St. Peter's welcomes Rev. Mantelle Bradley as new clergy!
Dear Parishioners and Friends of St. Peter’s,
The Wardens and Vestry of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Clarksboro are very pleased to announce that the Rev. M. Mantelle Bradley has accepted the call to be our Priest-in-Charge beginning August 1, 2020. Mother Bradley comes to St. Peter’s with over 20 years of experience as a priest in the diocese of New Jersey, most recently serving at St. Mark’s and All Saints, Galloway, and is a 1996 graduate of General Theological Seminary. Early in her career she served as vicar at the nearby parishes of St. Luke’s, Westville and Holy Spirit, Bellmawr and was instrumental in establishing the Happenings events for diocesan youth.
We were very fortunate to have Mo. Bradley with us at the last Baptism service in the church before the pandemic closure when the pews were filled to capacity, and she has been graciously leading our online Zoom services every week at 11:00 since we began broadcasting in June.
Mo. Bradley, the Wardens, and Vestry will be working to develop our reopening plans and we are looking forward to opening our buildings and being together again in the very near future.
Mother Bradley and her two daughters, Emma, 16 and Grace, 14 will be moving into the rectory the last few days of July. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to the Bradley family!