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UNDIE Sunday, October 14th

Can St. Peter's can recapture the "Small Church UNDIE Sunday Plaque" this year? Bring new, in-the-package underwear and socks (boxers for men are preferred) to St. Peter's by Sunday, October 14th and we'll give it a try.

Valley Outreach, which serves our Stillwater area, will receive our contributions and get them out to women, men, youth and children of all ages who come to their clothes closet in need to adequate apparel.

{Please put all contributions in the big blue bin in Kress Hall. And thank you for providing this kind of foundational support (pun intended) for your neighbors.  

Join the Pick-Up Choir!

Sunday, October 21st 

All singers (younger, older and in-between) are invited to be a part of the Pick-Up Chior at St. Peter's Church.


The Choir sings one Sunday a month. This month, come at 8:45 am on the 21st to rehearse a song we'll during the worship hour.


Lift your voice (and spirits) as we make a truly joyful noise to God - and help encourage the faith of others too.


NEW! 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.

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..