Wednesday Morning Prayer and Bible Study

Wednesday Morning Prayer and Bible Study takes place by Zoom from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The morning begins with the Office of Morning Prayer from The Book of Common Prayer, followed by an informal conversation on the Scripture readings for the upcoming Sunday. Information on how to access is sent each week to the usual participants. If you wish to participate for the first time, please contact The Rev. Abigail Crozier Nestlehutt for the link and other pertinent details. All are welcome. 

Sunday Adult Christian Formation

Adult Formation normally occurs at the conclusion of the 9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist in the Bank Barn, from 10:20 to 11:05 a.m. Christian faith formation is lifelong growth in knowledge, service, and Love of God as followers of Christ and is informed by Scripture, Tradition and Reason. For more information on Adult Formation, please contact adultformation@stpetersgv.org

Upcoming Adult Forum Panels

May 8: Meet the vestry! Who are these people, and what does a vestry do? Why did the people who were recently elected choose to take part in this aspect of church life?

May 15: The Rev. Canon Betsy Ivey will visit from the Diocese and talk about the work St. Peter’s is doing in the Bishop’s Casting Nets initiative. As the diocesan website describes it, “Allow yourselves the chance to really dream what your church might be if it was not expending so much energy focused on buildings, people and money. How might you break free from how you have always done things and to dare to envision a church that is focused on the life-giving essentials of prayer, community, worship and ministry to and with our neighbors? We learned during COVID-19 that we can find ways to thrive despite obstacles, and this has opened up tremendous opportunities. Change does not have to take decades. It can come quickly, if we have faith to embrace new possibilities and to focus on what is most essential.”

May 22: Former U.S. Marine and Vietnam veteran Dave Tatum will lead a presentation on teaching young people about the nature of war and the meaning of Memorial Day. He will focus on the impact of war on families and communities and discuss ways to honor and remember those who lost their lives.