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• Holy Communion - 10:30am with Full Choir, Sunday School and Child Care
Sunday, October 24th
Please join us for a Service of Morning Prayer this Sunday, October 24th at 10:30AM.
Dr. John Davis, one of our Lay Eucharistic Ministers, will be officiating the service and the full choir will be singing.
Sunday School and Child Care will be available and Miss Caitlin will be teaching the Sunday School children the "Song of the Month".
The first of two First Holy Communion classes begins today following the service.
Coffee Hour will take place following the service and all are invited.
Following the directives of the New York State Health Department, the Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany has lifted all diocesan restrictions related to COVID-19. At this time there are no restrictions in the church, and the 10:30AM Sunday service has returned to normal with just a few exceptions.
* Although there are no longer any mandates for mask wearing and social distancing, in the interests of safety and health for those of you that are most vulnerable, you are welcome to wear masks and social distance in the church as there is plenty of space to spread out.
* The full choir has returned to the choir stalls and is masked and seated 3 feet apart.
* Holy Communion is offered and is received at the foot of the chancel stairs.
* Sunday School and Child Care are offered during the service and all of the teachers are vaccinated. We welcome your child with or without a mask, the choice is yours as there are no mandates.
* We offer several hand sanitizing stations and we follow all CDC guidelines for sanitizing the church.
* Coffee hour has returned and we welcome all to join us after the service for fun, food and fellowship.
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.