Stewardship is Eucharistic in nature – driven by a deep relationship with Jesus, gratitude for that relationship, and a desire to act on that gratitude.

A Christian steward is one who receives God’s gifts gratefully, cherishes and tends them in a responsible and accountable manner, shares them in justice and love with others and returns them with increase to the Lord.

The Stewardship Committee exists to promote stewardship as a way of life at St. Peter.  Recognizing that stewardship is our response to Jesus’ call to discipleship, the committee is responsible for all aspects of the annual stewardship efforts of time, talent and treasure and the ongoing awareness of stewardship as a way of life. We do this by helping parishioners discern, understand and respond to their individual call to stewardship.

We invite you to discern which faith group, ministry, service or fellowship group you would like to join.

  1. Start by selecting this link  Ministries at a Glance  for an easy-to-read chart that will help you find a group to match your interests and time.
  2. We ask that you pray and discover where God is calling you to engage.
  3. All volunteers are required by the Charlotte Diocese to complete Safe Environment registration for everyone’s protection.  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.  St Peter is committed to providing a safe environment for all people.
    Volunteer Packet – forms and policies 2017
    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.

The links for each category below take you to their page:

Altar Server
Altar Guild – Mass Linens
Children’s Choir
Eucharistic Minister
Eucharistic Minister for the Sick and Homebound
Family Mass liturgy
Liturgical Environment (Flowers)
Music Ministry

Faith Formation and Education
Bible Study
Ignatian Spirituality – Meeting Christ in Prayer, The Daily Examen, Spiritual Direction, and The Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius.
Rite of Christian Initiation (RCIA)
Sacraments of Initiation Facilitator- First Reconciliation/First Communion, Confirmation
Spiritual Gifts and Living Your Strengths

Parish Service Ministries
Caring Cooks
Fellowship Committee
Fr. Vince Alagia Library
St Fiacre Garden Ministry
Welcome Committee

Parish Fellowship
Dinner Groups
Hiking Group
Men’s Group
Respect Life Rosary
Taizé Prayer Service
Young Adult Ministry
Girl Scouts Troop 10

Justice and Outreach Ministries
Druid Hills Partnership – Education
Housing & Shelter
Migration & Refugee Ministry
Race Relations

Outreach groups
Day of Service
Dove’s Nest
Druid Hills Public School partnership
Garden of Eaten
Diocesan LGBTQ Ministry
Habitat for Humanity
Homeless Relief Ministry
Loaves and Fishes
Refugee Resettlement Mentoring
Uptown Men’s Shelter
Urban Ministry Center Support: Soup Kitchen
Room in the Inn