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St. Peters' News

PHOTOS NEEDED!  Patsi Walton is updating the photo board in the parish hall. If you have any photos of church events that you would like to share, please bring them to church and leave in Vel’s mail box (opposite the drink machine).

We are in need of Sunday School teachers, nursery attendants, and adults, to help with our Children's Chapel worship service.  If interested, please contact Debbie Whitehorne at 499-7034, Yvonne Authement at 547-3049 or Wendy Glaeser at 548-2728.  Thank-you!

Chanco on the James
Chanco on the James is our diocesan camp and conference center and is situated on the James River in Surry, Virginia.  Chanco is a fully accredited camp operating continuously for over 40 years providing youth opportunities for individual challenges, personal growth and lifetime friendships in God's great outdoors.  Space is still available for youth ages 8-18 in all camp sessions.
For more information, visit http://www.stpeters-norfolk.org/camp_chanco.html, or for easy online registration, visit http://www.chanco.org today or call 1-888-7CHANCO and sign your child up for the summer experience of a lifetime!

St. Peter's Lunch Bunch
The women of St. Peter's meet monthly for fellowship.  They are always looking for new members. 
The next meeting is on December 11 at 12:30pm at Ruby Tuesday Restaurant at 1201 N. Military Hwy, in front of Home Depot.
There is a sign up list in the parish hall.   Sign up today! 
For more information contact Millie Coward at 455-5887 or email m.jlc@verizon.net.

October's meeting at Frankie's Place for Ribs

St. Peter's Workday
Thank-you to all who helped with the work day on Saturday, August 19, to get the day school ready for the new year. Work included the spreading of playground mulch, weeding, hedge trimming, and painting. Lunch was provided by Millie Coward and Lynne Monette.



For Your Information

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