St. Peder’s affirms the welcome of God to all persons.
St Peder’s welcomes you to a community of faith nurtured by God’s abundant grace, Christ’s peace and the Spirit’s lively presence! In response to such love, we open our hearts and hands and doors to joyfully serve our neighbor – whether it’s you or someone across the world. We invite you to join us for worship or any activity at the little church on the corner of 46th Avenue and 42nd Street in South Minneapolis.
Coming Soon at St. Peder’s…
JULY WORSHIP SCHEDULE
July 3 – 9:00 am Worship with Holy Communion
July 10 – 9 am Worship
July 17– 9 am Courtyard Worship
July 24– 9 am Worship
Join Us for Worship in the Courtyard!
Our summer worship schedule has begun, so it will soon be time for our monthly outdoor worship Sundays! This year, we’ll worship in the courtyard on June 19, July 17, and August 21. We’ll set-up some chairs, but if you’d like to bring your own, please do. If the weather isn’t cooperating, we’ll be inside as usual. If you’d like to help set-up for worship on any of those Sundays, simply show up about 8:30 and we’ll put you to work! Your help is greatly appreciated.
PEACE CAMP IS COMING—August 2016
August 1-5 from 5-8 pm
(3-8 pm for counselors/volunteers)
Peace Camp is for children aged 3 through leaving sixth grade.
Join us for a farm themed summer camp experience! Focusing on care for the earth and the fruits of the Spirit we’ll have an exciting week together.
We’ll sing songs, play games, and learn about planting good seeds! Cost is $20 per child (but no one will be turned away for lack of funds).
Register by sending an email to Shannon!
Questions? Email Shannon at: email@example.com
Mark your calendars for the Metro Paint-a-thon!
Saturday, August 6th, 2016
This year’s Paint-a-thon is on Saturday August 1st. Join us for a day of hard work and fun as we serve our community. This annual project helps low-income seniors and people with permanent physical disabilities continue to live independently in their own homes. Sign up on the bulletin board. Questions? Contact Dan Vetsch.