Youth

St. Peter’s has vibrant and active programs for children and youth! Young people are involved in Church School, worship services (as servers, readers, teachers, nursery care, sidespeople, and intercessors), volunteering with outreach projects, in youth groups, and in many other ways.

Youth Ministry

youth-group

St. Peter’s Youth Group meets most Sundays during the 9:15 am service. All youth aged 11-17 are welcome!

We offer a number of exciting and fun-filled social activities and outings.

  • Family Events
  • Coffee hour
  • Sleep overs
  • Others fun activities

You would also have opportunities to ask questions that are relevant to your everyday life as a Christian youth living in the 21st century. There are also opportunities for you to lead worship service, go on retreats, mission trips, youth conferences and much more!!!

If you are a youth in grades 6 – 12 and would like to know more about our events/weekly gatherings and would like to become a member or are just looking for someone to talk with, please email us.

S.P.Y RETREAT

Sat. Aug 3 – Mon. Aug 5 for youth : age 11-16

We are holding the retreat on the weekend from Saturday, August 3rd to Monday, August 5th, 2019  in Cobourg, Ontario for youth ages 11 to 16. A few youths from Rev. Richard (Ric) Miller’s parish will be joining us.

Like last year, we will stay at  Richard (Ric) Miller’s home, visit his parish, have a few learning sessions about our faith, and spend time at the beach!!! Lodging and meals are provided. We will be taking the Via Rail Train from Union.  More information about departure and arrival times will be provided once the tickets have been purchased.
Cost:$100/youth (includes meals, transportation and lodging)

Click the blue button below to download the consent forms.

The Sign up deadline is  Sunday, June 16th, 2019

You are considered to have signed up for the retreat when you have submitted both your forms and fee by or before the sign up deadline. The fee is nonrefundable.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Confirmation?

At various times during our lives we may feel a need to affirm publicly what we believe and to make a renewed commitment to live out our faith in our daily live. We welcome your inquiry into the meaning and practice of rites of affirmation in the Anglican Church.

In the Anglican Church we have three formal ways of affirming our faith; confirmation, reception, and reaffirmation.

When is the Next Confirmation at St. Peter’s?

For more information please contact Canon Reid.