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WELCOME TO ST PETER'S UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

STILLWATER, MN



Service Times

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

Church School at 9:30 am during the school year (suspended for the moment now)


Location

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.

A MESSAGE FROM THE CONGREGATION

"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


CHURCH ACTIVITIES

We're building a strong multigenerational faith community.



Community

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


Worship

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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NEWS AND EVENTS AT ST. PETER'S

Come and get involved!

(And discover our May events on the Events tab above.)


 

For Now -

St. Peter's UCC Worships Online 

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am

 

Sunday Worship and other church activities at St. Peter's has gone "online" for the duration of the Minnesota "Stay-At-Home" Order that halts in-person worship and church gatherings due to the COVID-19 virus.


Join us each Sunday morning at 9:30 am on Zoom for worship and a time for conversation and catching-up. 


Please call the church anytime (651-439-2160) and leave a message with your name and phone number for a return call. We will then communicate the details you'll need to connect to the service.  


Please watch this website for the announcement of the resumption of onsite church activities. The St. Croix Kid's Care Center does continue in operation in the lower level of the church building. 


As always, if you find yourself in need of a pastor or church assistance, please call the church at 651-439-2160 or email us using the button below. We would be glad to help to you.  

Help Us Clean Up the 

Brown's Creek Trail

Do you like the outdoors? Do you care about the environ-ment? If you answered "yes" to these questions you might be interested in participating in St. Peter's efforts to provide litter control for a section of the Brown's Creek Trail as it winds through the east Metro to the St. Croix River. 


St. Peter's Church has been assigned a section between County Road 55 (Stonebridge Trail North) and Hazel Street on the north side of Stillwater. We'll be picking up litter along this 1 mile stretch of the Trail during the months of April through October.


Watch the website calendar, check out the monthly news-letter or call the church to find out when group pick-up days are chosen. Concerned citizens of all ages are welcome to pitch in and help!


Stillwater Area Theological Discussion Group

Thursday, May 28th 

 

The next bi-monthly gathering of the Stillwater Area Theological Discussion Group will be on Thursday, May 28th. We'll begin at 5:30 pm and wrap up the conversation around 7:15 pm.


If it is safe to do so (by MN State recommendations on that date) we will meet at the The Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter Restaurant in Stillwater (as we generally do) for a bite to eat and a conversation about "The Intersections Between Science and Theology". How does science and technology intersect with Divine/God? What are the (in)compabilities between scientific and religious thought?   


If meeting in-person is not advised, we will hold an online Discussion on the topic. Please use the button below to obtain connection information. 


As always, newcomers to the Discussion are always welcome!