For the faith of Baptism to unfold, it is important that our faith is nurtured so it stays alive and grows. We at Church of St. Peter are excited to partner with you and your child on this journey of faith. Faith Formation programs at Church of St. Peter encourage, instruct, and engage children in this journey of faith.
Vacation Bible School
August 6-9th from 6:00-8:30pm Sign Up Here!!!
Family Dinner – 5:15-5:45pm (RSVP Here!)
Faith Formation Registration
2017-2018 Faith Formation Registration and Calendar will be available in August.
If your child (4th grade and older) would like to be an alter server and has not been trained, please contact Mary Grack (Mary.Grack@churchofstpeter.org ) to arrange a training.
Faith Formation at a Glance
Sunday School Age 4 – 1st Grade
Children’s Faith 2nd – 6th Grade
EDGE 7th – 8th Grade
Life Teen 9th – 12th Grade
Confirmation 11th Grade
- Sunday School: $35
- Grades 2-12: $85
- Early Registration Discount (Before 9/8/14): $5 per child
Please send payment with your registration. We ask that all youth be registered before they begin their class. No one will be denied access to the program because of inability to pay. Please contact Mary Grack, Faith Formation Director, at Mary.Grack@churchofstpeter.org to request a full or partial scholarship prior to registration.
Wednesday Evening: If the school district cancels classes or dismisses early due to weather conditions on Wednesday, Youth Faith Formation evening classes at the Church of St. Peter are also cancelled.
Sunday Evening: LifeTeen Core Members will contact teens if classes are cancelled.
All adults working with youth must complete VIRTUS training. To learn more about VIRTUS visit their website.
Click here to view all training sessions in the Diocese of New Ulm.
The VIRTUS session consists of a presentation of printed materials, videos and group discussion. Among other things, VIRTUS attendees will learn to recognize the signs and symptoms that indicate a child is being abused or exploited in some way, environmental factors to be aware of in the physical space of the parish or school, how abusers operate and things parents can do to help educate their children about how to respond to inappropriate behavior toward them.