Coffee & Donuts
Typically on the first Sunday each month, volunteers host coffee and donuts after 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m. Masses.
Cub Scout Pack 5 is a year-round family program designed for boys who are 7 to 10 years old. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, family understanding, character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.
Boy Scout Troop 5 is for boys ages 11 to 17 who are interested in a vigorous outdoor program and peer group leadership to achieve the BSA’s objectives of developing character, citizenship, and personal fitness. Camping, fun with friends — and more. It’s the adventure of a lifetime.
Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University
Participants in this program will learn how to manage their money in a Christ-centered way.
FOUND (7th-9th grade youth group)
FOUND is an opportunity for our youth to participate in fellowship, prayer, and service. Volunteers (parishioners from ages 16+) lead the youth in upbeat activities that are tied in to forming and discovering faith. The FOUND youth group meets twice a month during the school year and once a month during the summer months usually on Sunday nights from 6:30-8 p.m. FOUND stands for Discovering New Understandings of Faith (a backwards acronym). Volunteers are always welcome to assist in organizing events, chaperoning, or driving for activities off campus. Qualifications: Adult Catholics who can relate to youth. Adult volunteers are required to complete Protecting God’s Children and a background check. For information contact Gina Bergman at 224-4581 or email@example.com
Garden & Flowers
Volunteers plant and maintain the gardens and flowers on our parish campus.
Are you interested in learning a sport, sampling the arts, preparing for a career, or rafting down a river? Do you dream of publishing stories online, traveling to exotic locales, or speaking on behalf of girls in Washington, D.C.? In Girl Scouting, you can do it all! Girls in grades K-12 can join as girl members.
Members of this ministry provide the lawn care for our parish campus.
Meals at Home
Provide meals periodically for parishioners who are released from the hospital, are experiencing illness, or have other special needs.
Get together with other parish moms for monthly activities that range from mom’s nights out to parenting discussions to the annual Valentine’s “chocolate and chick-flick” special. Also join in weekday morning playgroups and spontaneous get-togethers for fun and fellowship.
Painting, Carpentry, Electric, Plumbing & More
Parishioners who are skilled in any of the above disciplines are needed to assist around the parish from time to time.
The Annual St. Peter Parish Picnic is held in August, come join us!
Take pictures for our newsletter, bulletin, and other parish publications.
Help to plan and produce newsletters, brochures and booklets for St. Peter Parish.
Seniors’ Cards and Games Group
Get together with other Sensational Catholic Seniors for games, cards, and get-togethers of fun and fellowship. Meet new people! Open to all Catholics 55 and older.
Sensational Catholic Seniors’ Group
Experience fellowship, faith and fun with other Sensational Catholic Seniors in a variety of activities ranging from bus trips, theater and dinner outings, Bible studies, cooking groups, book groups and more.
Warm & Welcoming Parish Team
Led by the Pastoral Council, the Warm & Welcoming committee spearheads activities and events to welcome and entertain parishioners. The group meets and greets new parishioners, sponsors the Sunday Mass greeters’ program, and plans and hosts parish events.