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In the new covenant of the Messiah, the passover event takes on its new meaning as the celebration of Christ’s death and resurrection, the “exodus” of men from this sinful world to the Kingdom of God; likewise, the pentecostal feast is fulfilled and made new by the coming of the “new law,” the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples of Christ.  

2015 Family Night

The 2015 Family night was a great celebration of the talents God has gifted each of us with.  It was a evening filled with laughter, music, signing, acting and many varied performances.  Check out some of the photos and videos from the event here.

Spiritual Resolutions

"Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth." (2 Timothy 2:15)

An enlightening article from Dn. Anish Skariya on how a true Christian New Year Resolution should be.

St. Peter's 2014 Thanksgiving

On Nov 15th, St. Peter’s celebrated its second annual Thanksgiving feast. It might have been a littler earlier than usual, but nothing was held back in terms of efforts.  A whole day’s worth of fellowship and dedication culminated in a grand dinner that served all the traditional dishes of Thanksgiving, with just enough of an Indian touch to make it unique. 

Mother Mary - Defender of Orthodoxy

Anybody who has spent more than one hour in an Orthodox Church understands that the Orthodox Church values St. Mary. Almost every prayer has some mention of her, and the Church calendar sets apart seven days where we celebrate an event in the life of the Mother of God. Without a doubt one can come to the conclusion that the Theotokos (“the God bearer”) is an important part of the life of any Orthodox Christian.