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Sunday 7:45 AM
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Saint Peter's Church is a blessed community of Faith grounded in the power of God's transforming love, where Jesus Christ welcomes all to abundant life. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we follow Him in prayer and praise, study and service.
Week of October 26, 2014

In your daily devotions this week pray for the Church of Ceylon; All Saints' Church in Bay Head, Lakewood, Navesink, Princeton, and Scotch Plains; St. Simon-by-the Sea Church in Mantoloking; the ministry of Christian Educators; Warren Thomas, Kathleen DeJohn, Louis DeSheplo, Margaret Forsythe, Peter Funk, John Hain, Sr., Leslie Mazzacano, Margaret Smyth, and Colleen Spaeth, deacons of our diocese; Victoria Cuff, Archdeacon of our diocese; Harry Collins, Joanne Epply-Schmidt, John Salmon, David Stowe, G. Richard Civalier, Edward Cook, Richard Kirk, John Neilson, Richard Straughn, Kenneth Aldrich, Jr., Nathaniel Elliott, Jr., Alan Salmon, Walton Zelly, Jr., Ronald Albury, George Brant, Jonathan Deacon, Charles DuBois, Donald Griesmann, David Laquintano, John Morrow, Frank Strasburger, priests of our diocese; and Joe Morris Doss, Retired Bishop of our diocese.

The Flowers on the Altar are given to the greater glory of God and in loving memory of Geoffrey Hedden, husband of Ruth Hedden; Bill Pencoski, husband of Diane Pencoski; Barry Croll, Sr., father of Barry Croll, Jr.; and in tribute to those who have served in the United States Navy.

Thanksgiving Dinner Food Drive--St. Peter's annual food drive for the Christian Caring Center is now underway. Suggested items include canned vegetables, fruit cocktail, cranberry sauce, gravy mix, stuffing mix, instant mashed potatoes, canned meat, pasta, sauce, and Acme gift certificates for free turkeys and ham. (No frozen turkeys, please.) Items may be placed in the food bins in the narthex. Parishioners who wish to donate a complete dinner for one family may leave a check for $35 check (payable to Christian Caring Center) in the church office. We will deliver our donations the week of Nov. 17 to ensure timely distribution to families in need. As always, thanks for your support.--Barbara Kelly

Please bring in new 2015 calendars, unused Christmas cards and unused Greeting cards for us to package for the Evergreens Nursing Home in Moorestown. Please package cards in separate rubberbands. A box in the narthex is available. Deadline is Nov. 21.

Acolytes New and Old - There will be Acolyte training on Sunday November 9, 2014 after the 10:15AM service.  Questions, contact Jack Hobson at or 609-504-0432.

ShopRite Gift Card Sale to benefit Redemption School, Haiti: Beginning next Saturday, November 1, and continuing for at least the next few months, MDG Team members will be selling ShopRite Gift Cards in denominations of $20, $50, or $100 following all services. Each card purchase will give you full face value in purchasing power at any ShopRite and St. Peter's MDG Team will receive 5% of total sales to be used towards fulfilling St. Peter's commitment to Redemption School's children. We will gratefully accept cash or checks made payable to St. Peter's, with "ShopRite" on the memo line. We all have to shop for what we wonderful to turn a routine chore into a way to help Haiti's kids!

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