upcoming events

  • Christmas Cookies and Carols

    Saturday, December 2

    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Family Worship Center

    Join us for Christmas Cookies and Carols on Saturday December 2, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Family Worship Center. Everyone is welcome. Please bring two to three dozen cookies, and you,  in exchange, may take home your fellow bakers cookies, for a wonderful opportunity to taste and enjoy an amazing variety of baked goods. We will also have a time to enjoy our favorite Christmas carols and learn about their history. Food and fellowship abounds. Childcare available. For more information e-mail info@stpetershb.org.

  • Kids' night out

    christmas sweater party

    Friday, December 8

    5:00 - 9:00 pm (Extended hours)

    Kids' Night Out Christmas Sweater Party—Friday, December 8, EXTENDED TIME 5:00—9:00 p.m. For K-5th Graders. Need time to shop? Need an evening with your spouse? Drop your kids off at St. Peter’s where they will enjoy an evening of dinner, crafts, movies and fun. Have them wear their favorite Christmas seater or  t-shirt. Cost $10.00 per child. Contact Danyela at dzamudio@stpetershb.org to reserve your child's spot.

  • open arms sunday (blue Christmas)

    Sunday, December 10

    2:00 pm Youth enter

    Open Arms Sunday (Blue Christmas) December 10 at 2:00 p.m. in the Youth Center. Our Stephen Ministers would like to embrace you this Christmas season. We recognize the personal struggles and challenges life brings and we are offering you a time of comfort and companionship. We will fellowship together over desserts, beverages and share in the gift of joy given by one small child. We welcome you with open arms. If you or if someone you know would benefit from Open Arms please e-mail info@stpetershb.org.

  • Christmas Movie night

    Christmas with a capital c

    Friday, December 15

    7:00 - 9:00 pm  family worship center

    Come and enjoy a movie that hits at the heart of Christmas. Christmas always has been a time of love and tradition in small town Trapper Falls, the hometown of Mayor Dan Reed. With his brother Greg, they drape the town in Christmas cheer concentrating on the nativity scene. When Dan’s high school rival Mitch Bright returns home after 20 years, he takes offense to seeing the town’s Nativity scene in violation of separation of church and state. Dan’s wife and their daughter show the true meaning of Christmas by launching a “Christmas with a Capital C” campaign. The lesson to be learned is that with the arrival of Christmas, goodwill was to be given to all; even to those whose hearts seem closed to Him.