St. Peter’s Hurricane Update
Saturday evening and Sunday services have been cancelled.
The church campus, Preschool and MaxLife are closed today through Monday, September 11. Seminole County is expected to feel the brunt of Hurricane Irma this Sunday.
Note: The Ordination of Tom Phillips and Rob Strenth will proceed as scheduled Saturday, September 9 at 11:00 a.m. at the Cathedral in downtown Orlando. Those planning to carpool are still meeting at St. Peter’s at 9:45 am.
We pray for our parishioners and community. Our bulletins planned for this weekend are below. Although we may not be worshiping within the church building, we can worship where we are and with those around us.
We will assess the church campus on Monday and make further closure decisions at that time. We will continue to communicate via our website, social media, and email.
We would like to remind our parishioners to stay up-to-date with the local news and to take all necessary precautions in order to remain safe throughout the storm.
Hurricane Irma: After the Storm
As people grasp the scale of the impact of Hurricane Irma, St. Peter’s Lake Mary is mobilizing to meet the needs of our parishioners and neighbors. If you are in need of help after the storm or if you feel called to help others, St. Peter’s in here for you! Visit the St. Peter’s website http://stpeterslakemary.org/irma/ or click on the links below.
I Want to Help
There are countless ways you can help, from housing those who have been displaced to assisting with home or lawn clean-up, to delivering supplies, to cooking, to calling parishioners, to referring business services. We can use you!
Hurricane Irma Volunteer/Resources Form
I Need Help
The church is here to help meet your needs! Please let us know how we can help you.
Hurricane Irma Relief Needs Form
DONATE TO HURRICANE IRMA RELIEF FUND
Donations to St. Peter’s special Relief and Development fund will be designated for and restricted to Hurricane Irma relief efforts. Every dollar donated will go directly back into our parish to help those affected by Hurricane Irma.