Fellowship Groups

The core of a church is the Eucharist but the parish family is the group that makes it a vibrant, unique community.  St. Peter's offers a range of ways to be part of that community. Due to COVID -19 protocols, some of these groups are taking a hiatus at this time.  

Daughters of the King

This is an order for service and prayer for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church.  Daughters dedicated to prayer, service and evangelism.

Jr. Daughters of the King

Girls aged 7 - 21 years old get together monthly to pray, do service projects and find ways to serve God.  They show their love of God through prayer and service projects.  They collect food to place in "Bags of Grace" to hand out to homeless people on the streets of large cities and they collect and wrap toiletry items for seafarers who come to the Port of Houston during the Christmas season.  And they have fun too by organizing a tea for the ladies of the church where all get to dress up in hats and gloves.

Men's Fellowship Breakfast

In an atmosphere of fellowship and comraderie over breakfast or coffee, share news and church happenings with members and other friends each Friday.  All men are invited to join them.

Sunday Hospitality

Volunteers of two or three people prepare coffee, iced tea and donuts for "Coffee Hour" on Sunday mornings.  After the late service members congregate in the Parish Hall to visit.

Dinners and other Celebrations

St. Peter's members like to get together and socialize to celebrate seasons of the church.  Before the solemn season of Lent, parishioners meet to have a pancake supper cooked by the youth and their dads.  A competitive Bingo game with prizes follows dinner.  Lenten suppers of soup and salad with contemplative prayers and discussions take place Wednesdays.  

Small group get-togethers are quite common at St. Peter's.  Groups meet for fellowship and dinner at different member homes to learn from and about one another.  

Astros Games

Yearly a group of St. Peter's members will go to "Episcopal Night at the Astros".  Hotdogs and peanuts are given out at Christ Church Cathedral before the game.  So good to watch our World Series Champion 'Stros!

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