Sunday Church School for ALL ages at 9:15AM September (Sunday after Labor Day) through mid-May (Sunday before Memorial Day).
The theme for 2016 is The Lord is my Shepherd, I Shall Not Want.
Rally Day is September 11. Please join us in the Old Fellowship Hall to kick off a new year of learning.
Breakfast for the children will be held downstairs at 9 AM each Sunday. Boxes of cereal, juice boxes, and fresh fruit are always welcomes. We ask that you bring your children at 9 AM so they have time to eat and get to their Sunday School class on time.
Meets during the Sunday School hour in room 203.
Adult Class Sunday School plans include:
A Reformation Review … As part of the reformation anniversary celebration we
will look at John Wycliffe, John Hus, Martin Luther, the Swiss Reformation, the
Anabaptists and William Tyndale.
Also as part of Reformation 500 project the graphic novel “Papa Luther” will be
used … It is the exciting story of Martin Luther, told through the eyes of his
children Hans and Magda. Later this novel will be shared with the younger
children of the Sunday church school.
Know Your Bible … All 66 Books Explained and Applied … This powerful
learning tool is packed with information; it includes a short synopsis and a longer summary of each Scripture book; and a “So what?” section of practical application. Perfect for new believers and longtime Christians!
Our non-learning activities will include participation in Rally Day and other
planned joint Sunday school activities as well as helping pack the congregation’s
ingathering collection, making cheer bags for use by the Christmas carolers, and
whatever the class wants to do.
Join us in room 203 as you are able between 9:15 –10:15 (give or take a few
minutes) all adults are welcomed.
Pastor’s Bible Study
Pastor Betty’s will resume on Wednesday, October 5, at 11 AM in the Conference Room, and will be held the first and third Wednesdays of each month. The topic this fall (2016) will be the Gospels. Call the church office to reserve your spot.
First Holy Communion Classes
Any one entering 5th grade this fall is eligible to attend First Holy Communion Classes. Class will be held in Room 106 on Wednesday, Oct 7, 7:00 PM-8:00 PM and Wednesday, October 19, 7:00 PM-8:00 PM. A parent or guardian is required to attend the class with each student. Following completion of these preparatory classes, you will receive your Fist Holy Communion on Reformation Sunday, Oct 30, at either the 8 AM or 10:45 AM worship service. A class picture will be taken in the sanctuary at the beginning of the Sunday School hour, approximately 9:15 AM.
If you are entering the 7th grade this fall, you are now eligible to be enrolled in the Catechetical class beginning this fall. Your decision to become a confirmed member of St Peter’s Lutheran Church is an extremely important decision in your Christian faith and life, and it is not one to be made or taken lightly. Specific details of the Confirmation program and requirements will be explained during the fist class session. Since this is an important step in your life,we request that one or both of your parents and/or guardian be present for this discussion.
The first class will be held on Sunday, September 18, during the Sunday School Hour starting at 9:15 AM in Room 106. Classes will continue throughout the year at the same time and room.