Youth Ministry Programs

St. Peter's shield - small Sundays

Middle School and High School Sunday School

Sunday Mornings beginning September 14
10:25-11:05 am

Sunday School for middle and high schoolers begins back on September 14th.  Come ready for a new year with a few new faces helping to teach!  Middle School will meet in the Youth Room while High School will meet in the Conference Room.

 Real Life – Middle School & High School Fellowship and Bible Study

Sunday Nights beginning September 21
5:30-7:37 pm in the Parish Hall

So, here is a BIG change in how we do things in youth ministry at St. Peter’s!  Beginning this fall, we are starting small groups for all students grades 6-12 on Sunday evenings at the Church!  The purpose of these groups is to provide students an opportunity to study Scripture together while also building meaningful Christian friendships and community.  Each small group will be lead by parishioners who have volunteered to be a part of the youth ministry team!
Here is what Sunday night will now look like:  We will first eat a meal together from 5:30-6:00 in the Parish Hall.  Following a brief introduction to the evening at 6:07 we will meet in small groups (divided by grades and gender) throughout the church from 6:15-7:15. Then, at 7:20 we will gather for Compline (prayer before bedtime) together in the Nave and be on our way by 7:37pm.  Real Life starts on September 21st!

St. Peter's shield - small Wednesdays

Wednesday Night Fellowship –Middle School Students

Wednesday Night beginning September 17
Dinner begins 5:00
6:15-7:30 pm, Youth Room

September 17th is the return of our Wednesday Night program for children through adults, including our middle school students!  Dinner begins for the whole family at 5:00 and everything else gets underway at 6:15.  We will meet in the newly furnished Youth Room for fun and time together in God's Word!

St. Peter's shield - small Acolyte and Youth Lector Ministry

Middle and High School Students
Sunday Morning Worship Services

One of the greatest gifts of our Anglican Tradition is that there are plenty of opportunities to serve in worship! St. Peter’s Acolyte and Youth Lector ministries provide a great opportunity
for students to serve and help lead us in our communal praise of God each Sunday. For more information, including how to be involved with these important ministries, contact Gloria
Mullins ( or Jamey McClenny (jamey