Education

St. Peter’s Education Block is held at 10:45 a.m. during the school year. St. Peter’s offers a variety of learning opportunities to people of all ages not only during this time, but throughout the week.

Sunday Morning Education Block

JAM Sessions (Jesus And Me) meet Sundays from 11:00 a.m. – Noon (Labor Day through Memorial Day)
St. Peter’s provides Christian Education lessons for 2 groups of children on the first, second, and third Sunday every month; the Senior JAMmers who are in grades 3-6, and the Junior JAMmers who are age 3 through 2nd grade. Students grow through comprehensive Bible study, application of Bible lessons to everyday discipleship, and a variety of age-appropriate activities. The children rehearse a song or two all month and then share the songs with the Congregation on the third Sunday of the month as they make a joyful noise unto the Lord! All children ages 3 through the 6th grade are encouraged to attend.

First Communion Classes:  For children in 5th grade, St. Peter’s offers First Communion classes on the Sundays in Lent, at 11:00 AM – Noon.  Parents are encouraged to attend with your child, and classes are mandatory in order to have your child celebrate his/her First Communion at the 9:30 AM Sunday, April 23rd, Worship Service.  Please contact the Church Office at 754-2891 to reserve your spot in these upcoming classes.

Adult Education Class meets at a variety of announced times (Labor Day through Memorial Day)
Whether a short Bible study, a presentation from Thrivent, Hospice, or GIFTS, St. Peter’s adult education classes have something for everyone. During the school year St. Peter’s offers a different learning experience for adults.

Confirmation Class

Confirmation meets Sundays 11:00 AM – Noon.  (Labor Day through Memorial Day)
St. Peter’s Confirmation Class is open to everyone 7th grade and older that has not been Confirmed. The program spans two school years and helps students understand the teachings of Christ, what it means to be a Lutheran, and what it means to be a Christian. Students learn the meaning and importance of serving others through a variety of volunteer opportunities, as well as the meaning and importance of worship through attending services weekly. The class uses the “To Know, To Live, To Grow” Curriculum.

Monday Night Bible Study

Bible Study meets Monday from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Parsonage (Year – round)
(except the 3rd Monday of the month)
This Bible study deals with the entire content of the Bible. The study consists of reading the Bible from beginning to end and stopping periodically to discuss what was read. Whether there are questions about the words themselves or how these passages affect our lives, this group gains an insight into God’s plan for His children. New members are always welcome.