Upcoming Events

Wednesday, March 11, 4:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Kennedy Center Partners in Education Workshop Series:
Going Global: Building Understanding Through Dramatic Monologues

Mary Hall Surface, Teaching Artist - Grades 6-12.
How can we help students engage with global issues, such as gender equity, access to education and technology, and the plight of international refugees? Inspired by sources from international journalism, learn to guide students to imagine, improvise, and write dramatic monologues that give voice to diverse perspectives and help students uncover their own point of view on complex global issues and social justice.



March 20-22, March 27-29

St. Peter's Music Series and St. Peter's School Department of Theater Present:
Mary Poppins

This perennial favorite is not to be missed! Featuring the talents of St. Peter's students and parishioners, Mary Poppins will be performed for two full weekends for your enjoyment.



Saturday, April 25 at 7:30pm

St. Peter's Music Series Presents:
Flutist Angela Massey

Flutist Angela Massey will perform a recital for Flute and Piano featuring a unique and varied program of classical and contemporary selections which will amaze you. Admission is free and open to the public.



Sunday, May 17 at 3pm

St. Peter's Music Series Presents:
St. Peter's Choir and Orchestra Spring Concert

This year's Spring Concert will consist of two works by famed British choral composer John Rutter: Requiem and Magnificat. Rutter's delightful harmonies and heart-rending melodies will delight and inspire you. Admission is free and open to the public.



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Financial and Economic Brief - February 4, 2020

• Continued Gains in Consumer Spending - The U.S. economy grew 2.1% in Q4 of 2019, closing out a year in which GDP decelerated to its slowest pace in three years.

• Chinese Shares Drop amid Coronavirus - Stock markets in China fell as traders rushed to sell amid continued fears about the impact on the global economy of the coronavirus epidemic.

• Oil Prices Fall - Oil prices fell because of the concern over demand in China after the coronavirus epidemic.

Financial and Economic Brief - January 7, 2020

• Consumer Confidence Dips - According to The Conference Board, U.S. consumer confidence “dipped slightly” in December. The metric came in at 126.5 for the month, down from 126.8 in November.

• Oil Prices Rising - Oil prices rose over 1% on Monday, pushing Brent above $70 a barrel.

• Gold Highest in 7 Years - Global investors are going into safe haven assets as fallout continues from the U.S. killing of Iran’s top general, Qasem Soleimani.

Financial and Economic Brief - December 3, 2019

• Moderate Growth in Q3 - The U.S. economy grew at a moderate 2.1% rate over the summer, slightly faster than first estimated.

• OPEC to Deepen Cuts - OPEC and its allies plan to deepen oil cuts and have the deal in place so it runs at least until June 2020.

• Tariff Threat Renewed - President Trump announced that the U.S. will “restore” steel and aluminum tariffs on Brazil and Argentina, citing a “massive devaluation of their currencies.”

Financial and Economic Brief - November 5, 2019

• Consumer Confidence “Dips” - U.S. consumer confidence fell slightly in October to 125.9 from a September reading of 126.3 as worries over business conditions and employment prospects rose.

• Gannett and New Media Investment Group - Gannett reported its third-quarter earnings noting a continued decline in overall revenue but pointed to an increase in its marketing services & digital subscriptions.

• U.S.-China Trade Optimism - Technology stocks pushed the three main indexes to record highs, as hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal and an improving domestic economy raised risk appetite.

Financial and Economic Brief - October 8, 2019

• Unemployment Rate Falls - Unemployment hit a 50-yr. low in September even though nonfarm payrolls rose by just 136,000 as the economy nears full employment.

• Impeachment and the Stock Market - The launch of an impeachment inquiry into President Trump tosses another wild card into a volatile stock market.

• Trade Talks Underway - U.S. & Chinese deputy trade negotiators launched a new round of talks on Monday aimed at resolving the 15-mo. trade war, with neither side showing any signs of giving ground.

Financial and Economic Brief - September 4, 2019

• Recent Jobless Claims Fall - Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped to 209,000 for the week ended August 17, 2019, falling sharply from the week before.

• Brexit Crisis Still Uncertain - British lawmakers will try to stop Boris Johnson from pursuing what they cast as a “calamitous no-deal Brexit”.

• New Wave of Tariffs in Trade War - The new tariffs are a sharp escalation in the trade war, and could cost U.S. households $800 a year.