Directory of Ministries and Organizations

The Altar Society is part of the Saint Anne Ladies Sodality. We are the group that cleans the church weekly which includes dusting, straightening up and other light duties. We also clean and fill the holy water fonts. We work in teams.

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The St. Peter parish Men's Prayer Group seeks to grow and progress in our spiritual lives. A parish organization dealing with Catholic men's issues, including being a good husband, father and Christian witness. We gather to pray, study our Ca...

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Help plan and decorate the worship space for each liturgical season. Maintain plants in church, chapel, and gathering space. More volunteers are welcome.

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Provides modern liturgical music for Saint Peter Parish.  This group leads the music at the 11:00 A.M. Sunday Mass. Rehearsals are on Tuesdays at 5:00 P.M. in Parish Center upstairs Music Room. Open to singers middle school age and older. You mu...

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“Be still and know that I am God”   Psalm 46:10 Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in the Chapel offers a time and place to pray and reflect in adoration to Jesus really and truly present in the Eucharist. Tuesdays 8:30 A.M. to...

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This group assists in the distribution of Holy Communion during the celebration of Mass. Some Eucharistic Ministers help by bringing Communion to those who are homebound.  

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This committee helps with the preparation of the parish budget and financial reports. It advises the pastor on the management of parish finances.
This committee is responsible for the gardening around the parish grounds. This includes the care and maintenance of our shrubs, plants and other greenery.

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At the Offertory during Mass, the Gift Bearers, representing the congregation, present the bread, wine, and water to the Celebrant for consecration.
The Greeters welcomes worshippers in Christ’s name to our parish and the Eucharist for 20 minutes before each Mass.
The Quilters meet each Monday in the Day Care lower level from 8:00 A.M. until 12:00 Noon. Completed quilts are raffled at the annual Card Party, Sausage Dinner, and at Lenten Fish Fries for the benefit of our parish. The quilters are also involved i...

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Ministers bring the Eucharist to parishioners who are homebound. We are scheduled so that the impact on our personal lives is not imposing.
This group is trained to pray briefly, quietly and confidentially with those who want prayer for any need. We pray at church, in homes by appointment, and also by telephone.

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Knights of Columbus live by four core principles: Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism. To be a member you must be at least 18 years old and a practicing Catholic. That means someone who accepts the teaching authority ofthe Catholic Church on ma...

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Lectors are men and women who serve our Church as readers, proclaiming the Word of God at Sunday Mass and weekda Masses.  
Volunteers assist at Mass or communion services on the first and third Wednesdays of each month by preparing the altar and bringing residents to Mass or communion services, and taking communion to residents in their rooms who are unable to participat...

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Part of Saint Anne Sodality. On a rotating schedule, this small group of ladies, wash and ironthe cloths used during each Mass. Some women also sewthese items. If you like to iron this is for you.

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A parish program in which parishioners provide evening meals for an individual or family “in crisis”.
A Retreat for the men of our parish is held each year in August at the White House ~ Jesuit Retreat Center in South Saint Louis County. All men 18 years of age or older are invited. Other retreats are available throughout the year at White House and ...

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This group organizes domestic and international mission trips.
The Council members represent the people of the parish. They advise the pastor in matters important to the daily operation of and the long range planning for the parish.

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The committee plans, coordinates, and runs the annual parish picnic in the month of May.
This group takes care of some construction and maintenance needs for our Parish buildings and grounds.
Coordinate parish Respect Life activities with those of the Archdiocese, raise funds to support Pro Life agencies, keep parishioners informed of Life issues, and sponsor a Repect Life Mass on the 1st Saturday of each month.

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Also known as our Funeral Choir, this group provides music for the family of the deceased at funeral Masses.
Ministry sings periodically at the 9:00 A.M. Sunday Mass and is open to singers high school age and older.
Catholic Scripture study series for adults and young adults who would like to know more about Scripture. Usually this is a six week session coinciding with the liturgical year. Come join us to journey together and deepen your Catholic faith.

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Servers give praise and worship to the Lord at Mass and assist the Priest and Deacons at Mass and other liturgical functions
Promotes and sponsors many social events during the year for the benefit of the parish. These include the Annual Sausage Dinner, Lenten Fish Fries, Golf Tournament, and Theme Dances.

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Provides fellowship for parishioners and guests while enjoying coffee and donuts in the school cafeteria after Sunday morning Masses.
The Technology Committee provides the vision for long term and short term planning for the electronic media of the parish and its school. This includes computers, telephones, video, data network, related infrastructure, and PA systems.

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Ushers help seat worshipers before and during Mass, take up the offertory collection, greet parishioners and guests, and distribute the Sunday bulletin.

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New parishioners receive welcome phone calls
Women’s Retreats are held throughout the year at the White House ~ Jesuit Retreat Center in South Saint Louis County or the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate ~ King’s House in Belleville, Illinois.

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"As the Father has sent me, so I send you."

Saint Peter parish is a people united
in Faith and sharing in the life of Christ.

Influenced by our Catholic heritage,
Empowered by the liturgy,
and growing in the Spirit of God,
we are ministers of the word of Christ and His work of salvation.

We are to be signs of the Lord's love, peace,
justice, and mercy to one another and
to the community in which we live.