Wednesday Morning

January 10-February 21 | 9:00-10:30am

Women's Bible Study: The Armor of God | Led by Kathy Ciarlariello and Vanessa Zein-Eldin

Every day we are involved in a spiritual battle. An unseen enemy seeks to wreak havoc on everything that matters to us: our hearts, minds, marriages, children, relationships, and dreams. The enemy’s success depends on catching us unware and unarmed. The Armor of God will give you an action plan with which to confront the enemy and to secure victory. This class consists of weekly DVD teachings by Priscilla Shirer, and group discussion. Workbooks for the class are available in St. Peter’s Bookstore.


Wednesday Night Classes

January 10-March 21
Dinner – 5:00pm | Classes – 6:15-7:30pm

Below are the classes being offered during the Spring 2018 semester. Click on class title to read description.
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Celebrate Recovery | Led by Bev Brown, Matt Brown, and Bobby Carrouth

Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that can help you overcome your hurts, habits, and hang-ups. Based on the actual words of Jesus, rather than on psychological theory, this recovery program has proven effective in helping people change. Over time, the Holy Spirit has used this program to transform thousands of lives and help people grow into Christ-like maturity.


The Epic of Eden: A Christian Introduction to the Old Testament | Led by Fr. Michael Petty

The Old Testament can be difficult and confusing. Part of this has to do with our lack of familiarity with its culture and geography, and part of it has to do with its complexity. This class will provide a way out of the confusion and strangeness by introducing the culture, history, and geography of the Old Testament and by looking at the faith which the Old Testament attempts to impart.


The Gospel of John | Led by John Dombroski

The Gospel of John is distinctive in many respects from the other gospels. John presents Jesus as the living Word of God, the “light of the world”, and the “bread of life”. This Gospel is one of the great works of literature and it speaks to many people on a personal and intimate level. Throughout history, people reading this Gospel have found Jesus becomes very real for them. N. T. Wright’s Everyone Bible Study Guide (John) will be our guide and it can be purchased in St. Peter’s Bookstore.


Your Guide to the Seven Deadly Sins | Led by Fr. Sudduth Cummings

Are you curious about which sins are the most serious? Or, are you curious about what it means to live a virtuous life? This class will answer your questions. Fr. Cummings will lead the class through two workbooks in order to help participants understand the seven deadly sins and the cardinal and theological virtues. Understanding and applying this traditional wisdom is essential to Christian discipleship. The Workbook on the Seven Deadly Sins and The Workbook on Virtues and Fruits of the Spirit, both by Maxie Dunnam, will be available in St. Peter’s Bookstore.


Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament | Led by Brian Bailey

Christians ignore the Old Testament at their peril. Christopher Wright’s book Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament helps us to resist doing this by showing us that we can only really understand Jesus by understanding the Scripture He read—the Old Testament. The story of the Old Testament and the God who is revealed in it is essential to understanding the identity, mission, and person of Jesus. Copies of Knowing Jesus Through the Old Testament will be available in St. Peter’s Bookstore.


Mom to Mom | Led by Alice Sanderson

All mothers are invited to join us as we continue Inside Out Parenting: A Mom’s Mission. This biblically-based curriculum is designed to take a close look at what Scripture has to say about the mission of mothers and what it looks like for mothers today. You will gain godly mom-confidence in a confused world, learn to create contagious Christian community amidst a chaotic culture, and grow your ability to nurture Christ-like character in your children.