St. Peter

African Methodist Episcopal Church

4730 Margaretta   St. Louis, MO  63115

314.381.3345

stpeteramestl.org

Rev. Steven D. Shepard, Sr., Pastor

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Sunday School - 8:30-9:30AM

Sunday Worship Service - 10:00AM

Prayer Meeting - Tuesdays - 6:30PM

Call in number: 1-712-432-1500

Code: 1014028#

Bible Study: Wednesdays - 12 Noon

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Monthly Calendar of Events
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Click on event title to view additional information on the monthly calendar.

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Announcement Request Form

"A Season of Change'

Romans 12:2 KJV

"With God and Each Other, We Cannot Fail"

St. Louis, MO

video Updated 3/6/2015


Annual Usher Day
Sunday, 8/28
10AM

169th Church Anniversary Celebration
Rev. Dr. Karla Frye, Preaching
September 18, 2016
10AM
Assessment: $169.00
Anniversary Luncheon
1PM

31st Inspirational Choir Concert
Sunday, 9/25
3PM
Ad Deadline: Sunday, 9/11

4th Quarterly Conference
Thursday, 9/29

BBQ Dinners
Sponsored by the Steward Board
Friday, 9/30
$10.00
(Chicken, Rib Tip, Pork Steak)
All dinners include baked beans, cole slaw & bread)





Dr. Marshall’s first published work study book, Putting My Stuff in the Past: Healing and Reconciliation, may be purchased for $15.00, through Givelify.com; St. James AME Church, St. Louis, MO 63141.


OR, you may mail a check payable to "Contingency Fund" to

455 Falaise Drive, St. Louis, MO 63141


Your book will include a personal autograph! Please include address for delivery.


The book is available for purchase from Barnes and Nobles, Amazon, Books A Million, etc.

 

Stay POSITIVE and thank you so much,

Rev. Marshall, D.Min.

Matthew 6:33

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2015-16 STL-Cape Girardeau Planning Guide

Richard Allen Stamp

(Click Here to Order Stamps Online)


The 39th stamp in the Black Heritage series commemorates preacher, activist, and civic leader Richard Allen (1760-1831), an inspiring figure whose life and work resonate profoundly in American history. This stamp coincides with the 200th anniversary of Allen's founding of the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, one of the most important institutions in African-American life, and his election and consecration as its first bishop.


The Richard Allen stamp is being issued as a Forever® stamp. This Forever stamp will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail® one-ounce price.

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Black History 365

Black History Biographies

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Richard Allen Stamp Unveiling Video

Members' Manual

Prayer & Fasting Handbook

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Women In Ministry Weekend

Friday, 9/9/16

7:00 p.m.

Revivalist the Rev. Ann Champion Shaw, Associate Pastor at Bethel AME Church in Kansas City, MO.

Saturday, 9/10/16

1:00-4:00 p.m.

Ward Chapel AME Church
11410 Old Halls Ferry Rd.
Florissant, Missouri 63033


Pre-Conference Musical

Sunday, 10/2


162nd Missouri Annual Conference

10/3-10/9/2016

Host: St. James AME Church

Rev. Eugene Marshall, Pastor

Hilton Airport Hotel
10330 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63134

800-564-7386

Hotel Registration


Welcome to Our Presiding Prelate and Episcopal Supervisor,

Bishop Clement Fugh and Supervisor Alexia Fugh



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AME Voter Alert (V-Alert) Guide

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Memorial Services FOR CHORSIE MARTIN

Family and friends have arranged memorial services. A visitation is scheduled at Austin A. Layne Renaissance Mortuary, 7302 West Florissant Avenue, 63136, from 9-11 a.m., on Tuesday, August 30, with a funeral service following the visitation. Space is limited at the mortuary chapel.


Friends have also arranged a fundraiser for the family and memorial event Saturday, August 27, 5 p.m.-8 p.m., at Weber’s Grill near the Webster Groves campus. A Gofundme site has been set up to assist his family.

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