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• Holy Communion - 10:30am with Full Choir, Sunday School and Child Care
Sunday, January 16th
Please join us this Sunday, January 16th at 10:30AM for a Service of Holy Communion.
Deacon Helene Patterson from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Schuylerville will be the Celebrant. Dr. John Davis, a Lay Eucharistic Minister here at St. Peter's Church will be preaching.
For the remainder of January, the choir will consist of quartets rather than the full choir.
Sunday School will take place and Child Care will be available.
Coffee Hour will take place following the service in the newly renovated Pumpelly Room. All are welcome.
Latest COVID-19 Update 12/13/21
Following the directives of the New York State Governor Kathy Hochul, a statewide mask mandate went into effect on Monday, December 13th and will be re-evaluated on Tuesday, February 1st.
At the present time, St. Peter's Church does not have " A Proof of Vaccination Requirement" in place (meaning we do not require you to be vaccinated and show proof of vaccination to enter the church). Therefore, anyone entering the church, regardless of your vaccination status, must wear a mask at all times unless they are eating or drinking.
Please be aware that we do offer several hand sanitizing stations and we follow all CDC guidelines for sanitizing the church.
We hope this temporary mask mandate will not deter you from attending our wonderful church services and all of the traditional holiday events that we have planned for the next several weeks.
Welcome to St. Peter's
St. Peter's is an active church with a rich history. With a faithful membership, St. Peter's seeks to worship God, to support the spiritual growth of all parishioners, to reach out to the surrounding community, and to preserve our unique Christian heritage for the benefit of future generations.
St. Peter's has served as an active center of worship for over 300 years. A member of the Diocese of Albany, St. Peter's existed before the formation of the Episcopal Church after the American Revolution. The current St. Peter's Church is the third structure in the parish's history, the first having been built in 1715.
Much of the life of the church takes place in the Guild House adjacent to the church, which houses the church offices, the Sunday school classrooms, the nursery, the choir room, the archives, a large auditorium with full kitchen, the Pumpelly Room parlor for receptions, and upper floor apartments.