Parish life at St. Peter is vibrant and faith-filled! Please take a moment to review the various Ministries and Groups we have for your involvement and enjoyment.
Stewardship is a Way of Life at St. Peter. We receive God's gifts gratefully; Develop our talents responsibly; Share lovingly with others; and Make a return with increase to God. Fill out the Stewardship of Time and Talent form here to get involved!
20s & 30s: Join other Catholics in their 20s and 30s for 5 PM Mass on the 2nd Sunday of the month and social after.
Caring Cooks: The role of a “Caring Cook” is to prepare (or purchase) a meal and deliver it to a parishioner experiencing illness and is homebound. Recipients need not be unable to cook, just in need of a little care and concern. Caring Cooks also provide meals to our St. Peter Jesuits two nights per week. To request this service for a parish member in need, please call the parish office at 704.332.2901, Ext. 212 To volunteer, email Caring Cooks Attn. Moe Cieri
Dinner Groups: Parish dinner groups meet over 6 months, in twice-yearly cycles. The goal is to enjoy each other's company in a social setting.
Garden of Eaten: We raise funds for parish charitable causes with grilled hot dog meal donations on Panthers' Sunday 1 PM game days. Volunteer here https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080B4EA5A829A5F49-garden
Mothers Well - St Peter Catholic Moms Ministry: First Sunday gatherings each month at 7:30 PM in Benedict Hall. Join our Facebook group.
St. Peter Men's Group: Social, Service and Spiritual Meets 2nd Thursday of each month on the 2nd floor of Benedict Hall at 8:00 pm.
Welcome Committee New members are encouraged to attend a "Keys to St. Peter" parish orientation reception where they will be welcomed by our pastor and ministry members.
Lay ministries for Liturgy are on the Liturgical Commission & Ministries page
Community service ministries are listed on the JUSTICE & OUTREACH page.
Parish spirituality and education programs are on FAITH FORMATION main page.
See this link for Parish Communications!
Contact the Parish Life Commission [email protected]
The Society of Jesus (Jesuits) discerned four priorities to focus on in the next ten years. These apostolic preferences are in agreement with the current priorities of the Church, and acting on them will "do what is for the greater divine service and the more universal good". Click on the image above to see a video (2:46) about the Jesuits' mission in today's world. The four Apostolic Preferences are listed here:
- To show the way to God through the Spiritual Exercises and discernment;
- To walk with the poor, the outcasts of the world, those whose dignity has been violated, in a mission of reconciliation and justice;
- To accompany young people in the creation of a hope-filled future;
- To collaborate in the care of our Common Home.
Jesuit Alumni & Friends: Our annual opportunity for alumni and friends of Jesuit schools to share our common bonds through liturgy and fellowship.