St. Peter’s Senior Lunch highlights animal companionship and communication

Come enjoy a catered lunch and a fascinating talk about the animals in our lives: St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is holding its monthly Senior Lunch on Tuesday, Oct. 18, in the church Parish Hall.

This month, Debra Saum—internationally known animal artist and animal intuitive—will present her lively, informative, and inspiring workshop about the miraculous healing power of animals. She will share stories about animal telepathy and how communing with our pets and other animals has the power to change lives. Bring a photo of your favorite animal companion for a chance to win an on-the-spot session with Debra.

St. Peter’s Senior Lunches occur on the third Tuesday of every month, from 12 until 2 pm. Make your reservation by calling the church office at 858-755-1616.

There is no fee, but donations are welcome: This month, participants are asked to bring one or more food items for the Community Resource Center in Encinitas.

St. Peter’s is at 334 14th St., Del Mar, one block east of Highway 101. To learn more about St. Peter’s, see

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