sunday MOrning Bible Class options

Winter schedule:  March 31-May 19

(no classes on Easter)

Loaded Words - Deaconess Intern Michele Doel  (Room 5108)

There are tough-to-chew words we often use in the church, but within each of these "loaded words" are some of the most beautiful, gracious truths that words can convey.  We will look at the baggage and misuse of words like sin, judgment and repent to then open up the wisdom of these words in a whole new way.  

#HowtoHaveaHealthierMarriage Gina & Patrick Galligar - Room 5119

Can you imagine what life would be like if your spouse not only listened, but understood what you were sharing with them? Can you picture how much different your home life would be if you and your spouse were on the same team when it comes to raising your kids? 7 things you can start doing immediately to make your marriage healthier right NOW!!!


Christ Centered Parenting Karen Clark - Room 2229

Parenting never ends—it just changes. Parents in every age group- preschool through young adults-sense the need and urgency to discuss the complex cultural issues of our day with their kids from a gospel perspective.


Bible Investigation Class (or BIC) continues until April 14  Mark Teike  (Room 2164)

The Bible Investigation Class is offered for those who want to learn more about the Bible, who want to learn what it means to have a relationship with Jesus, or who have an interest in becoming members of St. Peter's. It is open to members as well as non-members.

 SHAPEd for Ministry after BIC, this runs April 28-May 19 – George Denholm - (Room 2164)

Discovering your passion in a certain area, your personality type, and your spiritual gifts, you will find how God has SHAPE you to serve in a specific way.  This class is for members who want to serve as well as being the second step in our new member process.

The Gospel of John  continuesJohn Herfurth in the India Conference Room (2161)

There are four Gospels.  Three have much in common - then there's John.  Come join the discussion to discover the differences and understand why God did this.

The Chronicles of the Apostles   continuesPastor Chad Foster in the Gym

Using the book of Acts as a skeleton, we will study Jewish sources, Church fathers, and Christian history to reveal the often untold story of the disciples and their disciples all the way into the second century. Chronicles of the Apostles goes beyond the book Acts to follow the apostles around the world and tells the story of our Hebraic roots. Click here for class resources.

Small Groups - various rooms around the building

To allow as many people as possible to participate in small groups, we will make classrooms available during the Sunday Education Hour.  This will allow families to have their children cared for while they are studying.  Rooms and topics will be posted in the Main Lobby and will be available on handouts in the Main Lobby and the Narthex.

Wednesday NITE Connections

SPRING Schedule runs April 24 through May 22

  • Meals served from 5:30-6:15 PM
  • Classes run from 6:30-7:45 PM

SMART Recovery Meetings -   Vicar Brian DoelBase Camp (Room 4107)

Beginning the Last week in January, these weekly meetings are designed to help people manage recovery from any type of addictive behavior. The SMART recovery program is discussion based, giving participants the tools and techniques to support recovery.

Sermon discussion - Rob Motosicky – Room 5110

This group studies either the sermon series or other Bible study materials to grow together in faith.


Bible discussion  Buzz Clore - Room 4206 (Art Room)

This group studies either the sermon series or other Bible study materials to grow together in faith.

Torah 2.0 - Chad Foster in the Sanctuary

This course will move through the first five books of the Bible from a distinctively Jewish perspective. Torah 2.0 will give you insights and practical applications that will enable you to have a richer understanding of Jesus our Messiah as well as a deeper relationship with our Father in heaven.  Click here for class resources.

Caring Community - Debbie Teike/Julia Slaughter in the Library (2163)

A group of people who want to share life and care for each other.

CrossSpan - Gary Goshorn/Rick Powell in Rooms 5108/5119

     meets on 1st & 3rd weeks of the month

This is a mutual support opportunity for families dealing with Alzheimer’s.

Angels of Hope - Kylee Jones/Megan Bozell in Parlor/Cry Room off the Narthex

     meets on 1st & 3rd weeks of the month

This is a support group for families grieving the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or infant loss, looking for ways to find hope again through Christ.