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Stillwater Area Theological Discussion Group

Thursday, January 24th

The Stillwater Theological Discussion Group, a bimonthly community forum for conversation about theological topics of current interest has moved to a new location and day of the week.

Please join us for a discussion called "A New Kind of Pope for a New Age". We'll learn more about Pope Francis and reflect on the impact of this first Pope "from the Americas" on the Church and the world.

We'll gather at the Gasthaus Bavarian Hunter Restaurant, 8390 Lofton Ave, in Stillwater at 5:30 pm, order a beverage and/or dinner and have our discussion. Newcomers are always welcome!

Questions? Please be in touch with Pastor Nancy Swanson at pastor@stpetersstillwater or 651-439-2160.  

2018 SPUCC Annual Meeting 

Sunday, January 27th

10:30 am

As we wrap up 2018 and anticipate the ministry we'll do outside our church doors in 2019, we'll first gather the members of St. Peter's for an Annual Meeting. Reports of the various church groups about their activities and accomplishments in 2018 will be shared, a church budget for 2019 will be adopted and plans for 2019 will be previewed. All SPUCC members and church friends are invited to attend. (And, of course, to stay for the potluck lunch afterward!)

Yoga at St. Peters 

Join Lynn Hasel, Stillwater-area Registered Yoga Teacher and Certified Ayurveda Practitioner, for a relaxing slow-moving-yoga class each Monday morning at St. Peter's starting at 9 a.m.


Most poses will be practiced on the floor, relaxing into each and allowing time for muscles and connective tissues to be gently and safely extended. Guidance for breathing throughout the class will help bring balance and calmness to the nervous system. The whole ex- perience is refreshing, comforting and de-stressing. 


Take a break from your busy schedule and come and enjoy the peace that this Yoga class will offer you.

St. Peter's Becoming a W.I.S.E. Congregation!

Welcoming, inclusive, supportive and engaged - that is what St. Peter's church seeks to be.

In order to be those things - and particularly for persons with mental health challenges - in 2019 we are beginning to study and build the skills needed to be designated a W.I.S.E. congregation of the United Church of Christ.    

Watch for information about upcoming speakers, short courses and conversations to be held on topics related to mental health and caring for those who are striving to deal with and find healing in the wake of these kind of health difficulties.

At St. Peter's, we are working toward being an even more caring faith community - for ALL ARE TRULY WELCOME HERE!