• Sunday School

    Sunday School begins at 9:15 am, following Fellowship & Coffee time in the Fellowship Hall. There are groups for every age and every season of life you may be in. Please contact mcorn@stplchapin.com if you would like to be connected with a Sunday School class that may be a great fit for you.

    • Senior Adult (meets in Sanctuary)
    • Interaction Class (meets in Fellowship Hall)
    • ReVive (Young Adults)
    • St. Peter Youth Class - 6th grade and older (meets in Youth Room)
    • Nursery through 5th Grades Classes
  • Children's  Ministries

    God calls children a blessing and a gift! Their spirits are filled with innocence, joy and laughter. Jesus actually tells us to be like children and to come to Him full of faith and trust. Children's Ministry is very important at St. Peter as we seek to help children grow in faith, love, and obedience to the will of God. For more information about Children and Youth Ministries at St. Peter, please contact mcorn@stplchapin.com.

    • SPECKS - St. Peter Evangelical Church Kids is a children's ministry program for ages 2 years through first or second grade. We meet in the Fellowship Hall once a month on the third Sunday during the school year. Our time together is packed with activities that children can enjoy while they are learning music, Bible lessons, arts and crafts, games, getting to know people better, and giving to others. Refreshments are served.
    • SPY Kids - St. Peter Youth Kids (SPY Kids) is a group for children in grades two, three, four, and five that are ready to participate in our church's ministry program and to develop a passion for Jesus Christ in their hearts. The program is geared to present Christ in a way that is relevant and relational to their age. Meetings are usually the first Sunday of the month from 4 - 5:30 pm.  We encourage all children in grades 2, 3, 4 and 5 to be part of this group of young disciples.
  • Youth Ministries

    Every ministry’s goal is to make disciples. Student ministry should be purposeful, active, engaging, and spiritual. For it to be biblical, it needs to follow the model in 2 Timothy 3:16-17—students being mentored for character, instructed in doctrine, and equipped for every good work so that they will engage in effective ministry.

    The St. Peter Youth (SPY) includes grades 6-12. Our Mission is to provide time for teens to build relationships within a church family while growing in their faith. SPY normally meets two Sundays per month for age appropriate high school and middle school Bible study, games, worship, and dinner.  Bible study is offered weekly during Sunday school on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am. The highlight of our year is the annual mission trip in the summer. To learn more about SPY, please click here.