Thursdays in the garden, 9:30am-11am. Now that the heat of summer is gone we can weed, prune, divide & tidy up the gardens in preparation for winter. Please join Kristy Stone if you have the free time, or feel free to do a little weeding on your own. Also, if you have extra hardy plants of your own, feel free to drop them off. Just let me know where you’ve put them!
Lost and Found for 7th & 8th Graders is November 18th, 19th, and 20th. Paperwork is on the bulletin board next to Pastor’s office! Paperwork is due October 16!
St. Peter’s Annual Camping Trip will take place Sept. 30th – Oct 2nd at Prince William Forest Park. Like last year we will be at Cabin Camp 2 “Mawavi”. It is on the Joplin Road side of the camp. The suggested donation for the trip is $140 per family and can be placed in the offering plate with “Camping” written in the memo section or it can be given to Suzanne Dawn or Stacy Novak. The sign up sheet is in the narthex.
Please Join Vicki Thorpe for a Shred It Event with Thrivent on Saturday, September 17th from 9 am-12 noon at Thrivent Central Park parking lot behind Chuck E. Cheese off of route 3 West in Central Park.
The 27th Annual Fredericksburg Welsh Festival will be held on September 17th from 11 am- 5 pm at the James Monroe Museum. Come enjoy music, children’s activities, dancing, and much more!
Our next Micah Meal will be September 21st 17th at Christ Lutheran Church at 1300 Augustine Ave in Fredericksburg from 4 pm until 6:30 pm. The Bier, Brats, and Bible men are sponsoring the dinner so, please sign up at the welcome desk to help or to bring desserts. Please contact Pam Fragoso, Mary Molter, or the church office if you have any questions.
Please join Fredericksburg area religious leaders of many faiths and the Rappahannock Rotary on September 20th from 6:30-7:15 pm at Hurkamp Park, at the corner of William Street and Prince Edward Street, in Fredericksburg, for a “Gathering of Peace” to recognize and celebrate the International Day of Peace. The group invites people of all ages to bring a flower to add to a giant bouquet as we join together in song, prayer, and meditation in support of the cause of peace and unity.