St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Purcellville, Virginia

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Thursday's to-go meal was provided by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church men's group. They prepared 100 meals of chicken, potato salad and rolls and Wegmeyer Farms brought her delicious donuts again as a special treat! Thank you to all who served together to make this week's meal possible!

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Saint Peter's Virtual Service 6/14/20

St. Peter's Church Virtual Worship Service
June 14, 2020 - 2 Pentecost
In the season of Pentecost, we will join the first family - Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and their wives - following God, in the book of Genesis.
God started small with Abraham and Sarah, and played the long-game, unfolding promises that forever altered the course of history. We’ll follow their story step-by-step, through the summer and fall, starting this week with the Call of Abraham.
Each week, we will step back together into the unfamiliar world of the Ancient Near East (ANE), making it real to our modern minds.
We’ll gain a basic understanding of the people, timeline, geography and theology of Israel, making connections with the more familiar world of the New Testament.
We’ll make it practical as we go, learning from these people’s interactions with God, so we can walk with him in faith, too.
I have some homework to get us started stepping back into the ANE. It's the movie Abraham, starring Richard Harris and Debra Hershey. It's beautifully done. Here's the link.

On Friday I sent out a Return Survey, seeking to gather your thoughts and feelings about "going live" again on Sundays with in-person worship tentatively beginning July 5. I look forward to hearing from you. -- Fr. Tom

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Guatemala Hunger Relief UpdateTo date St. Peter's Church has sent $13,715  to Guatemala missions to be used for hunger r...

Guatemala Hunger Relief Update

To date St. Peter's Church has sent $13,715 to Guatemala missions to be used for hunger relief. Six missions supported by St. Peter's have distributed tons of food to hundreds of families in the highlands and, most recently, to people who scavenge in the Guatemala City dump. Guatemala is on a tight lockdown to alleviate the spread of the coronavirus and many in the country live on less than two dollars a day. They cannot work and they have no financial reserves. The food is distributed with the help of the leaders in the villages and is given in the name of Christ.

Thank you, St. Peter's parishioners and other friends who have donated through our church.

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Tree of Life

The Clothing Closet, a ministry of Tree of Life, is almost ready to open to the public! Please check out their page: and make sure to visit on opening day. This is the fruit of the labor of countless volunteers and was made possible by your generosity on Giving Tuesday and throughout the year. We can’t wait to help more in need in this way with His love, locally.

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As we mark the death of 100,000 people in the U.S. from COVID-19, an unprecedented group of 100+ national faith leaders—...

As we mark the death of 100,000 people in the U.S. from COVID-19, an unprecedented group of 100+ national faith leaders—from Christian, Jewish and Muslim traditions representing major denominations, national faith-based organizations, local congregations, and millions of people of faith across the country—call for a National Day of Mourning and Lament. Together, they look to federal, state, and local elected officials to observe Monday, June 1 as National Day of Mourning and Lament, a day marked by moments of silence, lowering of flags, interfaith vigils, ringing of bells, and civic memorials.
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The Purcellville Community is so grateful to St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Purcellville, Virginia Women's Small Group and 900 Degree Pizza. We were able to serve 84 meals on Thursday, absolutely free of charge, from this local business. Wow! We are again so grateful for the kindness and generosity of our town.

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37018 Glendale St
Purcellville, VA

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Hello. My name is wesley and i am a father of 3 with another due in about a month. my fiancee and i were recently evicted with the children and are trying to find a little help to get us out of the shelter and into a home before the baby arrives. i have started a go fund me page and would love to have our story shared with your friends and family. thank you for reading this. and god bless.…