Praising God at Home

We worship ON-LINE at 9 AM Sunday.

Location Details

314 N. Division at Telegraph Carson City, NV 89703

What In Heaven's Name Is Going On?

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Checks can be mailed to the Church Office at
305 N. Minnesota St. Carson City, NV 89703

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Information for You

Auction! – Sunbonnet Sue

Collectible vintage (est. 1940’s) textile piece in the very popular Sunbonnet Sue motif. Suitable as a queen bed topper, a twin bed coverlet, or a charming wall hanging at 75” x 82”. Ecru, hand-stitched appliqué blocks joined with machine-tatted bands. In excellent condition. To bid, email St. Peter’s Episcopal Church at churchoffice@stpeterscarson.city with subject line BID. In the body of the email list your name, the amount of your bid, and your telephone number. Information will be treated as confidential…

Online Worship Only

Check your email for an RSVP invite to worship ONLINE with Zoom! Didn’t get the email blast? Email the churchoffice@stpeterscarson.city to get one! Got the email? Click and Register now for additional instructions and to download the Zoom software. Then click on the email Sunday morning when we open the meeting. More about ZOOM software.

From the rector

Dear people of St Peter’s,   Next week the season of Lent commences with Ash Wednesday, the 10:00 am service in the church building and the 6:30 pm Ecumenical Service at First Untied Methodist Church. Coventry Cross is hosting a Shrove Tuesday pancake supper the evening prior at 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. If anyone can bring bacon, sausage, or juice, that would be lovely.   The first Sunday of Lent is March 1st. Sunday services open with the Penitential Order –…

Sermons

Crossroads

Deacon Veronica Galas explores crossroads in our life and from 1 Corinthians 1:10-18 and Matthew 4:12-23. What would it be like for us to love our neighbor; through collorborative. legistlative, political decisions and collective compromise, value based, not as lobbyists but as advocates for humanity. Bishop Michael Curry

What Are You Looking For?

Inspired by the unanswered question that begins (John 1:29-42) and ends the Gospel of John, Father Jeff takes a musical survey of what the congregation is looking for.

Keep Things Right

Father Jeff Paul talks about how the Karma Box, the ministry to people experiencing homelessness in Night Off the Streets, and stories from the books below show how we can follow Jesus to John and Keep Things Right. Based on Matthew 3:13-17 click the reference to read or listen to Deacon Betty read it at the beginning of our recording. More information about the books referenced in the sermon are at the end of this post. It is always good…