We are Alive in Christ in Groups for one another with one another.

We believe it is in relationships with other believers that people experience the fullness of what it means to be Alive in Christ. It is in groups where these kinds of relationships are formed. Our entire ministry of Saints Peter and Paul is broken into groups. We have three kinds of groups that encompass the full ministry: study, service, and common interest.

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Life Groups

The purpose of these groups is to grow together as the family of God. They are places for spiritual growth, relational connection, and for spurring on community service. Life Groups kickoff on Rally Day (first Sunday after Labor Day) and meet throughout the academic year.

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The purpose of these groups is to serve. Many of these would typically be called "volunteer" positions, but we prefer to do everything in groups because we believe when we serve together we are stronger. Some of these groups are "internal" and serve within the walls of the church and some are "external" and serve our local community.

These are some examples of Service Groups: altar guild, praise team, greeters, ushers, snowplow/landscaping, Sunday morning coffee, prayer shawls, Dorcas, Love INC linens.

To learn more about Service Groups, click here.

Common Interest

The purpose of these groups is to share life in Christ over common interests. We have a variety of different common interest groups that meet at different times. See the list above for what's currently happening. 

These are some examples of Common Interest Groups: Senior Saints, Youth Group, Church Softball, etc.

To learn more about Common Interest Groups, click here.


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