Youth and Families
St. Peter & St. Paul grows disciples of Jesus Christ in folks from birth to age 99 and everyone in between. We like to integrate all ages in ministry as much as possible. But we also recognize that each age group and demographic also has unique needs. Cobb County is filled with families, and St. Peter & St. Paul reflects our neighborhood.
We believe that children and youth are not the future of the church, they are the church NOW. Whenever appropriate, we seek to integrate children and youth into the rest of parish ministries, including reading scripture and prayers in worship, serving the chalice, on service ministries and elsewhere.
Our primary support for families comes in Children’s Ministry (infants through grade 5) and Youth Ministry (grades 6-12, and college age). Kids are also active in Acolytes, Children’s Choir, Youth Choir, and Scouting. Our Adult Christian Formation programs also address family issues in particular in their programs.
Watch for These Multi-Generational and Inter-Generational Events
Parish Picnic Blessing of the Animals Advent Wreath Making Workshop Christmas Eve Family Service MUST Summer lunches Cool Girls Family Promise Shrove Tuesday
Here Are A Few of Our General Ministries and Adult Programs that Are of Interest to Families
Parents of Children of and Teens group (for parents of newborns – 5th grade), Sunday School hour (Sundays 9:15 – 10:15 AM), downstairs in Room 6 Mothers of PreSchoolers, Monthly, Mondays. Parish hall Support, fellowship and spiritual growth. Click Here for more information. Women’s Sunday School Class, Sunday School hours (Sundays 9:15 – 10:15am), downstairs in Room 7 Who is the Holy Spirit? How does he change our lives? How does he work in the world? Please join our Sunday Morning Women’s Bible Study group as we start our new study on the Holy Spirit. You will see that the Spirit of God is eager to work in your life to draw you closer to God. For questions, please contact JoAnn or Eileen Supporting the Caregiver, Monthly, 2nd Thursday, 12:00 – 1:00 PM, Downstairs, Room 1. For many, family means the sandwich generation, caring for younger or older family members at home. This lunchtime support and discussion group helps those caring for loved ones. Facilitated by The Rev. Elisa Harres. For more information, Contact Elisa Harres at firstname.lastname@example.org.