deb Souza, PUnky Vickery, Mary Grauer
SUNDAY SERVICE SCHEDULE
Holy Eucharist 8AM
Eucharistic Minister: Atif Gaddis
Uhers: Buddy Venables and Phil Bradshaw
Coffee Hour Host: Julie Milliken
Holy Eucharist 10AM
Acolyte: Amelia Hall
Crucifer: Jordan Willey
Torchbearers: Colin Willey & Sophia Fenoglietto
Lector: Brittany Spicer
Eucharistic Minister: Linda Hurley
Ushers: Richard Culver & Nancy Belfsky
Coffee Hour Host: Julie Milliken
Downtown Plaza & Parish House
5:45PM & 6:15PM
Blessing of the Animals
Women's Bible Study
Holy Eucharist I
Holy Eucharist II
Men's Bible Study
Holy Eucharist/Public Healing Service
||Richard Van Gelder
St. Peter's Church
115 St. Peters Street
Salisbury, MD 21804
The Rev. David Michaud
Parish Office Secretary
Adult Choir Director
Children's Choir Director
Bell Choir Director
Altar Guild Directress
Christian Education Chair
Linda Abbott - 2018
Linda Hurley - 2018
Tom Robinson - 2018
Ann Allen - 2019
Nancy Burdett - 2019
Phil Shields - 2019
Ryan Atkin - 2020
Dawn Spicer - 2020
Kathy Willey - 2020