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Friendly reminder

this Sunday, February 5th we will hold our annual
parish meeting between the services. We will gather at 9AM in the
parish hall for a potluck meal - please bring a breakfast dish to
share. Meeting will begin promptly at 9:15. Please join us.


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information for the upcoming meeting.

2023 ANNUAL REPORT

Today

Today we celebrate

The Presentation of Jesus at the Temple (or in the temple) is an early episode in the life of Jesus Christ, describing his presentation at the Temple in Jerusalem, that is celebrated by many churches 40 days after Christmas on Candlemas, or the "Feast of the Presentation of Jesus". The episode is described in chapter 2 of the Gospel of Luke in the New Testament.[1] Within the account, "Luke's narration of the Presentation in the Temple combines the purification rite with the Jewish ceremony of the redemption of the firstborn (Luke 2:23–24)."[2]

CONTINUE READING

Readings:


The Collect

Almighty and everliving God, we humbly pray that, as your only-begotten Son was this day presented in the temple, so we may be presented to you with pure and clean hearts by Jesus Christ our Lord; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

CASTING NETS NEXT WEEK…

We need your shoe boxes !!!
To make Shoe Box Floats

A tradition for many a New Orleans kid – the shoe box float!
Supplies Needed:

  • A shoe box with the lid

  • wrapping paper (This will cover your box before you decorate – I found great sparkly wrapping paper at the dollar store!)

  • “Riders” (You can pick up an inexpensive plastic doll at the dollar store or use something you have on hand like Little People, Lego people, Barbies, or even a plastic dinosaur)

  • Decorations (This can literally be anything! We used beads, glitter, confetti, feathers, ribbon, pom pom balls, and foam stickers from the craft store and dollar store, along with random finds from our craft stashes. You could also use pipe cleaners, dry pasta, paint, and anything else you have hanging around from past projects.)


SO, BRING US YOUR GEEGAWS AND DOODADS, BEADS AND BAUBLES…
We’ll have a drop point in the Parish Hall or, look for Karen or Gail.


The Krewe of Kasting Nets Thanks you !

Join us for Live Music, Good Food and to support a great cause!
April 21st, 5:30 – 8pm
Gulfport Yacht Club Third floor ballroom
Tickets $30 per person

HERE’S HOW TO GET YOUR
Camp Able Gumbo Dinner Tickets:
~ Digital tickets : VENMO – Camp Able Coast@AndreaFeeney
~ Tickets also available through St. Peter’s office
CONTACT Karen Brown for more info. (228)860-4950

Live Music courtesy of Lloyd “Hurricane” Munn
ft. Doug “The Surge” Singletary keepin’ the beat
Learn more about Camp Able here: https://www.campable.org/about

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