St. Peters offers February family fun

Here are three family-friendly events coming this month to St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Del Mar:

Saturday, Feb. 12: Chocolate Party and Old Fashioned Taffy Pull. All ages are welcome to come join for an evening of macaroni-and-cheese dinner, a chocolate fountain, chocolate games and an old-fashioned taffy pull. From 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Feb. 20: SOS Sunday. After the 9 a.m. service, families are invited to participate in Serving Others Sunday. Everyone can pitch in to help pack lunches and sort clothes for our Helping Hands Ministry, which provides food, showers and clothing for the many homeless that come to our church for assistance.
Saturday, Feb. 26: Annual Meeting and Project. Wildlife From 4–6 p.m., the church will be holding the St. Peter’s Family Reunion, a.k.a. the Annual Meeting. All are welcome, and all communicants in good standing are eligible to vote on such issues as new vestry members. At the same time, on the church campus kids will be invited to meet some unique animals with a representative from Project Wildlife.

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is located at 334 14th St, in Del Mar village, one block east of the 101. For more information, contact Anne-Marie Dicce at mdicce@stpetersdelmar.net or 858-755-1616.

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