We are so very fortunate to have another wonderful opportunity to spend a weekend (February 8–10, 2019) in the magnificent setting of St. Benedict’s Monastery in Old Snowmass. The deadline for signing up is January 20, but space is limited so please don’t delay. Register soon!
Travel Writer Aimee White-Beazley talks about some of her recent travels and what one can learn from any kind of travel and how it can expand your worldview.
Blind triathlete and Paralympic hopeful Kyle Coon will speak about his recent record-setting performance at Ironman Arizona and the importance of just getting out there and trying.
Get the most of your workouts by learning some basic technique taught by our very own Fr. Will (a former elite rower).
Trey will teach us how to use a foam roller. Self-massage like foam rolling helps relieve muscle tension, joint pain and improve mobility. Whether you’re a serious athlete or you just want to be pain-free, come and learn more.
It's that time again...Fall Clean Up! On October 14.2018 after the 10AM service we will commence with cleaning up the grounds in advance of winter. Please bring work gloves and tools to accomplish the following tasks:
Remove all the annuals from pots and beds;
Transplant the geraniums and other annuals into pots for overwintering inside;
Decommission the fountain;
Move the large planter at the parking lot to the shed area and cover;
Cover the two large pots at the front of the altar and move them under the altar table;
Disconnect the drip watering system;
Rake leaves and compost
Thanks in advance for your service to St. Peter's.
The annual St. Peter’s campout will be at group campsite at Bogan Flats Campground near Marble on the Crystal River on August 24 -26, 2018. We will have a pot luck dinner on Saturday, the 25th, at the campsite to which all members of the parish are invited. Fr. Bill Shifflet will celebrate the Eucharist with us on Saturday. More details and a sign-up sheet to follow.
Mary Mazzio is an American documentary filmmaker and Director & Producer of the popular documentary "I Am Jane Doe". The film chronicles the epic battle that several America mothers are waging on behalf of their middle-school daughters, victims of sex-trafficking. It is a gut-wrenching human story and fresh look at a social and legal issue that affects every community in America.
Join us to help improve, restore and maintain our beautiful trails!
Light Hill, Basalt High School Trail. Meet behind Basalt High School. All ages and physical ability are welcome. There will be a fair amount of walking, so please bring sturdy closed toe shoes. We also recommend work/garden gloves, plenty of water and snacks.
There will be a post workday meet up for drinks and food!