Children, Youth, and their families at St. Peter’s enjoy a wide array of opportunities to deepen their relationship with our Lord and one another. Our youngest saints are always welcome to worship with their families on Sunday morning but, when desired, they may be brought to a safe, loving, and cheerful Nursery which is fully staffed. In that Nursery, infants and children younger than six years old learn about and experience the love of God with age-appropriate lessons, music, arts, and crafts. From 9:00—10:00 AM, Kindergarteners through Elementary, Middle, and High Schoolers participate in fun and meaningful classes centered on Godly Play, the Episcopal Children’s Curriculum (ECC), and the Catechism of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer.


Rich, fun, and beloved traditions for St. Peter’s children, youth, friends, and families include:

  • The Annual Visit from St. Nicholaus

  • The Christmas Pageant

  • The Birthday Party for Jesus

  • The Christmas Parade Viewing Party

  • The Youth Yard Sale

  • The Mule Day Concession Stand

  • The Flowering of the Cross and the Easter Candy Hunt

  • The Rogation Day Procession and Reception

  • Vacation Bible School

  • The Blessing of the Animals, and

  • The Halloween Party


Middle School and High School Youth also may elect to attend a number of Summer Camps with scholarship support from St. Peter’s:

  • Camp Gailor-Maxon at Sewanee

  • St. Michael’s Conference in Connecticut

  • MountainTOP in the Cumberland Mountains of Tennessee