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The Episcopal Church is a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion, with 70 million members in 164 countries. We are a community of Christians bound together by our belief that Holy Scripture contains the very core of all Christian faith and thought, by the many ancient and modern stories that connect us to Jesus and his teachings, and by discovering daily God's hope and call to us through our life together.
Endeavoring to proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ and to be faithful stewards of God's gifts, St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Clifton strives to be faithful in worship, to be a center of fellowship and spiritual formation for all who enter our doors, and to serve the homeless and the hungry through the work of St. Peter's Haven. For more information, Click Here.
Message from Episcopal Relief and Development:
We respond to storms in the U.S. and U.S. territories through our U.S. Disaster Program. Through our partnerships with Episcopal dioceses, we offer resources and training to help people prepare for disasters and provide emergency support so vulnerable people can make a sustained recovery after the storm. The benefit of our partnership with Episcopal churches is that these congregations are already deeply integrated within their communities. In other words, the Episcopal Church is there before responders arrive and will remain long after the news cameras have gone. You can help provide critical relief to affected communities by donating to our Hurricane Relief Fund. To donate and read the latest updates, visit https://support.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-relief.
Healing Service — Wednesday, October 24th
A Healing Service is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 10:00 AM in the sanctuary. All are welcome. The service consists of Prayers, Psalms, Lessons and Anointing. It is an opportunity to come together in faith to pray for healing and wholeness of spirit, mind and body, for ourselves and other. Ross Sweetland and Gladys Hughes lead the Service.
All Saints Remembrances — November 4, 2018
On All Saints Sunday we shall read the names of those who have died during the past year. Those who have died in former years will be remembered in a memorial booklet. Pease submit the names to the parish office by November 1, 2018.
Janet Wells, on behalf of The Order of the Eastern Star of NJ, is collecting all kinds of used postage stamps, pop tabs from cans, old eye glasses, glass cases, hearing aids, used ink cartridges, and Campbell labels. A collection box will be available in the Narthex for this ongoing project which benefits various charitable organizations: care and feeding of seeing eye puppies, outreach to those in need of glasses and hearing aids, and Shriners Children Hospital.
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