Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved at St. Peter’s, whether by sharing your talents in the choir, joining a prayer group where you will be encouraged to grow in your faith, or spending time helping those in need. The following is a list of the various ways to get involved. Take a look at all our parish has to offer and get involved!

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Administrative Councils

Finance Council
Parish Pastoral Council
Stewardship Committee

 

Liturgical Ministries

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Altar Servers
Environment Team
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC)
Lectors
Music Ministry
Sacristans
Ushers

 

Prayer Ministries

Divine Mercy Cenacle
Eucharistic Adoration
Prayer Chain

 

Faith Formation

Christian Initiation
Confirmation Volunteer
Elementary Religious Education Program
Faithful Shepherd Catholic School Volunteer
Liturgy of the Word for Children
Middle School Religious Education Program
Saturday Scripture Study
St. Peter’s Youth Ministry (SPY)
Sunday School
Women’s Bible Study

Parish Life

Archives/Historical Information Volunteers
Blood Drive Volunteer
Cana Dinner Volunteer
Cemetery Committee
Collection Counters
Council of Catholic Women (CCW)
Faithfully Fit Forever
Fall Festival Volunteer
Family Faith in Action Team (FFAT)
Funeral Lunch Committee
Gardening Teams
Growing Through Loss
Hospitality Team
Knights of Columbus
Lenten Fish Dinner
Meals for New Parents
Men’s Club
Mom’s Group
New Parishioner Welcome Team
Office Clerical Help
Pastoral Care Visitors (EMHC to the Homebound)
Prayer Shawl Ministry

 

Community Outreach

Appalachian Christmas Collection
A Community Caring for Life
Feed My Starving Children
Giving Tree
Historic Church Tour Guides
Loaves & Fishes/Dorothy Day Center
Mobile Meals
Neighbors, Inc. (Food Shelf Support)
Refugee Ministry
Sharing & Caring Hands
Uganda Outreach
Week of Hope
Workcamp

 

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