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.
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Building Closed October 16th & 17th
Work on the electrical infrastructure has begun - and the power to the building will be turned off as Excel and Nelson Electric do their job. All activities for Thursday and Friday, October 16 and 17 will be cancelled (or rescheduled). The telephones should be in working order, so you’ll have access to voice mail. Our staff will be working off-site, but if there is a pastoral emergency, you’ll be able to reach Pastor Julie via her cell number. We’re sorry for any inconvenience, and thank you for your patience.
Fiber Arts Craft Sale October 19th
The Fiber Arts group is hosting a sale of handcrafted items on behalf of the St. Peder’s Youth during coffee hour on Sunday, Oct. 19th. All proceeds received will be used to defray expenses of their trip to the ELCA Youth Gathering in Detroit in July 2015. Take this opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping and support our Youth at the same time. If you are not part of the Fiber Arts group, and have some handiwork crafts or bakes good and would like to donate to the sale please contact anyone in the Fiber Arts group for drop off information.
On Reformation Sunday, October 26, St Peder’s will confirm five of our young people at the 10:30 service. Please remember these young people in your prayers and congratulate them on this life-passage as they affirm their faith. We celebrate with them and pray God’s blessings upon their lives! Congratulations, 9th graders, on this special occasion in your journey of faith and life!
October 29th! 7pm! @ Parkway Pizza
Topic will be announced mid-October.
Questions?—feel free to talk to Allison O’Day
Mark your calendars for the annual Aebleskive Breakfast on Sunday, November 9. We will be setting up the Fellowship Hall on Saturday, November 8. We are looking for volunteers to help with set up, baking, donating ingredients, milk, jam etc., serving and clean up. Please see Sue Nielsen if you are interested in helping out. Tak!