Community Engagement through St. Peter’s looks different all the time, but all it has one purpose:
To engage the community with the love of God in Jesus.
We do that through participating in events that our surrounding community may already be hosting, by hosting our own events that will serve our surrounding community, partnering together with our community to serve those in need as well as providing opportunities for Christ followers to develop a lifestyle of faith-sharing.
Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome. Click here if you’d like to find an Alpha course near you that is starting soon.
Alpha will be coming to St. Peter’s beginning in January 2019! In the meantime, we are inviting folks to get to know Alpha, discover the different ways to participate and prayerfully decide if they’d like to help make it happen. There are several upcoming “trainings” coming up where, without commitment, you could get a better sense of exactly what Alpha is and discover what it means to fill one of the volunteer roles.
Of course, our most important role is “participant!” So if you’d like to participate in Alpha, keep checking back on our events page for new details as they are formulated.
Volunteer roles include:
Current training opportunities include:
Host & Helper Training - Wednesday, September 12 at 7 pm at Hope Presbyterian Church, Richfield
Alpha Network Gathering - Thursday, October 11 at 7 pm at Bethlehem Baptist, Minneapolis
If you’d like more information about Alpha and how to be a participant, volunteer roles or to register for a training, please contact Faith Rattei.