Do you have someone in your life “standing n the need of prayer?” Do you need a lunch hour once a week when you can contemplate? Trinity + St Peter’s offers a Tuesday Noontime Prayer service. At the service, we lift up the names of those on our Church prayer list individually, as well as those in our hearts. We meet in the Chapel (on Tuesdays at Noon, natch!) All are welcome! Doors open at 11:45 AM. Tea and PB&J sandwiches follow. For information, contact Deborah, firstname.lastname@example.org.
1620 Gough STREET (AT Bush) SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94109 — TEL. (415) 775-1117
THIS WEEK AT TRINITY†ST. PETER'S
May 23rd through May 29th, 2019
Trinity†St. Peter’s is a vibrant, welcoming, and diverse Christ-centered spiritual community drawn together by the power of the Holy Spirit and by our passion to serve. You are invited to join us as we seek an ever deeper connection to God, to creation, and to one another.
Easter Adult Forum - Resumes June 2nd
Join us today after coffee hour (about 12:30) for the kickoff of our Easter Season Adult Forum Series. Ever wonder why we pray how we pray, serve how we serve, and believe what we believe? Bring your stories and your questions as we introduce (or re-introduce) ourselves to faith and spirituality of The Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion.
Points of Contact - Opening reception, Saturday May 11th, 6-8pm
On Saturday, May 11th, Imago Gallery will host the opening reception for Points of Contact - a new exhibit featuring three prominent Bay Area artists. Please join us from 6-8:00pm.
Basic Drawing Art Classes - By Andrew Carson- Starting May 13th at 7:00pm
Illustrator and artist Andrew Carson will offer a six-week Basic Drawing Class at Imago Gallery (1668 Bush Street @ Gough) beginning Monday, May 11th and running for six consecutive Mondays at 7:00pm. It will be an amazing and rewarding time! All that, and it's CHEAP! For a $25 , you can drop into a single session, or for $160, attend all 6 sessions, with supplies included in the cost! Can ya beat that!! Pass on the word to your friends and neighbors! These will be smaller group sessions with a 10 student max per night, so sign up today!
May 26 11:00am - Choral Eucharist Service
6Easter followed by Bishop''s Committee Meeting
May 29 7:30pm - Taizé Prayer Service
June 2 11:00am - Choral Eucharist Service
June 5 7:30pm - Taizé Prayer Service
June 9 11:00am - Choral Eucharist Service
The next Choral Evensong and Organ Recital will be Sunday, June 2nd. Evensong begins at 5pm with the recital to follow at 5:30pm.
A Reminder: if you would like to pledge to Trinity+St. Peter’s, please see Mike Chambers for a pledge card.
membership: A state of belonging, as in a group (Alright, but what is the definition of ‘belonging’?) belonging: to be rightly placed in a specified position; acceptance as a natural member or part of a relationship (I couldn’t turn back now; I had to look up ‘relationship’) relationship: the way in which two or more people or things are connected (And ‘connected’ is …?) connected: persons or things that are linked together.
Food, Friendship, and Fun
Over the years, many of us have become more than just Sunday churchgoers who greet each other at the Peace and go our separate ways the rest of the week. Circle Suppers are casual potluck dinners where groups gather to get to know each other as people with lives outside the church and become friends. We often find others with mutual interests, hobbies, and causes. Of course, matters of church, religion and faith may be discussed… or not. All members and their plus+1’s are welcome. Circle Suppers have proven to be a great way to welcome new members and even bring in newcomers… and just have fun!
How do Circle Suppers work? Members who are able to entertain in their homes volunteer to host. You are not required to host (many do not have enough space, etc.) Hosts are responsible for setting a date and issuing invitations. They provide the central main dish and the plates, glasses, utensils, etc., needed (plastic and paper are fine). Other participants bring appetizers, salads, side dishes and desserts as well as drinks (alcoholic or not). Hopefully, participants help hosts clean up.
If you are interested, please contact Steve Roger at email@example.com or (415) 431-4326
Requests for New Nametags
To request a nametag, please use the sign-up sheet hanging on the nametag rack or go to: https://trinity-stpeters.squarespace.com/connect/ There is room on the name tag for up to two extra lines of information, such as "Deacon", "Molly's Husband", or "Loves to Paint". Your safety and comfort are important to us. If you have concerns about our community life please contact Pastor Trish.
Trinity†St. Peter's Prayer List:
For Jane Luers; Helen Teekell; Dawson Webb and family; Brenda; Lynn Shebonsky; The Rev. Marina Nichols and family; Bruce O’Neill; Lewis Campbell; Andrew K.; Pavel Nosovitskiy; Kirsten Thomas; Lodi Webb; Arthur Taber; Cindy Spencer; Joce and Brett Eastman; Michael Patterson; Corey Curtis, Marymargaret Kinner, Carolyn Taylor, Ray and Cameron Taylor, Stacy Title, Coralee Persse, Tito, Claudia, Eleanor, Mercy, Elizabeth, Ruth Ma, Molly Snyder, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Rita, Kim Long, Arthur Taber, Jacquie Taylor, Steven De Gracia and family, Ron Ferber and family, Houston Wray, The Rev. Dr. Bonnie Ring, Sherry Hawley; The Rev. Canon David Forbes and Toby Wiggins, Michele Hayes, Donna, Misa, Rob Stuart, Terry Speiker, Elizabeth Larson, and the repose of the soul of The Rev. Elizabeth Newnam.
We also pray for the parish of the Falkland Islands and its Bishop, The Right Reverend Nigel William Stock, for Marc our Bishop and for all who minister in Christ, and for all the holy people of God.