Connect

Photo3StPetersSt. Peter’s Church provides many opportunities for people to get together, support one another, and enjoy each other’s company.

“What knocks me out, time and again, is the way this parish connects. The ministries I have seen most are the liturgical ministries, the Food Cupboard, and the knitters, and I am continually stunned at the stories that come out in these groups. There are networks of relationships here, some of them decades old, but which have been welcoming and inclusive.” – Marianne Lipson, parishioner

Fellowship Groups

LGBT

Church Life

Pastoral Care

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Comments

  1. Working on an overview of the German immigration to English North America, I have come across Philip Feyring (1730-1767) of Arfeld on the Eder. Sources relate he arrived in Philadelphia about 1750 and build harpsichords, spinets, and organs in the city. His organs are St. Pauls (1762), St. Peters (1764), and Christ Church (1766) his largest.

    Where is more history available than on your website?

    I look forward to your reply in your good time.

    Madison Brown, Ph.D.
    Parkersburg, WV

  2. MADISON BROWN : September 2, 2017 at 9:55 pm
    Working on an overview of the German immigration to English North America, I have come across Philip Feyring (1730-1767) of Arfeld on the Eder. Sources relate he arrived in Philadelphia about 1750 and build harpsichords, spinets, and organs in the city. His organs are St. Pauls (1762), St. Peters (1764), and Christ Church (1766) his largest.

    Where is more history available than on your website?

    I look forward to your reply in your good time.

    Madison Brown, Ph.D.
    Parkersburg, WV

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