S.P.A.C.E - St. Peter's Adult Christian Education

The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge, for the ears of the wise seek it out.
Proverbs 18:15

Bible Study

During this time of Pandemic you are invited to participate in a weekly Bible Study led by parish clergy on a particular book of the Bible.  Bring your Bible and join in a zoom call every week for an hour. All are welcome!!

Thursday Morning 9am Bible Study

Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/97865434466

Bible Study:  We are now studying the Minor Prophets of the Old Testament this summer we will be reading through a few of their books at the end of the Old Testament.  All are welcome - please join us!  Bring your Bible.

Men's Bible Study Wednesday 8am

St. Peter's Men's Bible Study meets weekly on Wednesdays at 8am in the Parish Library.  Using the readings and meditation for the day from Forward Movement's Day by Day the group shares their thoughts and concludes the hour with prayer.  All are welcome to participate.

Special Summer Sunday Series


There is a richness of symbolism within the walls of St. Peter's Church, Salisbury and Father David Michaud in this short video series takes you on a tour of some notable parts of the interior of the church.  Debuting after the 10am service in August, you'll see a different video focusing on a different "treasure" of our church.  Once they have aired, they can be viewed on our YouTube channel.  Click below for the link.

The Triptych



Pastor Greg's series on "So What is a Lutheran?" that took place in July and August can be viewed at the link below:

You Tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYe8KvD5INh03fUjATVoFdA

The Well

The Well meets Sunday mornings between the 9am and the 11am worship services in the Parish Library to engage in learning and conversation on various topics of interest. Grab a cup of coffee and joint us! All are welcome.

September 26 - Introduction to Fall Series & Open Dialogue

October 3 to November 7 - Nicene Creed by Pastor Greg Harbaugh

November 14 - tbd

November 21 - break for Thanksgiving Holiday

St. Peter's Book Club

St. Peter's Book Club began in the pandemic  summer of 2020 as a way for parishioners to all read a book of interest and then come together electronically and safely to discuss the book.  The group picks one book every month to read and then anyone who is interested can read the book and take part in a casual conversation about the book at a monthly Zoom meeting.



Inquirer’s Class

Tuesday Evenings in the fall: First Class Nov 9; class will determine venues for future classes.

Interested in becoming Episcopalian, or just curious about the church?  Already Episcopalian but want to know more about the faith? Have some questions about worship, or practices, or beliefs, or something else associated with the Episcopal Church?  Sign up and take part in this fall’s adult Inquirer’s Class, Tuesday evenings at 7pm.  We will begin with a zoom meeting and decide how we want to meet as a class for future meetings.  This six sessions class looks at worship, the prayer book, church history, beliefs, church organization, practices and more.  The class is informal and can be tailored to topics the group wants to explore. A schedule and a list of topics is available below.

On Line Resources

There are many great resources to help in your Christian formation, to learn and to grow in your relationship with Jesus and his church, to become more and more his disciple. Click on the links below.

Faith at Home: Lectionary-based readings and reflections

Daily Prayer on line:  Mission St. Clare

Forward Day By Day Daily Prayer

Here is the link to get to the Way of Love materials on The Episcopal Church website as referenced in Deacon Laura's sermon 11-29-20

Way of Love


Adult Baptism

Adults who are interested in being baptized must first complete a series of classes of instruction in the faith.  A class for adults desiring to be baptized will be held January-April with Baptism at the Easter Vigil service, Saturday evening before Easter Sunday.  Those interested are asked to contact the Rector, Father David Michaud, by December 15. davidmichaud07@gmail.com or call 410-742-5118.


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