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


Through the Fall -

St. Peter's UCC Worships Online 

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am


Fall is here and, unfortunately, COVID-19 cases in Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest are at high levels, 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.  

2019-20 SHARE Grants Awarded

Grants from the St. Peter's SHARE Grant fund members, awarded annually to various outreach groups and/or efforts in the Stillwater area, have been distributed.

Six grants were awarded this year to support the following programs, projects or causes.

"Post a Prayer"/Little Free Pantry Box - to be constructed and placed on the St. Peter's corner to receive prayer requests and offer some free food for the taking by community members.

W.I.S.E. Zoom Community - to support a new, online bi-monthly support group for anyone in our area feeling isolated or stressed by this pandemic-time environment.

St. Croix Chaplaincy Association - to help underwrite the cost of providing professional chaplains at Lakeview Hospital and care facilities in the  Stillwater area.  

Dream of Wild Health - to support their Hugo, MN farm and their native food education programs for indigenous Americans. 

United States Postal Service - to support this vital service in our nation. 

Watch for more information and the roll-out of these special programs at St. Peter's in the months ahead. We're doing some more good in our neighborhood with our SHARE grants!   

Resources for When Life

Is Really, Really Tough 

September was designated as Suicide Prevention Awareness month in the U.S. beginning in 1998 and concern about addressing this mental health crisis - as well as resources to support awareness and prevention - has grown since then.

St. Peter's noted Suicide Prevention Awareness month in worship on September 20th. Information and first-line resource contact information was shared. In the first moments, it's important to know who and how to call for support and assistance - whether you are in crisis or you"re with someone who is. 

The button below provides some key resources and contact information. Why not save the National Suicide Prevention Hotline number right on your phone? How about taking the online QPR (Question - Persuade - Refer) training sometime soon?

Depression, anxiety and mental health challenges are of great concern in these times of distancing and isolation. Do what you can to help yourself - and others you care about - stay safe.