~ MINISTRIES ~

1SMALL GROUPS: For those wishing to become more involved in the maintenance of St. Peter's there are committees that meet on various subjects at church.


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1FELLOWSHIP: The Parish calendar is always filled with plenty of opportunities to enjoy each others' company through weekly Coffee Hours, four monthly movie series, quarterly Potlucks, and other special events such as Advent wreath-making and Mothering Sunday.

 

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1SPIRITUALITY: St. Peter's Church is committed to feeding our spiritual journeys through periodic pilgrimages as well as in-church events such as the Labyrinth.  The calendar link will inform you of upcoming events.

 

 

 

 

1YOUTH GROUP: St. Peter's Youth Group strives to give young people a say in ongoing church affairs as well as providing year-long activities for them to enjoy and participate in. While the Youth Group strongly believes in having fun, it also pushes for young people to become more active through community service.

 

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1SUPPORT GROUPS: St. Peter's Episcopal Church helps to house a variety of support groups for the community. Currently we have the following:

 

NA (Narcotics Anonymous) meets every Sunday at 5:00pm and Tuesday at 7:30pm in the Meeting Room.

 

AA for Women  (Alcoholics Anonymous) meets every Wednesday at 7:15 pm in the Meeting Room.

 

Positive Connection is for those infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.  For more information, please call Dominick P. Varsalone, RN, ACRN at 973-485-6596.  All calls are confidential.

 


1IN-SERVICE/OUTREACH MINISTRIES: St. Peter's offers a myriad of in-service and outreach ministries that allow all ages to participate actively in the church services.

 

These include:

IN-SERVICE: Acolyte, Alter Guild, Chalicist, Chorister, Lay Reader, Lay Eucharistic Minister (LEM), Usher, Sunday School Teacher, Nursery Attendant, Coffee Hour Host(ess)

 

OUTREACH: the Jubilee Community Development Corporation in Belleville, NJ, the M&M's: Mary Magdelene's Monday Morning Guild, and St. Peter's Haven/Food Pantry in Clifton, NJ.

 

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1ST. PETER'S HAVEN & COMMUNITY PANTRY: The Haven provides shelter and support for homeless families.  Through the work of staff and volunteers, the program empowers families to become self-sufficient and enables them to escape the trap of homelessness.  Our families live in a house on the church property or in one of two apartments at Ella's House, our residence on Burgess Place.  The Haven also provides case management, parenting classes, respite care, and health education for our resident families served through the Pantry.  The Pantry serves 1200 residents of Passaic County each month.  Food is contributed by members of the parish family, by friends and neighbors in Clifton, and by churches and other organizations throughout the county.
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