St. Peter's Church Sunday Service: 9:15 am

St. Peter's Sends Hope to the Community

St. Peter's signs were displayed to let the community know they are sending messages of hope. Thanks to Ann Pool, who designed and made the signs and Lavender Floral in Stroud for making a beautiful display in our spring planter;  we have let people know we are thinking of them. At present time, we are having our services via Zoom. Questions? Call Fr. Greg at 705-221-3568.


Spice Girl Bible Study

Spice Girl Bible Study: 2nd and 4th Thursday at St. Peter's in the Parish hall. Meet at noon; please bring your lunch.

We have chosen our next study: Liturgy of the Ordinary: Sacred Practices in Everyday Life by Tish Harrison Warren. All are welcome to join us. For info contact Myrlene at 705-456-6731. *Temporarily cancelled due to virus*



Commuter’s Supper


St. Peter's Commuter Suppers will take place on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 5-7pm in the parish hall. $10 each or $30 for a family of 4. Menus will vary each month. All ages are welcome. Wheel chair accessible at side door.


Soup Sundays

soupCANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: Homemade soup (sometimes chili), buns, beverages and dessert will be served from September - June. There will be a good will offering basket for those who wish to make a donation. Proceeds will be used to help in the community. Everyone is welcome to join us. If you have any questions, please speak to either Judy Martin or Mike Hogg. We thank you for your participation in this outreach project.

Calling New Choir Members

If you love to sing, the choir needs you!! No formal choir experience necessary. Practice is after service on Sundays. Please speak to Jean Zielke our organist, if you are interested or talk with any of the choir members. We would love to have you join us.



Cemetery By-Laws (St. Peter’s Cemetery Board)


George Leggett 2Two historical documents were dedicated at St. Peter's Anglican Church. The first is a three-ringed binder of census, births, marriages and death information about the Reverend Canon Morgan and his family. He planted nine Anglican churches in the Barrie area, St. Peter’s being one of them. The second is a three-ringed binder of census, births, marriages and death records for all the clergy who have served at St. Peters from 1856 to the present day. The binders are presented in gratitude for all the years of selfless service to the Anglican Church. The two binders were researched and presented to the archives by George Leggett, who worked endless hours compiling the information. These are available for viewing in the Parish hall.

*Picture courtesy of Carolyn Smurthwaithe

Memorial Wall

George Leggett, our church historian, has sent a link to the Memorial Wall at St. Peter's, which contains information regarding the sacrifices of those who were part of Canada's Forces and who lost their lives so we could be free. There is also a tribute to the men of St. Peter's, who were part of St. Peter's Church and lost their lives in the battles.

Thank you George for all your hard work putting it together, and to Dawn, his wife who  put together the pictures of the chamber, pages from the book of Memorial and the pictures of the Veterans.


Spice Girls Fundraising Cards

Ideas-for-handmade-greeting-cards-3Linda Gerow created all-occasion greeting cards as an on-going fundraising project. Handcrafted greeting cards are being offered for a nominal fee, usually $1.00 unless otherwise specified. They are available in St. Peter’s  Parish hall.  Speak to Linda Gerow if you have any questions. Proceeds will go toward Spice girls or Christmas for Kids campaign.