Make a Pledge to the St. Peter's Faith in Our Future Capital Campaign
In 2013, St. Peter’s will celebrate its 100th anniversary and what better time is there to recommit ourselves to the parish’s growth and financial health! Our ministry, our worship life, and our sense of community are strong, but we also acknowledge there are tremendous opportunities as a spiritual community that can't be captured without new investments in our growth and property needs.
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Highlights: A Year of Events at St. Peters
Dear Parish. Please enjoy our Photo Highlights: A Year of Events in the St. Peter's Church Family. If you have additional pictures to cover any areas we have missed for the archive version, please send it.
Christmas Eve Services (December 24)
Sir John Stainer - The Crucifixion (March 17, 2013)
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The choir of St. Peter's Church, Weston, joined with three other choirs to perform The Crucifixion, a musical retelling of the passion of Christ by John Stainer. The other choirs are from Trinitarian Congregational Church, Wayland (directed by Adam Kurihara); St. Dunstan's, Dover (directed by Richard Bunbury); and Holy Spirit, Wayland (directed by Daniel Ryan). There were 40 singers from the combined choirs.
Our Youth at the Winter Walk Outreach 2012Our Youth at Common Cathedral Services for the Homeless on Boston Common
The Flower Guild and other volunteers interpret the season with flower arts.
Blessing of the Animals (October 7, 2012)
Scenes from the Blessing of the Animals service at St. Peter's, in celebration of all God's creatures and the life and ministry of St. Francis of Assisi. During the service, each of the beloved pets present were individually blessed by the Rev. Stephanie Jenkins. For more information and photos click here.
The Rev. M. Thomas Shaw Visits (April 22, 2012)
The Rt. Rev. M. Thomas Shaw, SSJE, presided at the service at St. Peter's. In addition to his many tasks as Bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts for the past 17 years, Bishop Shaw is a life professed member of the Society of St. John the Evangelist (a monastic order whose principle house is in Cambridge, MA) and he has traveled widely in Africa, the Holy Land, and Central America to help strengthen mission relationships within the world-wide Anglican Communion of Churches.
Palm Sunday/Easter Flowers
St. Peter's Flower Guild welcomes you to our ministry - to work with us, to contribute flowers for worship, or to help in the garden. We believe the beauty of God's creation, changing with earthly seasons and with liturgical calendar, enriches our worship. For more information on the Flower Guild click here.
St. Peter's May Fair (May 2013)
Hall Kirkham Suprise Party (March 3, 2012)
A Scottish Celebration to say farewell to the Rev. Hall Kirkham.
St. Peter's May Fair 2013 Highlights
May Fair at St. Peter's
Held on Sunday, May 5th, 2013
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Crucifixion Concert Highlights - Held on March 17th
The Crucifixion Concert Highlights
Held on Sunday, March 17. 2013
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New Assistant Rector - The Rev. Stephanie Jenkins
A 2000 graduate of the University of Oklahoma (B.A. Sociology) and a 2010 graduate of Episcopal Divinity School, Cambridge, MA (M.Div.), Stephanie was ordained Deacon in January, 2010 and Priest in July, 2010 and served as Curate at St. Luke's Church, Bartlesville, Oklahoma. During divinity school, she completed field education at Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord, MA. Stephanie is excited to return to the Boston area and join the St. Peter's community.
Stephanie served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia and as Executive Director of a countywide arts organization in her hometown of Duncan, Oklahoma. She has experience in non-profit organization grant writing, teaching, and coordinating volunteers as well as pastoral care and Christian formation. She is a member of the Oakerhater Community, a religious community of lay and ordained members whose purpose is to "discern, enable and support individuals and communities in their vocation of reconciliation."
She brings a collaborative approach to ministry and seeks to serve holistically by honoring our full humanity with a faith that celebrates the joys and gifts of life while recognizing and responding to the pain and oppression in the world.
Her husband, Richard Jenkins, is a cartoonist, author and educator. They are proud parents of their baby boy, Henry David Jenkins. Stephanie's hobbies include hiking, reading, cooking, and learning to play the guitar.
We are thrilled that Stephanie will be joining the St. Peter's community, and we look forward to welcoming her this fall.
St. Peter's Sermon Recordings - Listen Now Online!
Listen to sermon audio recordings here on the St. Peter's website. Click here to be taken to the Sermons page.