Updated events during the week

Book Resources

Forming Intentional Disciples, by Sherry Waddell

 We Lack for Nothing by Rich Curran

Rebuilt: Awakening the Faith, Reaching the Lost, and Making Church Matter




Ministry Fair - September 29/30 after Masses
Community Dinner - Tuesday, October 2nd at the Rock Open to the needy and the entire community, it is a free event. St. Peter's is providing dinner servers, and we'll need at least 15 volunteers.to arrive before 5pm to help with final prep and set-up. Sign up in the Gathering Space.
Pet Blessing, on the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, at 5pm at the church front entrance.
NEW EVENT: Wine and Cheese Saturday (to be held on the Saturday before Doughnut Sunday). First event, October 6th, after Mass.
NATH Soup Luncheon, Sunday October 14th after Mass.
Supports Frederick House
Fall Harvest Dinner, Friday October 19th at Eagle Waters Resort. More information to follow from the Event Committee



  USCCB Call to Prayer

The U.S. bishops urge our participation each Friday in a nationwide Novena for the Legal Protection of Human Life, August 3-September 28. Participants will receive weekly email or text reminder to pray and fast, along with little-known facts about Roe v. Wade to share with others. Sign up at www.usccb.org/pray 

Review the letter from Bishop James Powers concerning this Novena here


New Mass Time on Sunday

The new schedule for Masses will begin September 8th and 9th, the weekend after Labor Day, and is as follows:


Saturday, 4:00 PM           St. Peter, Eagle River

Sunday,    7:30 AM           St. Mary, Phelps

Sunday,    9:15 AM           St. Albert, Land o’ Lakes

Sunday   11:00 AM           St. Peter, Eagle River



Come join us for Summer Bible Study on Wednesdays, from 1:30 to 3:00 pm.

The theme for this summer is Missionary Discipleship.  We’ll begin on May 30th, take a break for the Independence Day holiday (a Wednesday this year) and

finish on August 8th (10 sessions total).  More information and sign-up forms are on the Gathering Space table.

Dates are: May 30; June 6, 13, 20, 27; July 11, 18, 25; August 1, 8


Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation "Gaudete et Exsultate"


Part-Time Music Minister

St. Peter the Fisherman Parish in Eagle River is seeking a Part-Time Music Minister to plan and lead liturgical music for worship.  We’re looking for someone with a passion for music who is grounded in the Catholic faith and has an understanding of how liturgical music fits into the worship life of the parish.  Requirements:  Strong keyboard skills; familiarity with various forms of liturgical music; Musical Direction experience is preferred. Requirements and preferences may be negotiable with an experienced and proven individual.  Duties to include music selection, preparation, and rehearsal, musical accompaniment as well as forming and directing choir(s).  Recruit, train, and schedule cantors, choir members and other instrumentalists. Must be available most weekends and some evenings and willing to work collaboratively in the overall liturgical preparation.  Interested persons may contact the parish office for an application at info@stpeterseagleriver.org   or 715-479-8704.




 Saturday Evenings, 3:00 to 3:30 pm

 During Lent, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM prior to Stations of the Cross.



Over 50 Spirituality Group

This group meets each 3rd Thursday of the Month in the 4 Seasons Room at St. Peter's