St. Peter's Anglican Church Synod

Jun 16, 2009 Full story: The Star

St. Peter's Anglican Church of Port St. Joe is hosting the annual Synod for the ACC-Diocese of New Orleans from June 10-12. We are welcoming delegates from Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Florida to our area.

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R Smith

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#1 Jul 23, 2009
I am delighted to see that an Anglican church has formed on Port St. Joe. The traditional service (1928 BCP) is beautiful and is still undisturbed by the contemporary world.

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