At St. Peter's, you will find a diverse parish filled with people from all walks of life — gay, straight, married, partnered, single, families, young, and not-so-young.
Come in and you'll experience transformative worship rooted in ancient liturgy, friendly people who reflect the values and demographics of Lakeview, and good coffee.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey — doubting, full-of-faith, or in between — you belong at St. Peter's.
The Enneagram is both a centuries old guide for spiritual direction and a means of discerning psychological type that incorporates ancient wisdom and insights from modern psychology. The Enneagram is a profound and comprehensive tool for self-discovery and provides a remarkably accurate map of our inner geography, illustrating our motivations and characterizing the thoughts we think.
This system of nine personality types describes our dominant (though not exclusive) energy-which is our greatest gift and which can become our chief fault or sin if we over use it. This session will introduce participants to the Enneagram and is appropriate for folks having no knowledge of the Enneagram, as well as those acquainted with the system. A unique approach to presenting the nine types will include music and poetry.
When: October 25, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM. Coffee & Danish available beginning at 9:30AM
Where: St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Guild Room
Pre-Registration: Contact email@example.com
Admission: Free-will offerings for St. Peter's are gratefully accepted.
Rooted in the patterns of the early church, the Dinner Eucharist is a gathering where participants share a common meal and in the sacred meal--the Holy Eucharist. Paticipants eat a simple meal together, explore Scripture and discuss its meaning, offer prayers, and sing.
The Dinner Eucharist meets on the 2nd Sunday of each month in the Guild Room, and lasts approximately one hour. The service and music is informal, yet set within the pattern of the ancient liturgy of the church and the Book of Common Prayer. This service will serve especially those who work on Sunday mornings, have been out of town over the weekend, those unfamiliar with Christianity, or those who have been out of the church for some time.
If you have questions, please contact Fr. Steve.