Balance Body & Soul

Have you ever stepped on an uneven surface and found your balance challenged? When you walk do you keep your head down and shoulders rolled forward? Do you wear your shoulders as earrings? Would you like to improve your posture and balance and restore inches to your...

Study on the Letter to the Hebrews

On Wednesdays at 4:30 starting on May 1st, Saint Peter’s clergy will be leading a discussion of the Letter to the Hebrews. Bring your Bible. May 8 – Chapters 1 and 2 May 15 – Chapters 3 and 4 May 22 – Chapters 5 and 6 May 29 – Chapters 7...

Enneagram for Life, Work, and Relationships

The Enneagram is an ancient system used to explore differing patterns of thinking, feeling, acting, interacting, working, and leading. As we discover our Enneagram type, we can develop greater self-awareness, emotional resiliency, authenticity, and capacity to work...

Labyrinth in the Neighborhood

Saint Peter’s is joining in the celebration of World Labyrinth Day by hosting a “Labyrinth in the Neighborhood” day of peace on Saturday May 4th, 1 to 4 PM. Marilyn Larson will be available to provide information, answer questions and guide parishioners and visitors...

April 23, 2019

Sunday was Easter Sunday, but it is not the final day of Easter. Easter ends fifty days from Sunday with Pentecost. Between now and then, we celebrate with several Gospel readings about Jesus’ appearances to the disciples so that they might gain an understanding of...

April 16, 2019

Last week we celebrated the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German theologian and activist. He lived during the 2nd World War. He was hanged by the SS Black Guards on April 9, 1945, just before the fall of the Nazi government. His crime was plotting the death of...

Welcome to the new Saint Peter’s website!

Welcome to the new Saint Peter’s website! You’ll notice that this new website has been rebuilt from the ground up on new equipment and with new (and revised) content. While everything is bright and shiny new, it’s still a work in progress. If you...

April 9, 2019

We are entering the time of the liturgical year when the Scandal of the Cross becomes an important concept. When Jewish criminals were sentenced to death, they were stoned and afterward hung on a cross for they were cursed under the law (Deuteronomy 21.23). This act...

April 2, 2019

Faith is a noun, isn’t it? It is a gift from God, not something we earn. That is a certainty. Who would affirm that their faith was in a man that the authorities of both the state and the temple said was guilty of sedition? Wouldn’t you believe the state or the...

March 26, 2019

Paul writes what Beker calls a “dialogue theology” (J. Christiaan Beker, Paul, the Apostle). What he means by this is that in every letter Paul’s audience defines how he will discuss the shape of Christianity for that particular audience given their particular...