Parish Life

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.

If you would like to assist on Homecoming Weekend please contact Jane O'Donoghue at [email protected]

20s & 30s: Social, Service and Spiritual. 

Caring Cooks: The role of a “Caring Cook” is to prepare (or purchase) a meal and deliver it to a parish family who has a new baby or is experiencing illness. 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 Donna Hanson at [email protected]

Fellowship Committee:  Volunteers help organize and serve at fellowship events such as Coffee on the Plaza, Jesuit Alumni & Friends reception, Parish Brunch, and special occasions.

Garden of Eat'n:  Delayed due to COVID. ( Charitable event -donations for grilled "dogs", chips & soda pre-NFL game Sunday 1pm)

Girl Scouts: If you or your daughter has an interest in information about Girl Scouts, contact our St Peter Girl Scout Liaison, Joanne Shea

Mothers Well - St Peter Catholic Moms Ministry: Ask to join our Facebook group: Mothers Well-St Peter Catholic Moms Ministry

Parish Gardens: St. Fiacre ministry - to tend the gardens on campus.

St. Peter Men's Group: Social, Service and Spiritual

St. Peter Sages: (ages 59+) We host workshops, socials and serving opportunities for elders who are young at heart!

Welcome Committee and "Keys to St. Peter" new member orientation.s

Youth Group Ministry: (12 -17 yrs.) - to promote fellowship and friendship among our teens.

Connect Socially:

Dinner Groups: 

Hiking Group: First Saturday area hikes. Please see the bulletin for more information, or contact Bob Crowley at [email protected]

Jesuit Alumni & Friends: Our annual opportunity for alumni and friends of Jesuit schools to share our common bonds through liturgy and fellowship.