We are a very special place to have a wedding under the auspices of the Episcopal Church (Anglican) rubrics and guidelines. We are open to everyone. If you are interested, please contact our Wedding Coordinator Tammy Franz-Mallen at email@example.com or call 617.962.0246.
In the Presence of Almighty God in His Love for all, we offer weddings at St. Peter's to every couple including LGBT couples who wish to become married in God's Church. Pictured here at St. Peter's are Fr James Harlan, rector at Bethesda by the Sea in Palm Beach and Fr. Calvin Sanborn, former rector St. George's in York Harbor at a recent wedding of Michael Smyser and John Varga of Palm Beach, FL.
Our music program under the excellent leadership of Harold Stover, our staff of priests, and with the direction of Tammy Franz-Mallen, the Wedding Coordinator , you will be very pleased as your wedding ceremony takes place here at St. Peter's.
IT IS ALL ABOUT LOVE....GOD'S LOVE
We welcome Nolan Anthony Huitt into Holy Baptism with the fire of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. Fr. Patrick Gahan holds Nolan as he has just been baptized as one of God’s children and in His Holy Church. Nolan is the youngest grandchild of Ms Susan Martin.
The Son of God, our Savior and Redeemer, calls each of us to come and be baptized by the power of the Spirit+
As Eucharist Minister Michael Smyser pours water into the basin over Fr. Gahan's hand, Holy Scripture is read blessing the water to be used for baptizing God’s children into Christ' Church.
The Memorial Garden at St. Peter's by the Sea Episcopal is consecrated ground. It is the only one of its kind in coastal southern Maine. This sacred ground remains a viable and attractive alternative to proprietary cemeteries in the area.
The grounds are always under the professional and loving care by local gardener Jean Husby. A continued planting program to add new flowering plants each year has created a very serene and fragrant garden on the hill adjoining the Church of St. Peter's. We now have the cremains of 19 saints since our first internment in 2007. We also hold 13 Certificates of Interment Rights for folks who’ve decided to have their earthly remains here at St. Peter’s Episcopal.
Many walk through the Memorial Garden and enjoy the peacefulness while others prefer to sit on one of the benches to meditate or pray before and after worship. A monument displays the names of those who are interred here. The Celtic cross is a reminder of who we are and whom we keep our strength in highlighting the Garden.
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