We offer Adult Christian Formation classes both in-person and digitally.


We use the term “formation” to refer to Christian education, but it means more than just education. “Education” implies a finish - a person graduates and receives a diploma or certificate and moves on to the next stage of life. “Formation” implies a continuous, life-long journey marked by questioning, wondering, learning. We are being formed constantly as Christians as we strive to define our personal relationship with God and seek a closer relationship with Him.


At St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, we are committed to Christian Formation, and the opportunities it presents to take ourselves into deeper spiritual fulfillment. 

Please check our weekly Key News email and the Sunday bulletin current Adult Christian Formation opportunities.

Our Staff


Rachel Davis

Director of Christian Formation

Adult Formation Classes, Current Classes

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Foyer Groups

Foyer Groups begin in October and run through May. They are a great way to meet new friends and to reconnect with some old ones. Each Foyer Group is made up of 8-10 people who take turns eating/hosting dinner at their homes. We also have foyer groups who hold dinners in restaurants all over the island.


You can sign up online or contact the church office for more information. We hope to see you there!

Community Garden Project

Over the last several years, the people of St. Peter's have maintained a garden space on 9th Street. This space has been designated as a growing space to be used by our members in partnership with neighbors in Fernandina.

If caring for creation is a passion of yours or you would like to learn about compost and gardening, please contact Rachel Davis to receive our monthly newsletter!

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Reccurring Groups at St. Peter's

Centering Prayer Group

Please join us on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:30-9:00 a.m. in the church. We enter quietly, and at the sound of the bell, become centered in silence, entering the peace of God's loving Presence. Please contact the church office for more information on this wonderfully spiritual way to start your day!

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Good Grief, 3-week Class, Mornings or Evenings in November

This class meets in Burns Hall, Mondays November 1, 8 and 15 at 6:30pm -or- Wednesdays 3, 10 and 17 at 10:30am

"Good Grief” is a class about loss and life, beginning the first week of November. As Christians, we are called to walk through life and death together. Whether it is loss of a loved one or loss of something we hoped for, everyone experiences grief. Join Rachel Davis for this class where we will learn how to identify the many forms of grief and support one another through the ups and the downs. This class meets for three weeks, but will be offered in the evening AND the daytime in Burns Hall! 

Classes you might have missed recently!

Gifts & Talents

Led by various teachers


Practicing the Presence of God

Taught by Reverend Dr. Marcia King


Christians Gone Wild: Heresy through History

Taught by Reverend Dr. Marcia King

Genesis 1-11

Taught by Tom Ray

The Extraordinary in the Ordinary: a Lenten Series

Taught by clergy and staff

Angels & Dreams

Taught by Reverend Dr. Marcia King

Women in the Old Testament

Taught by Reverend Rachel McElwee

Let's Talk About Grace, a Bible Study

Taught by Laura Schulte

The First Good News

Taught by Reverend Dr. Marcia King

Geno-what?! Exploring Your Family System

Taught by Rachel Davis

What Needed Reforming?

Taught by Deacon Evelyn Payson