Ministries

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Christian Education Classes for all Ages Following the 10:00 AM Service

  • God’s Tots meets in the Nursery and is a fun and loving gathering of our preschool age children.
  • Godly Play meets upstairs, above the Parish Hall. Kindergartener’s through Second grade meet in Godly Playroom I. Children entering third grade through fifth grade meet in Godly Playroom II.
  • God’s Go-Getters is an exciting class for teens. The Go-Getters gather in the comfy, lounge space below the Parish Hall.
  • Adult Form meets in the Parish Hall and is for ages eighteen and older.

Prayer Chain

We invite everyone to be an active participant in this ministry. We would love to have more volunteers get involved.

Women’s Bible Study

The women of St. Peter’s Church are invited to attend Tuesday Bible Study at 11:00 am or 7:00 pm in the Parish Hall.

Rankine Guild for Women of St. Peter’s and St. Peter’s Mens Group

Meet monthly to enjoy fellowship and a meal.

Neighbors Night

Neighbors’ Night was launched in 1986 designed to reach out to the young neighbors of our church in downtown Geneva and share God’s love. Neighbors’ Night currently welcomes between 50 to 100 children in grades K-8 every Wednesday evening from October through May (5:15 pm-7:00 p.m.) Activities including storytelling, song, crafts, skits, games, and a full dinner. Volunteers from St. Peter’s Church and students from Hobart and William Smith Colleges make this program a fun, safe and loving environment.

Lake Delaware Boys Camp

A life changing summer program for boys located in Delhi, NY. Father Jim and Sue Adams are the camp directors and many members of the congregation are involved as camp counselors or volunteers. Please view the Lake Delaware Boys Camp website to learn more. lakedelawareboyscamp.com

Food Pantry Donations

We collect non-parishable food items each Sunday. Place donations in the large basket on the table in the entrance to the church. The food items are taken to the the front of the church during the offering and blessed. The food items are then taken to agencies such as Salvation Army and the Center of Concern for distribution to those in need.