One of the most important gifts we can share with the world around us is our faith in Jesus Christ. While this invitation from God may be simple and straightforward, living out this faith in today’s world is challenging and complex. May God bless all of the ways in which you choose to live out your baptismal call.

What’s Happening at St. Peter’s Church

Pastoral Ministry

At St. Peter’s, we aim to care for the spiritual needs of our parishioners at all stages of life’s journey. For pastoral care please call the parish office at 612-866-5089 or link to our Pastoral Ministry tab to learn more.

Mission Statement

The Church of St. Peter is a Roman Catholic faith community that, in the spirit of Jesus Christ, welcomes all people, cherishes the Eucharist, fosters faith formation for all ages, and serves our members and the broader community in justice and charity.

Blessed Trinity
Catholic School

Educating Preschool to Grade 8
Learn how our consolidated parish school Blessed Trinity lives out its mission to be:

  • Clearly Catholic
  • Intentionally Inclusive
  • Academically Excellent


Father Jerry's

Paschal Mystery Exhibit
April 5 – May 24, 2015
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creche-thumbnail Creche Exhibit: More than 200 unique and artfully crafted crèches from around the world, with new creches added to the collection each year.

Creche Exhibit Ended:
January 24, 2015


“Stewardship is everything that I do after I say I believe.”
(Bishop Robert Morneau)

Love, devotion, service, worship, kindness, willingness, action, and helping are just some of the words that complement the word stewardship; a way we thank God for our blessings as we return a portion of the many gifts that we have been given by God.

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