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St. Peter's is Part of "Holiday Hope"

St. Peter's is participating in Stillwater-based Community Thread's "Holiday Hope" gift program again this year. Watch for the posting of gift requestsfor our local family and choose what gift(s) you would like to bring. 

If you're not able to get out to do some shopping, cash donations (to buy gift cards) are welcome too. 

Please bring all gifts and donations to St. Peter's by December 9th so they can be conveyed to the family that  will receive them by Christmas.

Above: Gifts collected in a prior year for Holiday Hope.

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.

Announcing the 2019 Martin Luther King Breakfast at St. Peter's 

Monday, January 21st  7 am

Plan now to join other Stillwater citizens at the 2019 MLK Breakfast to be held at St. Peter's on January 21st. This event, sponsored by the General Mills Foundation and Interfaith Action pf Greater St. Paul brings together people concened about equality for all persons to eat, listen to the simulcast of the national speaker from Minneapolis and find support for their efforts. Online reservations will be taken starting Monday, December 10th at the Interfaith Action site or contact St. Peter's for paper tickets.  

New Waste Disposal System at St. Peter's

As the popularity of community-wide composting spreads in Washington County, St. Peter's is participating too!

Our new waste disposal system incorporates three components: 1. Trash, 2. Composting and 3. Recycling. The bins for the first two (trash and composting) are smaller, the recycling bin is large as the items that are now able to be recycled has grown as the recycling process has evolved.

Please join us in putting the proper items in the proper containers. We'll be protecting (and using less) of our Earth's resources and practice good stewardship of what we consume..