Sunday School for pre-K through high school confirmation runs September-May. In 2021-22, we offer a multi-age class for PreK-5th grade every Sunday from 9-10AM. Our J2A class for 8th-9th grade, which is working towards Confirmation, meets generally once per month on Saturday evening for our 5PM service and a class, plus volunteers one Sunday per month at a breakfast program in Camden. Our Rite 13 class for 6th-7th grades needs more kids in order to meet regularly; please contact us if you are curious about this or any class. Our teachers are volunteers who are dedicated to imparting God's love to our children. We encourage all families to participate as much as possible and to let us know how we can support your family's Christian Formation! Families are also encouraged to attend worship with their children.
Please complete the Sunday School registration form.
We offer a Bible Study for adults on Wednesday mornings from 11:00 AM-12:00 PM, led by Reverend Valerie, which meets in our church library. Topics have included the Psalms, women in the Bible, the parables, and difficult words of Jesus. We welcome participation, so don't hesitate to come or to contact us with questions! No previous knowledge of the Bible is required.
Special Seasonal Prayers
Morning/evening prayer in Advent and Lent.
Stations of the Cross in Lent
Vigil at the Altar of Repose Maundy Thursday-Good Friday
Request prayers for you, a family member or a friend
St. Peter’s Prayer Vine members pray daily for the healing and protection of all whose names are submitted to us. Names are kept on St. Peter’s Intercessory Prayer List for one month unless renewed. To request prayer for yourself or another, please list the name and need in the binder located in the narthex or contact the Parish Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org / 609-654-2963). All prayer requests are confidential to the members of the Prayer Vine and clergy.
A Labyrinth is designed to allow us to walk a pilgrimage with Jesus by following a designated path from the outside to the inside of the design and then back out again. It represents the long journeys that people took from their homes in Medieval Europe to the Holy Land so that they could walk in the steps of Jesus. This was a long and sometimes dangerous journey. You are invited to walk our outdoor Labyrinth to meditate on whatever is on your heart and mind in order to find your way to Jesus and God.