Faith Formation at St. Peter's Church
Faith formation, or the forming of people as disciples of Jesus Christ, is a lifelong journey. So, we offer a variety of programs to help equip people of all ages for this journey. The Episcopal Church's Charter for Lifelong Christian Formation tells us that God invites us to enter a life of prayerful worship and continuous learning. He also inspires us to develop new learning experiences and equip disciples for life in this world. Finally, God transforms us into a loving community who witnesses to the love of God as we strive to do the work Jesus calls us to do. In doing so we develop a faith of the head, the heart, and the hands. Join us as we live out our baptismal vows as a community of faith!
Children at St. Peter's
St. Peter's offers a variety of programs for children of all ages, in church, after church, and at home! If you are interested in having your child baptized at St. Peter's, we are here to answer questions. Children are welcome here! Click a button below to learn more!
Families & Adults
Families come in all shapes and sizes, and we know that people have different formation needs at different stages of life. Whether you are looking for personal formation or caring for an entire family, we have resources to help you on your journey.
Confirmation & Youth
For older children our confirmation program is a two-year, dynamic experience, usually for students in 7th & 8th grade. For high school students, our youth group meets regularly for prayer, service, and fellowship. Check out our programs below!
Faith at Home & Church
We love to see you at church, and we offer lots of activities there, like LIFE 2.0. We also know that real faith is formed in the home, too. Check our pages below--we can equip you to be a leader in your family's formation!
July 15, 22, 29 / 10:00 am / Church Lawn
Our summer tradition continues at St. Peter's! Join us for three weeks in July for our summer formation program for children ages 3-10. We gather on the Church Lawn at 10:00 am for learning and fellowship, and join the rest of the congregation at the Peace. All are welcome!