Outreach and Social Justice

Bread for the World Offering of Letters – June 9 & 10 after every Mass in Biss Hall
View the video at this link
“Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad.”  Bread for the World_Letters_campaign
Facts about Hunger & Poverty in the U.S.

Coming June 24!
Our dialogue continues with Our Lady of Consolation parishioners.   This June our discussion is about “The Experience of Black vs White Students in Mecklenburg Area Catholic Schools”.   June 24, Saturday from  10am – 2pm  in Biss Hall  ( a light lunch will be served).
To register, please email  Barbara Dellinger at brbdllngr@aol.com

New!  REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT MINISTRY  St. Peter will be mentoring a refugee family through Catholic Charities that will be locating to Charlotte in the near future.
We are looking for volunteers to assist this family in a variety of ways.  This is not a financial commitment but an opportunity to support a new family in our community and be a presence in their lives.  Adopt a family and develop lifetime relationships!
If you are interested in learning more, please contact: Martha Schmitt  schmitt.martha@gmail.com  704-577-6780


Faith on the Border – Coming to the Aid of Deported Migrants
Read an interview with Jesuit Father Sean Carroll, exec. director of the Kino Border Initiative at this link


This video explains how the mission began… https://youtu.be/RG3qzRzlqTE
Jesuit Refugee Service produces videos to tell the stories at the Kino Border Initiative  -watch  https://youtu.be/1pVcnAXw8z0

Kino Border Initiative –  In our parish effort to connect with the situations affecting migrants on our borders, we reached out to Jesuit Refugee Service/USA and the Kino Border Initiative (KBI). These Jesuit organizations companion, serve direct assistance, and advocate for people migrating to a better life.  A small delegation of St. Peter parishioners volunteered to visit the KBI in Nogales, Mexico.
Nogales Blog by Bob Macpherson 
Kino stories
by Martha Schmitt


On the right side of this page, you can click on the list of organizations serving the Charlotte area and the broader international community. Each group has a page where you can find details and a contact name/email address.

Information for Volunteers
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with St. Peter Catholic Church.  As a volunteer, we all have a role in protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults.
The USCCB and the Diocese of Charlotte has adopted policies and procedures to safeguard those whose care has been entrusted to us. Click below to access the policies and forms required to volunteer in our parish.

Volunteer Packet
The Volunteer Packet includes important forms: the volunteer profile, background check release, and acknowledgement of receipt of the Diocesan Code of Ethics and Sexual Misconduct Policy.
Please send signed forms to Kim Kucinski at kkucinski@stpeterscatholic.org