Welcome Friends! We hope you find our church hospitable, the worship meaningful and the fellowship enjoyable. Your presence is a blessing to us all.
The Cross at St. Peter's-On the Point
Looking for GOD in Messy Places...
....Bishop Jake Owensby
A book about hope and how to find it, practice it, and grow it
Sundays after 10 AM Service, except on 3rd Sunday of the month
What does the word garden mean in the Bible?
Ordered and well-watered, a garden can symbolize the abundance that God offers to human beings, the quiet care that can produce fruitfulness in our lives and in the world around us.
"For as the soil makes the sprout come up and a garden causes seeds to grow, so the Sovereign LORD will make righteousness and praise spring up before all nations."--Isaiah 61:11
GARDEN BEYOND OUR WALLS MINISTRY
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WHO ARE WE?
*We are a group of folks who just want to do more good.
*We enjoy working in the garden! We love to feed those who are food insecure!
*We come as individuals from many churches, business, schools and organizations.
Do I need to be a gardener to help?
A: No! We can show you how to help.
I don't go to church, or I go to a different church, can I still help?
What do I wear?
A: Dress for the weather in clothes a little dirt won't hurt. Work gloves, hat and a bottle of water come in handy.
How can I find out more information?
A: Call us and leave a message at: (806). 353-9594 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
* Service and build community with our invaluable seniors.
*Support mobile market to share garden produce; focus on food desert areas and limited resource neighborhoods.
* Plant a fruit tree orchard.
* Maintain and extend the water catchment system.
* Expand planting to grapes and flowers.
* Education, education, education! Spread the Good News about healthy soil, healthy food, and the love we receive and give through God's creation.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
* Time-Help on most Wednesdays at 10 am.
*We currently need: Primer and Painter! Catchment system wooden platforms
*Garden pickers and weeders
*Black sunflower bird seed
*Garden water meter fund and $ altar wine vineyard $
* spread the word. Who do you know who can help?
* Money- Use the donate "Button" to donate directly to Beyond Our Walls Garden Ministry.
You may also mail donations to:
Beyond Our Walls Garden Ministry
c/o St. Peter's Episcopal Church
4714 NW 4th Ave.
Amarillo, TX 79106
"Those with ears to hear...Listen!"
Events and Dates to Remember
Nov 19...10 am. Holy Eucharist Service
Nov 22-25...Office Closed
Nov. 26...10 am. Morning Prayer
Dec. 3...10 am. Holy Eucharist Service, First Sunday of Advent
Dec. 6...10 am. Garden Group
6 am. Holy Eucharist Service, Dine Out Group
Dec 10...10 am. Holy Eucharist Service, Second Sunday of Advent,
Hanging of the Greens,snacks
Dec. 13...9 am. DOK at St. Andrews
10 am. Garden Group
6 pm. Holy Eucharist Service
Dec. 17...l10 am. Holy Eucharist Sunday Service, followed by potluck and vestry meeting
WE ARE VERY EXCITED ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY PARTNER SQUAREMILE!
SQUARE MILE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
The Mission of Square Mile Community Development Organization:
Square Mile Community Development is a nonprofit organization formed to bring holistic and innovative development projects to our most neglected neighborhoods through collaborative and empowerment-based community partnerships.
For more information about Square Mile please look at their website:
"Being a Christian is not essentially about joining a church or being a nice person, but about following in the footsteps of Jesus, taking his teachings seriously, letting his Spirit take the lead in our lives, and in so doing helping to change the world from our nightmare into God's Dream."
...Presiding Bishop Curry
Understanding the Love Movement
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Know someone who is home bound?
Know someone who lives alone or someone that came to church before they were unable to drive or make it on their own? Please let us know and we would love to visit with them and take communion to them as well! We are happy to visit partitioners, former partitioners as well as neighborhood friends and non partitioners alike. At St. Peter's we care about connecting with all of God's Children, young and old alike. Contact Deacon Todd @ 467-9885, or Liz at the office @ 353-9594.