Coming Events




Men’s Dinner – Tuesday February 27th, 2024

The next Men’s Dinner at St. Peter’s will be happening on the fourth Tuesday of February. Please join us for our monthly dinner, followed by our after-dinner speaker, Peter Delanty, on “The Ferry between Cobourg and Rochester”.

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Lent Goes To The Movies

Tuesdays during Lent (February 20 to March 26, plus an additional film on April 02) beginning at approximately 12:30 PM.

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Knit and Natter – Mondays at 10:30 AM

“Knit and Natter” is back! This group was formed to restart the Prayer Shawl knitting ministry, and to provide a new outlet for fun and fellowship. It meets on the second and fourth Monday of each month. The next meeting will be on Monday, February 26, 2024.

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Tuesday Evening and Wednesday Morning Faith and Fellowship Group

St. Peter’s Faith and Fellowship group is looking forward to its next program with a selection suggested by Pastor Bill Rowe.

This January we will be looking at a book from author Larry Crabb entitled “Shattered Dreams”. The book uses the life and journey of the Old Testament figure Ruth to guide readers through reflections on how we can find strength and additional spiritual support, as we move through the struggles and shattered dreams in our lives. Crabb’s work offers help to see how God is moving in those spaces and provides insight into how we can invite God to be more present in these circumstances.

Our program began on Wednesday, January 31st, with morning sessions running from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. in the St. Peter’s Library.

Beginning on Tuesday, February 20, evening sessions will be offered from 7:15 p.m. to to 8:30 p.m. in the St. Peter’s Library.

Interested parties are invited to register at the office to help us plan our book order for this study. Please speak to Bill Rowe if you have any questions about this study, and please join Pastor Bill and Fr. Matt in this program as you’re able.

Books are $25 each and will be available next week at the main office.

2024 Deanery Christian Education Program

Zoom Course on the Book of Genesis

The early chapters of Genesis are the key to the rest of scripture. Genesis is not a science manual. It is a story of God’s relationship with the people of Israel as understood by those people.

Please consider joining the Rev. Lesley Barclay as she leads a program on the book, GENESIS FOR NORMAL PEOPLE by Peter Enns and Jared Byas.

This virtual course will be held via Zoom, Tuesday evenings from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., starting on January 30th.

To register, email Val Whalley at

Christian Education Team
Anglican Deanery of Durham-Northumberland

Inhabiting the Scriptures:

Finding Home in a World of Displacement

a Lent zoom course by Dr. Brian Walsh

Sundays 7:00 – 9:00 pm EST

February 18, 25,

March 3, 10, 17, 24

via ZOOM online conferencing

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Outreach and Social Justice Update

A special thank you to all the amazing volunteers and leaders who help keep our dynamic and meaningful outreach programs thriving here at St. Peter’s.

We continue to offer our ‘Thursday Night Light’ community meal, and our weekly Hot Lunch program on Tuesdays, ‘Souper-Time’. If you are interested in helping to volunteer or support these programs, please contact the office and we will get you in touch with our lead volunteers.

The County of Northumberland has reopened its winter Warming Room site here at St. Peter’s. Thank you to the parish for your willingness to partner and support this important program for our community!