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Saint Peter Church Vision Statement

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Dear Parishioners,This is the conclusion of the St. Peter 5 Year Parish Plan: 

VOLUNTEERISM (corresponding Diocesan Focus Area: “Stewardship as a Way of Life”)

Goal: Increase the proportion of parishioners actively involved in ministries.

  • Evaluate ministries for numbers and mission.
  • Develop a system for personal invitation to participate in parish activities, including acting rapidly to engage people when they do volunteer and encouraging people to bring friends.
  • Establish a process to ensure all volunteers are recognized and thanked in person.
  • Set up regular, clear communication of the need for stewardship of time and talent.
  • Develop a crisp process encouraging service following completion of the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA).
  • Examine the possibility of extending the required volunteerism program for parents of children in the school to all adult parishioners.
  • Develop enthusiastic and effective communications to the Parish regarding the accomplishments of the ministries, encouraging others to join. 


Yours in Prayer,

   Padre G

Third Sunday of Advent

Week of December 14, 2014

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PeaceSaint Peter Advent and Christmas Schedule

To view Advent and Christmas events and services at Saint Peter, click HERE.


Symbolon, a new adult and family faith formation tool is now available for use at Saint Peter.  Click on the Symbolon banner at right to learn more and/or click HERE to view the Saint Peter Symbolon webpage and how to sign up.

January Liturgical Ministry Schedule Challenge

The Liturgical Minister Scheduling program is down and the January schedule is incomplete. Please be patient as we correct this problem. If you do not see your name on the January schedule (click HERE to view the January schedule), please email Mary Costello with  your ministry, full name, and Mass preferences and she will re-enter you into the system. Please sign up in the many unfilled slots in the schedule during this month. If you are scheduled to serve at a time that is abnormal or you are unavailable for, please call for a substitute or email Mary Costello. Hopefully most of the issues will be resolved by the end of the month!

Scouting Religious Award Workbooks due Jan 7th!

A reminder to all scouts working on their Scouting Religious Awards that all completed workbooks with all signatures (including parish priest) are due to a contact of the Diocesan Catholic Scouting Committee NLT Wednesday morning, Jan 7th in order to receive their medals at the St. Peter Scout Mass this Spring.  For more information or to turn in a workbook, please contact Sonja Beaudoin, St. Peter parish representative to the Scouting Committee, at or 488-1319.

stmoreReligious Freedom

We must continue our prayers for our nation and become educated, articulate, and active supporters of our religious freedom.  St. Thomas More, Patron of Religious Freedom, Pray for Us. To voice your opinion in the public square, you can contact your elected representatives as follows reference religious liberty in America:

Charitable Needs

  • December Tri-Lakes Care Requests: Canned yams/sweet potatoes, Red and Green Jell-O, Cream of Mushroom Soup, Chicken Broth, Boxed or Bagged Pie Crust Mixes, Pancake Mix, Non-dairy boxed milk (almond, soy, rice, etc), Cooking Oil, Paper Towels, Facial Tissue, and Toilet Paper.
  • January Tri-Lakes Cares Requests: Paper Towels, Facial Tissue, Toilet Paper, Powdered Laundry Detergent (no liquid please), Liquid Dish Soap (for hand washing dishes), Toothbrushes, Deodorant – male and female, Razors – male and female, Shampoo & Conditioner. These types of goods become very important when searching for a job and trying to make food stamp dollars stretch. Food stamps do not pay for non-food items, so many clients are in need of these things.
  • Catholic CharitiesMarian HouseA basket/box has been placed in the church hallway telling everyone as winter sets in that Catholic Charities is asking for help to provide men’s socks to the homeless.  If Saint Peter parishioners would find it in their hearts to meet this request, they can drop them off in the basket provided and the box will be taken to Catholic Charities downtown.

Saint Peter Five-Year Plan

The St. Peter Parish Council has compiled and prayerfully reviewed parish survey results, including 434 survey questionnaires, inputs from 65 town hall attendees, and 50 interviews. Also included in our review were data from the surrounding communities. We would like to thank all those who’ve participated in the process by filling out survey questionnaires, responding to interview requests, and/or participating in one of our two town hall planning meetings. Because of this feedback, a plan has been created that will help guide St. Peter Parish into the future. Thank you. To view the plan, click on the banner above.

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