A Word of Welcome
Parish Lenten Study on the History of Communion starts on Wednesday, March 4 at 6 pm at St Peter's. There will be a sign up sheet on Sunday to indicate attendance to prepare for the amount of food needed, or let Fr Greg know you are planning to attend. It will run through Lent.
Holy Week Services
Tenebrae Evening Prayer @ St. Peter’s
Maundy Thursday – April 9, 2020
Pot luck and stripping of the Altar 6pm – St. Peter’s
Good Friday, April 10 - 10 am – St. John’s
Saturday Vigil - April 11 – 7 pm – St. John’s
Easter Sunday – April 12: 9:15 @ St.Peter's & 11:15 a.m. @ St. John's
On behalf of our 2 congregations, St. Peter’s Churchill and St. John’s Cookstown, we would like to welcome you to the virtual sphere of our parish. Our churches are located in growing and active communities in Simcoe County, with lots of residential development and construction underway. This growth of population in our surrounding communities reflects the growth that we feel is occurring in our churches, as we welcome newcomers and draw together fellow Christians in worship, prayer and service.
Our parish offers a wide variety of programs and activities. We have educational programs and small group activities for Women, Men and Couples. We host meals and social events for seniors and the newly retired. We have a growing Youth/Sunday school ministry that organizes outings beyond the church and also engages our young people locally in service and spiritual growth. Our 2 congregations are very much involved in local outreach programs, which are targeted towards children, families and those in serious need. All this is in addition to our music programs, weekly worship, church suppers and many other activities. There are many opportunities to serve, pray, rest or enjoy fellowship here. I invite you to meet us by exploring our website. There is no better way to connect than in person, so please know that guests are always welcome at any of our Sunday services.