Children at St. Peter's have a number of opportunities for formation. From Sunday mornings to special events, our goal is to make learning the faith fun and interesting. Our activities are always open for appropriately aged children of the community and we encourage our children to in invite a friend.
Preschool Story Time
This program meets on Wednesdays, alternating between 10:00 AM and 1:00 PM each week. Usually running in two, ten week sessions, one in the fall and one in the winter/spring, Storytime is intended for children who have not yet started kindergarten. Children hear bible stories, sing songs, make a craft, share a snack and enjoy each other’s' company. Often parents organize informal play dates on our playground before or after our sessions. The program usually lasts 45 minutes to an hour.
Summer Vacation Bible School
Each Summer St. Peter's offers a Vacation Bible School, which is open to the entire community. Children learn Bible stories, important biblical themes, sing songs, make crafts, and play games. We end the week with a short program, so parents, friends and families can hear some of the themes that their children learned during the week as well as enjoy the songs that were sung during the week.
Teens seem to love St. Peter's and St. Peter's loves its teens! From Sunday mornings to special events, check out the information below to learn about our programs and how you can join in.
We encourage all our Middle School and High School students to participate in Sunday worship each week. Students have the opportunity to serve as acolytes, ushers, greeters, eucharistic ministers, readers, musicians and tech assistants.
Life Together is where fun, deepening of relationships and formation takes place for our students in middle school and high school. Life together will meet on Sunday afternoons at 4 pm in the fall of 2016throughout the school year. Life together begins with games, check-in and small group formation. Small groups are divide by age: 6-8th grade, 9-10thgrade confirmation prep small group and 11-12th grade young adults group. It is our hope that Life Together is a fun, safe space where students are accepted for the amazing people God created them to be and a place where they can deepen their relationship with Jesus and one another.
For more information for how to get involved please contact Andy Romano.
A one-year program designed as part of our regular Sunday Life together youth offerings,is a place to discover if you are ready to make an Adult committment to the promises that were made at Baptism or just learn more about the Way of Jesus in the Episcopal tradition. Classes are not currently on going. Contact the church office if you'd like more information.
On Sundays at 9:00 AM an adult study group facilitated by parishioner Sandy Miller, explores scripture, literature and small group studies on a variety of topics that address the intersection of culture, the church and our sacred texts. Lively discussion and diverse perspectives are part of this gathering. This group meets in the library. For more information contact Sandy Miller.
Education for Ministry (EFM) is a unique four-year distance learning certificate program in theological education based upon small-group study and practice. Since its founding in 1975, this international program has assisted more than 80,000 participants in discovering and nurturing their call to Christian service. EFM helps the faithful encounter the breadth and depth of the Christian tradition and bring it into conversation with their experiences of the world as they study, worship, and engage in theological reflection together. EFM at St. Peter's meets on Monday Evenings at 6:30-9 PM. For more information please contact Tracey Forfa.