Welcome to Our Church

Through the grace of God and the commitment of the Catholic Community, we a parish devoted to imitating the life of Christ, as proclaimed in the Holy Gospels, offer a gathering place for worship, service, and fellowship for all.

As ambassadors for Christ, we serve the faithful, those who have strayed from the faith, and those who are not members of the faith community so that all may be reconciled to God.


DAVID, the Musical at Sight & Sound Theater in Lancaster

St. Peter's Women's Group is sponsoring a bus trip to see the sensational musical, DAVID, at Sight & Sound Theater in Lancaster, PA on Wednesday, September 28.  The cost is $155.00 which includes the bus, ticket to the show and smorgasbord dinner at Hershey Farms Restaurant & Inn after the show.  Flyers with information and reservation form are located on the table in the church vestibule.  Please send in your reservation form as soon as possible as seating is limited!

2022 Catholic Women's Conference

St. Peter's Women's Group will be arranging car-pooling for any ladies wishing to attend the 2022 Catholic Women's Conference - STRENGTH IN CHRIST - sponsored by the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown on Saturday, September 10th, at Holy Name Church in Ebensburg.  Registration forms with information are on the table in the church vestibule. There is a sign-up poster on the main door coming into Church.  Deadline to register is August 31st.

Having a Baby Baptized?

The Baptismal Preparation Class is required for all parents who wish to have their first child baptized at St. Peter’s. The program describes the history, theology, and the meaning behind the symbols and rituals of the Sacrament, as well as the Rite itself, and the roles and responsibilities of the parents and Godparents. Additional reading material is provided. The sessions are typically held on the first and third Thursday of every month in the Annex Library Classroom. Registration is required by contacting Deacon Mark at (814) 233-9285. Please be aware that the class needs to be completed before the baptism occurs.

Altar Servers Wanted

Is God calling you to serve as an Altar Server at Mass?  This ministry is vital to the Church’s Liturgical celebrations. Saint Peter’s Altar Server ministry is a group of young people who assist the Priest and Deacon by serving at the altar in a prayerful manner during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. It is an extreme honor and privilege to kneel so close to the altar as our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, becomes truly present, body, blood, soul, and divinity, at the moment of Consecration.  An altar server has the solemn responsibility to perform the assigned duties with attention, dignity, and reverence. There are several duties involved with being an altar server; however, the most important is that of prayer leader. As an altar server, you will help those who are attending Mass listen. You will help the service flow smoothly so that the congregation can concentrate on all the wonderful sounds surrounding them: the music, the prayers of the priest, and the words of Sacred Scripture. With your help, the parishioner’s time of worship will become more meaningful.


Some of the tasks Altar Servers perform include carrying the Cross, holding the book for the priest when he is not standing at the altar, presenting the bread, wine and water to the priest, and assisting him in gathering the gifts from the people as well as many other things.  Considering how critical these tasks are to the Mass, the new Altar Servers will participate in a comprehensive training. They will receive instruction on the Mass and its parts, their meaning, the many objects used in the liturgy (names and usage) and the various functions of the servers. In addition to some formal training, they work with the more experienced altar servers as they learn their responsibilities.  Please contact Deacon Mark at (814) 233-9285 for more information.  Dates for Altar Server Trainings will be announced in the Bulletin.



Sunday Masses

Saturday: 4:00 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:00 am, 12:15 pm

Weekday & Holy Day Masses

As announced in the bulletin.


Saturday 2:45 pm
Anytime upon request.
Additional times during Advent & Lent.