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St. Peter’s Adult Forum takes place from 10:20 to 11:05 a.m. every Sunday from September to June. Held in the Barn during children’s Sunday School classes and Youth discussions, Adult Forum invites parishioners either to stay after the 9:00 service or to come early for the 11:15 service to attend. Our parish takes our continuing adult Christian education seriously, and we welcome you to join us!

Both Adult Forum are listed below. The evening adult Christian education series is highlighted in the newsletter, the Beacon and on the events pages linked on the homepage. We hope to see you at St. Peter’s!


Exploring Lenten Services: Maundy Thursday — Abigail Nestlehutt

3/11     Exploring Lenten Services: Good Friday and Stations of the Cross — Kyle Babin

3/18     Exploring Lenten Services: Easter Vigil — Abigail and Mark Nestlehutt

A closer look at the unique liturgies of Lent and Holy Week.

3/25     Christian Formation on recess


4/1       Christian Formation on recess

4/8       Dementia-Friendly Churches — Janice Hicks

One in three Episcopalians is over age 65 and another 40% are age 45-64. Congregations will see a large increase in those with dementia and their family members or friends. It is important to prepare congregations to be able to minister to people with dementia and their loved ones, consistent with their being full members of the Body of Christ. 
 4/15    Annual Meeting ( one service today)

4/22     Digital Bible Storytelling — St. Peter’s Youth

4/29     Ecumenism & Church of South India — The Rev. Kiran Sebastian

The academic dean at Lutheran Theological Seminary Philadelphia, Kiran Sebastian was ordained in the Church of South India, a member of the Anglican Communion, which was formed as part of the largest ecumenical movement in history when the Methodists, Presbyterians, Congregationalists, and Anglicans in colonial India united. His academic specialty is world religion.