Ministries and Projects at St. Peter's
Location: Kingsway Fellowship Hall
St. Peter’s Anglican Church birthday celebrations primarily recognize the gift of life and honor each member’s birthday. A potluck lunch is served and members socialize with one another. Birthday celebrations have benefited the Greater Memphis community by offering individuals from diverse ethnic backgrounds an opportunity to (a) to appreciate and celebrate the gift of life (b) fellowship with one another and (c) provide moral and social support.
Director: Dr. Grace Kibe. Asst Director: Mrs. Billie Fielden
Blanket Outreach Ministry
Date/Time: December of each year
St. Peter’s Anglican Church blanket outreach ministry primarily focuses on providing moral caring support to members of the Greater Memphis community by offering warm blankets during the winter months. This project provides St. Peter’s members an opportunity to collaboratively work together on a project that will benefit the greater good. For the project, individuals purchase the materials and make the blankets together in a social setting.
- Winter 2013 blankets were donated to Ronald McDonald
- Winter 2014 blankets were donated to World Relief Memphis.
- Winter 2015 blankets were donated to male clients at Memphis Union Mission.
- Winter 2016 blankets were donated to The Kings, Daughters, and Sons nursing home. For this donation, St. Peter's Anglican Church partnered with Aktion’s Club who are Sponsored by Germantown Kiwanis Club.
Director: Dr. Grace Kibe
Location: Groom's Room of Shaeffer Memorial Chapel
Director: Mrs. Mary Kibe
We are available for those in our community who seek aid. We have recently helped a grandmother who cares for a completely disabled adult grandson, alone, with minimal income. Volunteers from St. Peter's have visited her regularly, replaced doors and windows in her house, repaired her heater, brought food, and aided her financially.
Director: Mrs. Billie Fielden
We are blessed with a congregation
whose members have come to our community from a wide variety of nations. We have prepared a Cookbook and our
members have contributed their favorite recipes from their native countries.
Traditional American recipes are also included. Proceeds from sales of this
Cookbook are used to support Community Outreach and other St. Peter's
Co-editors: Dr. Grace Kibe and Mrs. Billie Fielden
Our church presents a diverse international background. Because of this diversity, it is imperative to show our different cultures by portraying them through music, costume, food, and literature. The International Day Celebration will be an invaluable program to the Greater Memphis Community, because it recognizes the cultural diversity in the community and provides an opportunity to learn and appreciate the values of different cultural community groups.
Co-directors: Mr. Hector Johnson and Mr. Kevin Ouma