The St. Peters events page will keep you up to date with all the various weekly, monthly and term events that are happening within the St. Peters family. Scroll below to see what are the current events…
Joining-In is a short one day course that explores our core values as a church. This course will introduce you to St. Peters, some members of our staff team, and other people who are relatively new to the church. You will have plenty of opportunity to ask questions about Christianity and about St. Peters. This is an […]
We asked you what were your biggest fears. Come and hear teaching on the four most common topics which resulted from that survey. From Sunday, 14 January until Sunday, 4 February at our 8:00am, 10:00am and 6:00pm services.
Cool Club happens every Friday night during the school term. It’s at iThemba school, next to St Peters church and it runs from 5:45 – 7:15pm. Aimed at Grade 1-4s, Cool club is a fun time. There are games, theme evenings, snacks, and always a story and talk from the Bible. For more information, please […]
Hood is the Friday ten program for grades 8 – 12. The evening runs from 7:30 – 9:00pm. For more information please contact Grant Gibson. email@example.com 079 077 2157
7 UP happens every Friday night during the school term. It’s St Peters church and it runs from 5:45 – 7:15 pm. All Grades 5 – 7 are welcome. For more information, please contact Jon Morrison (082 391-7100)
Parenting Pre-teens isn’t easy . . . Truth is, we could all do with some help! Join us for this interactive workshop & discussion on parenting pre-teens. We will be meeting from 9:00 am until 12:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided. This morning is aimed at parents with children of Primary School-going age. There is […]
LIFE is a six week interactive series that looks into life with Jesus. Many people seek to understand life’s purpose. We may acknowledge that there is a God, think about what’s missing in our own life or wonder what happens afterwards. LIFE is an informal gathering allowing the opportunity to engage and discuss these things further. […]