St. Peter's Mentoring Program

The mentoring program takes place on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 2:30—4:45 p.m. at St. Peter's Church.
Sessions are currently paused, but check in here reguarly to virtually stay in touch with the mentors!
We hope all the kids and their families are staying healthy and safe, and we look forward to reuniting in the future.

If you have questions about getting involved, please contact

Updated 6/18/20

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Spring 2020


Stories With The Mentors

Since we can't be together in person for now, we wanted to make sure you can still see our mentors! They've recorded themselves reading some of their favorite books and we hope you watch them and enjoy. With every reading, you'll also be given a special challenge. Show us your completed challenges by emailing This way we can keep in touch and stay connected until we're back at St. Peter's again.


The Giving Tree

By Shel Silverstein and read by Claire
Challenge: If you had a Giving Tree, what would it look like? Draw and color a picture of your tree.



What Do You Do with an Idea?

By Kobi Yamada & read by Seth
Challenge: Come up with your own idea. Write it down, draw a picture, and share it with someone.


Strega Nona

By Tomie dePaola & read by Catherine

Challenge: Create your own magic pot and come up with the magic words that make it work.


The Three Grumpies

By Tamra Wight & read by Brett

Challenge: What are some ways you can make sure the Grumpies stay away? What do your Grumpies look like? Write or draw your answers.


Daniel's Good Day

By Micha Archer & read by Andrea

Challenge: Draw what your perfect day would look like.


Yoda Bird's Heroes

By Ruth Amos & read by Myra
Challenge: Make a lightsaber out of recycled materials or come up with a crazy hairstyle.


Norman the Doorman

By Don Freeman & read by Sandy
Challenge: Visit a museum online and tell us about your favorite part. 

Link: 12 World Class Museums You Can Visit Online