We are a small Episcopal Church on the banks of the Rappahannock in Port Royal, Virginia. We acknowledge that we gather on the traditional land of the first people of Port Royal, the Nandtaughtacund, who are still here, and we honor with gratitude the land itself and the life of the Rappahannock Tribe. Our mission statement is to do God’s Will in all that we do.

Sunday Links, Nov. 12, 2023

Scriptures about Judgment in November

  • Web site
  • YouTube St. Peter’s Page for viewing services
  • Facebook St. Peter’s Page
  • Location – 823 Water Street, P. O. Box 399, Port Royal, Virginia 22535
  • Sun. Nov. 12 2023, 11am Church service – Eucharist Live or YouTube St. Peter’s Page
  • Lectionary link for Nov. 12, Pentecost 24

  • Serving – Holy Eucharist
    Lector: Johnny Davis
    Chalice Bearer: Alice Hughes
    Altar Cleanup: Andrea Pogue
  • Snacks for King George Elementary due Sun., Nov. 12
  • Mutual Ministry Review for the Vestry, Tues., Nov 14, 8:30AM-12:30PM. The purpose of this meeting is to consider where we’ve come as a community and where we want to go together in ministry as a church. The Rev. Deacon Salli Hartman will lead this time of discernment. If you are not on the Vestry, but would like to attend, please let Catherine know. All input is welcome
  • Ecumenical Bible Study, Wed., Nov. 15 10am-12pm, Parish House Reading Lectionary for Nov 19, Pentecost 25
  • Village Harvest, Wed., Nov. 15, 3pm-5pm. Beginning the 10th year! Please email Andrea to volunteer at wakepogue.public@gmail.com, or (540) 847-9002. Pack bags 1-3PM, Deliver food to clients’ cars 3-5PM.
  • Art Auction for Mary Peterman’s paintings – Round 1 Nov 12-Nov. 19 (6pm). Bid here.
  • ECM Christmas Donations due Dec. 3
  • Write a check to “ECM Christmas”

  • All articles for Sunday, Nov. 12, 2023
  • Nov., 2023 newsletter
  • Looking ahead…

  • Stewardship pledges for 2024 are due by Sun., Nov 19th. By pledge (Estimate of Giving) card or online

  • Sun., Nov 26, 3:30 PM Advent workshop. Families, come make a family Advent wreath. The cost will be covered by the ECW. Kids can make nativity scenes, pinecone bird feeders and decorate cookies