History

- A bit of history of St. Peter's Anglican Church -

St. Peter's is a masterpiece of ecclesiastic Georgian architecture built in the Palladian manner and is unique in the region. It is beautiful in its splendid proportions, scholarly detail and fine workmanship. It is of irregular octagonal shape with its sides not of equal dimensions. It has a massive roof under which is a fasci- nating unique rib-like wooden ceiling, not unlike the construction of a boat. The head mason was black and was responsible for the smoothness in the joints of the walls and a very neat keystone, which he sculptured.

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Hebrews 10:23-25
Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.

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24th Saturday

Church Cleaning and Beautification

07:00 AM
25th Sunday

Solem Mas

09:00 AM
2nd Saturday

Servers Meeting & Practice

05:00 PM

1 John 3:1

"See what great love the Father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are! The reason the world does not know us is that it did not know him"

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LESSONS FOR TODAY

1st LESSON                            PSALM                2nd LESSON                         THE GOSPEL

Genesis 9:8 – 17                      25:1 – 9                1 Peter 3:18 – 22              Mark 1:9 – 15              

 

DAILY READINGS:              Mon 19th - Sat 24th February, 2024

DAY                          PSALM                    READING I                             READING II                    

Mon 19th                  41, 52                         Genesis 37:1 – 11                                Mark 1:1 – 13 

Tues 20th                  45                              Genesis 37:12 – 24                              Mark 1:14 – 28

Wed 21st                   119:49 – 72               Genesis 37:25 – 36                              Mark 1:25 – 45

Thurs 22nd               50                               Genesis 39:1 – 23                                Mark 2:1 – 12 

Fri 23rd                    40, 54                         Genesis 40:1 – 23                                Mark 2:13 – 22

Sat 24th                    80                              1 Samuel 16:1 – 13                              1 John 2:18 – 25

  

LESSONS FOR SUNDAY 25TH FEBRUARY, 2024

LENT II         Year B

1st LESSON                                PSALM             2nd LESSON                        THE GOSPEL

Genesis 17:1 – 7, 15 – 16            22:22 – 30        Romans 4:13 – 25                 Mark 8:31 – 38

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St Peters Anglican Church Antigua

Wednesday 14th February is Ash Wednesday. There will be the blessing and imposition of ashes and Holy Eucharist. The service starts at 7:00pm

The Lenten pulpit exchange begins today. It will take place on the first four Sundays in Lent.

On the Wednesdays during Lent St. Peter’s will be sharing with St. Stephen’s and St. Phillip. We will gather this week Wednesday 21st February, here at St. Peter’s for 7:00pm. The topic for discussion is “How do I know my Mental Health Status”

 

Other Wednesday night Services in Lent

February 28th

Topic:              My Church, My Family, My Mission

Venue:            St. Philip Anglican Church

 

March 6th

Topic:              Coping with Grief and Loss

Venue:            St. Stephen Anglican Church

 

March 13th     Mission Service          

Topic:              The Need for Forgiveness

Venue:            St. Philip Anglican Church

 

March 20th     Mission Service

Topic:              Our Soul’s Salvation

Venue:            (Here at) St. Peter’s

The Diocesan Office is seeking to employ an Accounts Clerk to fill an upcoming vacancy.

 

Starting date: February 26, 2024

 

Requirements:

·Preferably Anglican Communicant

·At least five (5) CXCs including English and Mathematics or Principles of Accounting

· College graduate – Undergraduate or Associate degree in Finance, Accounting or Business                  

       Administration, Certified Accounting Technician or Diploma with continued studies will be               

        considered.

·Must be efficient in QuickBooks.

·At least three years experience in this or a similar position will be an asset

·Salary will be commensurate with knowledge and qualification.

 

Applications should be addressed to the Diocesan Secretary, Bishop Lodge, Redcliffe

 

Street, St. John’s, Antigua. Hand delivery will be appreciated,

The Diocesan Office is seeking to employ an Accounts Clerk to fill an upcoming vacancy.

 

Starting date: February 26, 2024

 

Requirements:

·Preferably Anglican Communicant

·At least five (5) CXCs including English and Mathematics or Principles of Accounting

· College graduate – Undergraduate or Associate degree in Finance, Accounting or Business                  

       Administration, Certified Accounting Technician or Diploma with continued studies will be               

        considered.

·Must be efficient in QuickBooks.

·At least three years experience in this or a similar position will be an asset

·Salary will be commensurate with knowledge and qualification.

 

Applications should be addressed to the Diocesan Secretary, Bishop Lodge, Redcliffe

 

Street, St. John’s, Antigua. Hand delivery will be appreciated,

Sunday 24th March               Palm Sunday

9:00am            Blessing and distribution of Palms, Palm procession and Eucharist

 

Thursday 28th March            Maundy Thursday

7:00pm           Eucharist and sermon

 

Friday 29th March                 Good Friday

9:00am            Good Friday Liturgy

 

Sunday 31st March                Easter Day

9:00am            Procession and Eucharist

Psalm 46:1-3

"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea, though its waters roar and foam and the mountains quake with their surging.”

Romans 1:17

"For in the gospel the righteousness of God is revealed—a righteousness that is by faith from first to last, just as it is written, the righteous will live by faith.”

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