Fr. Terry Bennett visits St. Peter's for Eucharist with the Parish Aug. 13, 2023
Rev. Terry Bennett visits St. Peter's for Eucharist with the Parish on August 13, 2023 while Fr. Greg is on holidays. It was wonderful to see him and his wife Leslie and dog, Rosie. Thanks to Judy Klementti for this collage of photos.
The "Belles of St. Peter's" visit the Lady Sadie Tea Room in Allliston, August 2, 2023
Eight of the 'Belles" were able to get together during the summer to visit the Lady Sadie Tea Room in Alliston. It was a wonderful experience, shared with friendly and happy people. We WILL go back.
New signs and parking lot upgrades 2022
In-person services have resumed at both churches: St. Peter's @ 9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. at St. John's. There will be live-streaming at St. John's at 11:15 a.m. on YouTube. An email will be sent to both congregations so viewing is easy.
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)
Two historical documents were dedicated at St. Peter's Anglican Church.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