Kids’ Nights Out: Occurs quarterly, offering a “kids only” evening of dinner, crafts, movies and fun—and providing a special “free” night out for parents, who can get some time to see a movie, have dinner with friends or just enjoy a peaceful night at home. Kids get to play with their church friends and make new ones, as well as come to see the church as a place for play and fun as well as worship.
Nicholasfest: During the first week in December, a celebration of St. Nicholas takes place at which the children have their own worship service, eat dinner, and play games, all while learning about who St. Nicholas was before he became Santa Claus.
Epiphany Worship Service for Kids: On the Friday closest to Epiphany (January 6), the kids come to the church for an Epiphany service in which kids are the main participants. It’s a great way for kids to get involved in the worship life at St. Peter’s!
Trunk or Treat: During the week of All Hallows’ Eve, families gather in the parking lot of St. Peter’s for a time of fun and fellowship. Parishoners come and decorate the trunks of their cars. Kids wear their costumes and trick-or-treat from trunk to trunk. The evening also includes games and a potluck dinner.
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