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Simone Campbell, SSS will Speak at CSP

Sr. Simone Campbell has spoken both at Historic Saint Peter and the Community. She is the Executive Director of Network, a social justice lobby in DC. She and her staff break down pending legislation and current policy in everyday terms, explain where the money is coming from and where it is going, and where the inequities are. She is a fierce defender of the poor. She believes everyone has the obligation to speak up and act out on behalf of the underserved.

The Community of Saint Peter is honored and humbled to host Sr. Simone and her Network team. Please join us on Saturday afternoon, October 12, at 3pm for a memorable gathering. Carpooling is recommended and secured parking is available behind the Baker Electric Building at 7100 Euclid Avenue, off E. 71st between Carnegie and Euclid Avenues. Member of the Community will be present to great you at the door and direct to our space.

For more information, see the announcement in our News section .

Who We Are

The Community of Saint Peter is an intentional community in the Catholic tradition, established in 2009. After worshiping for a short time at Cleveland State University, the community gathered together in its new space on the fifteenth of August 2010. At present, our membership numbers 260 households, (about 400 people). Members come from as near as the city and inner-ring suburbs, and as far away as Summit, Lorain, and Geauga counties.

We are an inclusive community which values diversity and welcomes all who are hoping to find a place of acceptance and a place to share their faith without judgment or prejudice.

The community is committed to its presence in the inner city of Cleveland and has worked to establish ministries which aid the most vulnerable in our city.

At the center of our life together is the Eucharist, which draws us together, sustains our ministries and sends us forth in the service of the gospel.

We are committed, as well, to a strong program of education for our members and the wider community.

Through our social justice activities we work not only to meet the immediate needs of others, but also, to work for the necessary systemic change which will bring about lasting equality and justice.

The community is governed by an eleven member board of trustees who are elected by the community to guide the life and work of the community in the present and insure our ongoing stability in the future.

A pastor-administrator, hired by the board, is charged with overseeing the liturgical, pastoral and administrative needs of the community.

The Community of Saint Peter strives to be a model of involvement, commitment and mutual concern, which we believe will be the hallmarks of church communities in the future.

We believe that as the church, the people of God must to be alive and present in and for the world. This is the central focus of our concern, attention and use of our resources.