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Service Times

Online Sunday Morning Worship: 9:30 am (See Below)

Some Music for Reflection: Found on the "Sunday Service" tab (above) 


111 Orleans St. East

Stillwater, MN  55082

Phone 651-439-2160

Email: office@stpetersstillwater.org

About Us

We are a community of Christians, building a strong intergenerational faith community that reaches out to all people with acceptance and support.


"Welcome to St. Peter's Church and to our website! If you are looking for a church with genuine people seeking to connect with God and to spread the hope, joy and love of Christ to others and the world then St. Peter's offers companions for you on the road. Please come by the church or be in touch. We'll be glad to share ourselves and the faith we appreciate so much with you."

Pastor Nancy Swanson


We're building a strong multigenerational faith community.


Time together builds our relationships and a strong sense of community. 


Our worship is a time of connecting with God and provoking our growth as spiritually faithful persons.

Life-Long Learning

Learners of all ages are welcome at St. Peter's! 

Giving Opportunities

Our giving opportunities touch lives of the people nearby and farther away - and grow our generosity too.


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Come and get involved!

(And discover other events and offerings on the Events tab above.)


St. Peter's UCC Worships Online 

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am


As COVID-19 cases in Minnesota and Wisconsin continue to climb, Sunday worship and most other church activities at St. Peter's will continue to take place "virtually" online,


This decision is reviewed each month by our Church Council, who are mindful of the need for caution in holding group gatherings of all kinds and aware of State of Minnesota guidelines.  


Please do join us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am on Zoom for worship; we follow our worship with a time for conversation and "catching-up". If you call St. Peter's (651-439-2160) or email the church (using the button below) and leave a message we will be glad to provide the details you'll need to connect to the service.  


Watch this website for announcements about the resumption of on-site church activities. Please note: St. Croix Kid's Early Education Center is continuing its programs in the lower level of the church building. 


And, as always, if you find yourself in need of a pastor or church assistance, please contact the church by phone call or email. We would be glad to help you.  

A New Connection and Support Group for You!

Are you feeling more isolate, anxious or depressed as the pandemic goes on? To support your mental and emotional health, St. Peter's is starting a new connection and support group called "Let's Talk". This bi-monthly, hour-and-a- half long online group is designed to offer connection with others and helpful resources designed to reduce the sense of isolation and build our personal strengths and abilities to counter loneliness and mental distress.


Watch for more information as this group gets up and running. And if you're interested in receiving updates and communications about dates when Let's Talk will meet, use the button below to connection with our "Let's Talk" planners and leaders. We would also welcome suggestions and ideas of what you think might be helpful to you from the group.


Let's plan to get together soon - and talk!


Stillwater Area Theological Discussion Group

November 19th at 5:30 pm

You are invited to join others interested in theo-logical conversation at the next Theological Discussion Group gathering - online to be held on Thursday evening, November 19th at 5:30 pm.


Our topic at this gathering is called "How Catholic Are You?" We"ll focus on a recent article in the National Catholic Reporter about the theological and ecclesial understandings of the early Church (which was undivided in the early Common Era and later split into Orthodox, Protestant and other Christian communions) and the debates and changes over time to the idea of Christian ortho-doxy.


Come to be learn, think and reflect with others on theology as it's formulated by human beings and influenced by God/the Divine.


Details on how to connect with the gathering are provided on the attached flyer.