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|10:30 a.m. Morning Worship
11:30 a.m. Potluck
Rev. Bill Wylie-Kellermann’s 10 Year Anniversary
You may know Bill as a friend, colleague, neighbor, fellow water warrior, Manna Meal volunteer, war resister, co-defendant (Homrich 9 and others!), teacher, preacher, father and now grandfather. We know him also as pastor. We invite you to help us celebrate Bill’s tenth anniversary at St. Peter’s on Sunday May 15 at Michigan and Trumbull. The service and celebration starts at 10:30 a.m., followed by music and a community potluck. Please bring a dish to pass if you are able.
We have a special treat, a print by the artist John Augustus Swanson that will be available for those who are able to give $100 or more. Donations can be made online or by check. Please specify that it is for Bill’s celebration. But please, help us celebrate! Come on Sunday May 15 to celebrate the gifts Bill brings to you and the world! Donate if you can. Please feel free to write a note of congratulations/good wishes and send it along to Bill. You can also post notes to him on the website. Pray for Bill, for all us and for our beloved City. God knows we all need it. On behalf of all the vestry,
Bob Chapman, second warden
p.s. Attached/enclosed is a reflection Bill composed triggered by this tenth anniversary marker. There is also an attachment showing the poster that is available when you donate $100 or more.
|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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Detroit is located in Corktown at Michigan Ave. and Trumbull.