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St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Detroit is a welcoming
and affirming community working to make a
difference in and with Detroit. St. Peter’s Episcopal Church DetroitSt. Peter’s Episcopal
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Pastor-in-charge, Rev. Bill Wylie-Kellermann
is a United Methodist pastor under appointment to St Peter’s since 2006. A nonviolent community activist, teacher and writer, his ministry extends in a number of directions.

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St Peter’s Newsletter May 2014

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MUST-READS FOR ACTIVISTS:

For the Love of Justice by Lydia Wylie-Kellermann, St Petet's Church Detroit
Seven sacred works for young activists (like me)

GeezMagazine.org/magazine/article/for-the-love-of-justice/
Breakfast with Jesus by Kim Redigan, St Petet's Church Detroit
breakfast with Jesus

WriteTimeforPeace.com/2010/02/breakfast-with-jesus/

 

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St. Peter’s Episcopal Church has a three story Parish Hall that we’ve converted into a Peace & Justice Hive for organizations to utilize.  We currently have two available offices for lease ($450/month and $200/month).  Email our administrative assistant Tommy Airey at tommyairey@hotmail.com if you are interested.  

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St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Detroit is located in Corktown at Michigan Ave. and Trumbull.


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