St. Peter’s commitment to raise disciples and follow Jesus continues this fall as we begin a new season of Christian education. It is our prayer that you join us as we learn something new and deepen our faith together.
Sunday School will resume on September 11, 2022
Sunday School will begin at 9:15 a.m. and end at 10:15 a.m.
Pre-K and Kindergarten meet in the Frog Room; grades 1-4 meet in Augsburg Alley; Youth grades 5-9 meet in their respective classrooms; Our “Pod” adult class meets in room 102.
Another adult class offering will begin on October 2nd at 9:15 am in the conference room.
Children and Youth Sunday School
Register your children and youth by using the Sunday School
registration form below!
Children Pre-K to Grade 4
Children age pre-K and Kindergarten meet in the new Prayground area inside the preschool entrance.
Grades 1-4 will meet in Augsburg Alley for opening then will rotate through Creation, Exploration or Adventure Stations.
Youth Grades 5 to 8
Grades 5/6 will meet in their new room -128 and will be talking about OT and NT ancestors and how they relate to us today.
Grades 5 and 8 will meet in room 130 and will discuss Lutheran theology and discipleship.
Email Sister Dottie for more info on our youth classes!
Grade 9 – Confirmation
Youth in grade 9 are invited to be part of our confirmation class. This class will incorporate the biblical story, Lutheran theology and discipleship which will help our youth on their journey to make the Affirmation of Baptism in the Spring. This class meets in our new youth room, room 106
Email Pastor Craig Ross for more information!
St. Peter's Sunday School Registration 2022/2023
Adult Sunday Education
The “Pod” class
meets in room 100
This class began meeting outdoors during Covid and called themselves the “Pod” – they have continued and brought their class indoors. This is a discussion-based class led by lay leaders and discusses how to live out our faith it the world. It is a combination of scripture study, current events and discipleship outside the church walls. All are invited to attend!
What does it mean to be Lutheran?
October 2- November 27
Meets in the Conference Room.
This is an 8-week class is designed to discuss the basics of Lutheranism through video and discussion. This class will look at the Reformation, Luther’s understandings, the small catechism and what it means to be a disciple of Christ as a Lutheran. Led by Sister Dottie and Pastor Ross and possible “guest” teachers. A great way to understand Lutheran Theology for the first time or as a refresher!
During the Week
Christian education doesn’t stop on Sunday. Check out some of the virtual and in-person opportunities for this fall!
Wednesday Morning Bible Study
Meets weekly in the café from 9:30 – 11:00 am. This class is led by Pastor Ross and is currently discussing the book of Matthew. All are welcome- Bring a Bible and a Friend!
Typically Meets the third Wednesday evening of the month (except during Advent and Lent which we usually meet on Tuesdays due to mid-week worship)
This group meets at 6:30 at area restaurants to discuss different topics as well as an occasional “trivia” night! This is a judgment free zone where all opinions are welcome and respected. Questions can be directed to Sister Dottie at Dottie.firstname.lastname@example.org