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St. Peter's Episcopal Church

  • 311 High Street
    Paris, Kentucky 40361
    Mailing Address
    P. O. Box 27
    Paris, Kentucky 40362-0027
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Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • Weekly Services 

    (Until further notice, masks are required for all services)

    8:15 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite II (Spoken) 

    10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite II

    Please call the office if you have any concerns or suggestions. 987-2760.

    The office is open from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., Monday thru Thursday.

Sunday

  • Holy Eucharist Rite II (Spoken)
    – 8:15 AM to 9:15 AM
  • Choir Rehearsal (Sanctuary)
    – 9:30 AM to 10:15 AM
  • Holy Eucharist Rite II
    – 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Announcements
  • Connecting with St. Peter's

    BIBLE WOMEN: All Their Words

    and Why They Matter

    Chapter 12

    The Women Who Speak in 2 Kings

    "THE SERVANT GIRL OF NAAMAN'S WIFE"

    Who was the servant girl of Naaman's wife? Join in the lively discussion to read about this Israelite girl who was taken captive by the Aramean army ... a kind, trusting, nameless person in the Bible.

    Tuesday, Sept. 21, at Noon.

     Check e-NEWS for connections to this weekly discussion.

    EVERYONE WELCOME!

  • PARIS STORY FEST AT ST. PETER'S OCT. 10

    PARIS STORY FEST AT ST. PETER'S SUNDAY, OCT. 10 FEATURES AWARD-WINNING STORYTELLER MOTOKO DWORKIN

    The delightfully talented Mime and Storyteller, Motoko Dworkin, who was featured on Mister Roger's Neighborhood, is coming to St. Peter's on October 10, at 10:30 a.m.

    Ms. Dworkin, a native of Osaka, Japan, has lived in Massachusetts since 1986. She trained with mime master, Tony Montanaro and, in addition to her appearance on PBS, she has toured Miyasaki, Japan, as part of the Carnegie Kids in Miyazaki Project.

    She has been invited many times to the National Storytelling Festival in Tennessee and received the Circle of Excellence Award from the National Storytelling Network.

    Her stories include Asian folk tales, Rakugo and Zen tales, ghost stories, mime vignettes, as well as oral memories from her childhood in Osaka and as an immigrant to the United States.

    Click on her image above or HERE to be treated to a Youtube video of Ms. Dworkin as she explains her performances and gives us a taste of what we will enjoy on October 10. Everyone welcome!

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At St. Peter's it all begins at the table.

At the table we are greeted with familiarity, regaled in nostalgia, bought to tears by others' pain, and revived back to life by the grace of God. As our lives revolve around the tables in our own homes, our lives at St. Peter's revolve around the Eucharist. We are beginning our 188th year around the table, and looking forward to the next 189 years to come.

 

 
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