Grace and St. Peter's Episcopal Church
The Last Sunday after the Epiphany

February 14, 2021     

Sunday Morning Links and Bulletin
Ash Wednesday Service Information
Vestry Meeting with Bishop Douglas and Parishioners
Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner
Lenten Program
Jinho's Journey Podcast


Sunday Morning Schedule

The Last Sunday After The Epiphany 
9am Virtual Service

The Rev. Bob Bergner, Presiding
Download the bulletin in Word, PDF

Join us live on:
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or by Zoom:
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Coffee Hour Zoom Information
9:30 or immediately following the service
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February 17th
Service on Zoom and Facebook

Bulletin in Word, PDF
Zoom link to be sent Wednesday Morning

G&SP Vestry Meeting With Bishop Douglas
Parishioners Encouraged to Attend!

Tuesday February 16th

Bishop Douglas will be joining us for the February 16th Vestry Meeting, speaking about our parish life and racial justice initiatives throughout the diocese. Bishop Douglas has provided "homework" to read and contemplate prior to the meeting, which is based on the ECCT wide-ranging resolution calling the parishes of ECCT to acknowledge and dismantle systemic racism, white supremacy and anti-Black bias. The homework includes: 
  • the reading of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”, 
  • the reading of the original letter from the eight white clergy leaders to which Dr. King was responding (including the Rt. Rev. C. C. J. Carpenter, Episcopal Bishop of Alabama.)
  • Questions for discussion
You may access the homework HERE

Zoom information will be emailed Tuesday morning.

Shrove Tuesday Zoom Social Hour
Pancakes Optional (Pandemic Style!)
6-7pm February 16th

 Join G&SP folks for a Shrove Tuesday social hour, and feel free to bring pancakes--or whatever you might be having for dinner-to the gathering.  Seems pandemics bring with them a "free pass" to eat in front of others! 

This gathering is being held immediately before the Vestry Meeting, and there will be separate zoom links for each.  The links will 
be emailed Tuesday morning.

Lenten Programs
Faith Study and Jesus' Kingship of Kinship  

 Through the book Manna and Mercy, the Faith Study Group has been discussing God's generous, loving plan for God's people. During the Jesus' Kingship of Kinship meetings, in conversation with local community leaders, we will think about how we can put God's plan into practice in the modern world.  The schedule is below, details for each week, and zoom information forthcoming!
February 22nd -- Jesus' Kingship of Kinship. 
Guest Speaker, Melissa Atterberry Jones, Director of The Village Community Center for Youth 

February 23rd -- Faith Study

March 1st -- Jesus' Kingship of Kinship 
Guest Speaker, Alden Woodcock, Director of Emerge CT (partner of Swords to Plowshares) 

March 4th --Faith Study

March 15th -- Jesus' Kingship of Kinship
Guest Speaker, Rabbi Emeritus Herb Brockman, Congregation Mishkan Israel

March 23rd --Faith Study

Jinho's Journey
A Podcast from the February 4th Edition of Snap Judgement

Snap Judgment
As a follow up to our conversation on policing at the Annual Meeting, the link below leads to a radio piece mentioned by Arnie Pritchard. 

A hip hop artist from Oakland leaves his mic behind to join the police force and fight for justice from the inside.


We pray for our ministries at Arden House and Whitney Manor.  We pray for our Friday night dinner ministry.  We pray for the ministry of Christian Community Action in New Haven, and the families they serve.  We pray for our own parish of Grace and St. Peter's.

We pray for those in need of healing: 
Andy, Frank, Sharon, Dan, Glenn, Peter, Mary, Mac, Alice, Bernadette, MargeSandi, Micki, Matthew, Peter, Nancy, Judy, John, Chukky, Elsie, Joan, Annabelle, Charles, Fiona, Marion, Dan, Debbie, Ellen, Nicole, Cassie, Phillip, Anthony, Mary-Anne, Margaret, Gwennie, Christy,  James, Pat L., Ed, Alicia, Sean, Diane, Debbie, Esther, Candice, and Verna.  We hold in our hearts Annabelle Shaw, her family, and all those who mourn.

Joining the Episcopal Church of Connecticut in the cycle of prayer, we pray for:  All Saint’s, East Harford; Christ & the Epiphany, East Haven; and St. John’s, East Windsor.  We also pray for the Haitian ministry in the Episcopal Church in Connecticut.
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