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Holding dear the teaching ministry

St. Peter’s United Church of Christ believes that the teaching ministry of the Church is precious and dear to congregational life and to our witness in the world.  Our teaching ministry involves both pastoral and lay leadership.  Our intention and hope is to deepen and widen the meaning of Christian discipleship by “holding the Bible in one hand and the daily newspaper in the other,” that is, holding our personal spirituality and our public faith together.  We affirm a belief that the Church should be a community of faith in which “our lips, our hearts and our hands agree.” And so we support our Sunday School for children, Confirmation Classes for young adults, and the formation of adult study groups to explore the meaning of  a ministry entrusted to us all.“

General information

We welcome your child to arrive between 8:00 and 8:15.
   
We will begin promptly at 8:15 to make the most of our time together.

Sunday School staff

Pre-K & Kindergarten - Rachael Heeler, Kayla Groh-Bardon, Sarah Wasmer, Lydia Wasmer
1st & 2nd Grades - Trista Nienhaus, Tammy Rabe, Ken Odekirk, Emily Schmitz, Amelia Schmitz
3rd & 4th Grades - Tiffany Pagel, Helen Crawford
5th & 6th Grades - Tammie Vollrath-Boll, Monica Schmitz, Christine Krause
Confirmation - Tracy Niemuth, Amanda Rabe, Linda Halfmann, Mike Mathes
SS Coordinators - Amanda Rabe, Tracy Niemuth
Music - Amanda Rabe
Cradle Roll - Susan Kissinger

Confirmation classes

At St. Peter's United Church of Christ, Confirmation instruction is a four-year program. Students traditionally begin in Seventh Grade and conclude with the rite of Confirmation in their Sophomore year.

Classes meet during the school year at 6:30 p.m. The confirmation classes meet for a brief worship time together at 6:30 then break out into their separate classrooms.

The focus of the classes is listed below

Prep 1 - The symbols and history of the church
Prep 2 - The Old Testament
Confirmation 1 - The New Testament/Christian Church development.
Confirmation 2 - Discipleship and Servant Leadership in the church

Forward in Faith - Bible Study

An open Bible Study group is held each Sunday morning at 8:15 to review the Scripture of the week. The Bible study is led by the preaching pastor of the day and held in the church conference room. All are invited to attend and explore their faith journey through the Word of God.