Adult Sunday School

Adult Christian Education is an important component to learning the Christian faith through study in Christian community.

Come join us as we explore our faith together. All are welcome to attend, whether you’re new to the faith or just wanting to go more in depth with a certain topic. St. Peter’s offers a variety of Sunday morning adult classes from 9:15-10:15am from September through May.

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!

Other Adult Learning Opportunities

Looking for ways to learn on other days of the week? Join one of our small groups or take part in a retreat.

Small Groups