Weekly Organ Recitals – 12:15 pm
Every Thursday at 12:15 pm until our last concert on May 24th, we will have a variety of guest musicians for 45 minutes or so. These concerts are free and open to everyone.
Thursdays by Candlelight – 8:30 pm
This service is every Thursday evening. We gather in a quiet church with candles throughout. We hold a simple 45 minutes of service, reflecting on scripture, praying, and enjoying a different genre of music each week. Find a time to still yourself after a busy day and prepare for sleep with a lightened spirit.
Men’s Dinner – April 9th at 6:30 pm
Monday, April 9 at 6:30pm. Historian Matthew Wilkinson will speak on “Mississauga’s ABCD’s: Accidents, Blazes, Calamities & Disasters”. Chefs for the evening are Bill Kibblewhite & Doug Bing. Sign up on the bulletin board or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anglican History – from 7:30 to 9:00 pm
Always wondered how we came to be as a denomination? Three Wednesday’s in April (11, 18 and 25) will be an opportunity to learn our history. Led by Rev. Clem Carelse, Kevin Ball, and Roshni Jayawardena. All are welcome, no cost!
Spring Concert – April 29th at 3:00 pm
Our annual Spring Concert at St. Peter’s will be on April 29 at 3:00 pm. It will feature music performed by the St Peter’s Handbell Choir, instrumental and vocal solos and very special guests, Boys in B. Boys in B is an all male choir from Cawthra Park Secondary School that is student run and currently directed by grade 12 students Aidan McConnell and Tyrese Walters. Those that attended last year’s Spring Concert may remember the group of 10 young men that sang during that performance. They were all members of the choir of approximately 40 voices that will join us this year. The Boys in B bring a lot of energy and terrific musicianship to every performance, so they are definitely worth hearing. For the Handbell Choir, the Spring Concert allows the group to perform pieces again that have been presented in Sunday morning services throughout the year as well as new material.
Tickets will not be sold for this concert, but there will be a free will offering.
Adult Interfaith day – May 5, from 3pm to 9pm
Join Sheikh Jaffer, Rabbi Pollack and Canon Reid as we travel from mosque to church to synagogue sharing food, faith and culture on Saturday, May 5, from 3pm to 9pm. Cost is $5/person and is limited to 25 people from each place of worship. Please sign up on the bulletin board – the list is almost full!
Vacation Bible School – July 9th to 13th from 9:00 am to 4:00pm
The children, ages 4-11, will be learning about God’s love through Bible stories, games, crafts and service projects for the community. Young people, ages 12-18, are welcome to volunteer to be leaders for the camp. Together the children and youth will make new friendships, deepen their connection to God and experience the joy that comes from helping others. The cost was $30 for the first child and $20 each for siblings, with reduced fees for those who need it. To register your child print out the registration form and return to the Church Office by mail, or in person.
The Annual Inter-Church Cricket Tournament – July 23rd
The Annual Tournament will be held this year on June 23rd in Brampton. For more information and to sign up as a player or volunteer, please see the sign up sheet on the bulletin board. For more information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Bishop Jenny will be joining us as a special guest!
Mississauga Interfaith Peace Camp – July 23 to 26
Four days of Peace camp or children going into grades 2-6. This is the 2nd year of this joint program with Solel Synagogue and Masumeen Islamic Centre. Registration forms are on the table in the narthex. Cost $75/child . Registration is limited, so sign up your child(ren) quickly. If you would like more information or are interested in volunteering, please speak with Canon Jennifer Reid.