Adult Christian Formation is one of the cornerstones of the experience at St. Peter’s. Sundays from September through May, the Adults class meets between our two Eucharists for about 45 minutes to discuss a wide variety of topics. Discussions can be centered on the lectionary readings of the day, on a book, on an issue of concern, or on a general topic of interest.

Past topics have included:

  • Background to the Bible, with a general overview of how it was compiled, when documents were written, and more
  • Personal finances from a Christian perspective
  • A Lenten program- a series of classes centered around the season of Lent and spiritual preparation for Easter
  • The Labyrinth- a series of classes about how to use our labyrinth for prayer
  • An Enquirers class for those who want to know more about the Episcopal Church

Discussion topics vary widely, and are sometimes led by our clergy, and sometimes by lay people in the congregation. Classes tend to be small, intimate discussions (not large lectures), and everyone is welcome to attend.

All are welcome to attend any week’s discussion! The place for the week’s class is announced in our Sunday bulletin, and class is held between our Eucharists.