Pastoral Care and Prayer
“Let each of you look out
Associate Rector, Pastoral Care
(850) 701-0664, ext. 117
St. Paul says in Romans that the creation has been subjected to futility. That means the natural world does not always work to our advantage. Hurricanes blow in from the sea, weeds grow up from the ground, tumors take shape in the body. And as if that weren't bad enough, we all have to contend against the World, the Flesh and the Devil. The World (the heartless ways of human society), the Flesh (the dysfunctional side to human nature), and the Devil (who tempts us to sin whenever he can). The point being, life' s not always easy. And that is why a Church spends a certain amount of money on pastoral ministry: people need all the spirtual help and encouragement they can get.
Angel Food Ministry
Angel Food Ministry is a way for St. Peter’s to carry the love of Christ beyond our church walls by delivering home-cooked meals by parishioners to our members, who may have a new baby, recuperating from an illness or experiencing bereavement. Stocking St. Peter’s freezer with casseroles is a vital part of this ministry!
Daughters of the Holy Cross
Meets the first Tuesday of each month
For more information, contact Joan West at (850) 591-9242
Chaplain: Fr. Jim Hampson.
The Daughters of the Holy Cross (DHC) are dedicated to prayer, service, study and evangelism and meet regularly for worship, teaching and fellowship. As we are all called to prayer and service, all women of the parish are invited to become involved. For more information on the national organization, visit www.daughtershc.org.
Meets the second Tuesday of each month
11:00 am in the Parish Hall
11:00 am - Fellowship (Parish Hall)
11:30 am - Speaker/Program (30 min)
12:00 pm - Luncheon (Parish Hall)
- January 14
- February 11
- March 11
- April 8
- May 13
The monthly luncheon for Seniors (60+) is a time of fellowship, lunch with friends, and a variety of interesting speakers.
Stop by the Parish Life Table on Sundays to add your name to the list or call the church office. Reservations should be made by the first Thursday of each month.
| Meets 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
Stephen Ministers are committed Christians who receive 50 hours of initial education, then continual training to encourage others during difficult times. Divorce, job challenges, and loss of a loved one are among the many issues for which Stephen Ministers can provide confidential support. For more information, contact Lucile Palmer, Chairwoman at 850-570-9221, Dr. Bruce Prevatt, Vice Chairman at 850-766-0985, or Father Jim Hampson, Chaplain at 850-703-0664, ext 117.
Parish Home Visitors Visitors
The job of the Parish Home Visitors is to maintain contact with parishioners who for various reasons, such as illness or age, cannot come to church services or events. Contact may take the form of a home visit, a telephone call, or a post card. The point being that all are important, each one belongs.