Education and enrichment is strong and vibrant at Saint Peter’s Church. Learning across the life-span is a hallmark of this community.
A regular rotation of topics of contemporary interest are the subject of an adult forum nearly every Sunday at 10:00 A.M. These conversations, led by a variety of people and professionals, are open to all.
The preacher for each of the Sunday liturgies is always interested in talking about the sermon and appointed scripture texts. Generally these casual, open discussions take place before or after the liturgy, oftentimes over coffee or a full meal. Conversation following the 13:30 hrs misa en español is in Spanish.
People who love to read and discuss books, or watch and discuss movies frequently gather on Sunday afternoon. So, too, do people who enjoy art: whether a gallery talk at one of Saint Peter’s two galleries or at some other location. These occasional opportunities for learning are interest-driven, and diverse in scope.
Saint Peter’s Church offers a variety of educational opportunities throughout the week. Nearly every Wednesday evening a faith and Bible study is led by a pastor over a light meal.
Other series interface with partnership opportunities presented by communities of faith, museums, and organizations. Each Lent Saint Peter’s Church partners with Holy Family Church, the Roman Catholic Parish for the United Nations, to present a multi-week series on a topic of interest.