8:00 am Morning Prayer / Eucharist
10:00 am Morning Prayer / Eucharist ( via ZOOM )
5:00 pm Contemplative Prayer followed by Centering Prayer and Lectio Divina
12:00 pm Healing Mass
Being good stewards of the environment means not using a lot of paper that is immediately tossed away. Please print and SAVE the service sheets for the services you wish to attend and re-use it each Sunday through the remainder of Pentecost. The lessons for each week will be on a separate sheet of paper for downloading or you may read them at www.lectionarypage.net and save a tree!
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Welcome to St. Peters Episcopal Church
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is a parish with a proud history in the Episcopal Diocese of Vermont Since 1834.
When arriving at St. Peter’s either by the front door or by the ramp, you will be greeted and then an usher will assist you to a seat. There are options if you require them – a Kiddie Corner, a wheelchair cut, a large print Prayer Book or a hearing amplified device. If you have any questions about the service just ask a person sitting near you and they will be happy to help you. Following the service there is coffee, juice and treats in the Parish Hall. The usher, greeter or the person next to you will show you the way.
St. Peter’s is an open and affirming church, welcoming all of God’s people. We are a non-profit, religious organization that provides outreach and resources to people and families.
A Kiddie Corner is located in the main sanctuary during services. There is also a nursery with toys and books available at all times.
Offerings can be sent to the attention of our Offering Steward, Kay Trafton.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Attn: Kay Trafton
200 Pleasant Street,
Bennington, Vermont 05201
St. Peters has many ministries you can join.
Daughters of the King
Intercessors, Lectors, and Eucharistic Ministers