St. Peter's Anglican Church

Adult Discipleship

You and we together

Following Christ means discipleship.  In our Adult Discipleship ministry, people are able to go deeper into the Scripture, discuss important matters with others, and pray and be prayed for.  We offer several forms of discipleship on Sunday morning as well as during the week.

Weekday Discipleship


  • 10:00 AM-12:00 PM – Young Mothers Bible study led by Marjean Brooks, Childcare provided, Room 208 (Contact Bridget Drennen or Brandi Dixon for more details)

  • 10:00 AM-11:30 AM – Women’s Bible study led by Donna Read and Helen Brooks, Room 201

  • 6:00 PM-7:30 PM – Discussion group, led by Dennis and Donna Read, Room 201

  • 7:00 PM-8:30 PM (every other Wed.) – Discussion group, led by Richard Randolph and Ron and Liz Wolff, at the Wolff home


  • 7:00-7:45 AM – Men’s Bible Study, Room 208

Life Groups

What are life groups?

A Life Group is an intentional and safe places to develop deep relationships and community by sharing our lives with one another, encouraging each other in spiritual formation, praying regularly for one another, and doing life together. We are created in the image of God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, whose very Trinitarian nature is communal. And in His image, we too are created to live in community and fellowship with one another, not isolated.

What do you do in a life group?

First we fellowship. We eat snacks, hang out, and have fun together.

Next we share life together. Each person is given space to share what’s going on their life with the group. We specifically focus on three questions:

  1. How are you really doing? (or how is it with your soul?)

  2. What’s going on in your life and how can we pray for you?

  3. What are you doing / what do you want to do to grow in your spiritual formation and relationship with Jesus? And how can we keep you accountable?

Interested in joining a Life Group? E-mail Rev. Kevin Cook at

For more information on any of these adult discipleship offerings, contact the church office.