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.


Come Celebrate With Us!

Congratulations to newly ordained Father Mark Groeger and Deacon Mark Komula, members of St. Peter's parish!  We are planning celebratory receptions for the next two weekends after all of our weekend Masses.  On Saturday and Sunday, June 5 and 6 we will have a reception for Father Mark Groeger following all weekend Masses in the tent near the church.  And on Saturday and Sunday, June 12 and 13, we will have a reception for Deacon Mark Komula following all weekend Masses in the tent near the church. Please join us!

Prayer Pillows

Members of St. Peter’s Women's Group are making little Prayer Pillows to share with our parishioners. These pillows are intended to be used as an aide in prayer or meditation (similar to Rosary beads) especially when we are visiting for Eucharistic Adoration.  There is a small cross embedded in the pillow and the pillows are the size to fit in the palm of your hand. We will have the Prayer Pillows available in baskets near the entrances of church as of this Friday, April 23rd. Parishioners are encouraged to take one home for their use.


St. Peter's Church Holy Week Schedule

We are now entering into the most sacred week of the Church Year, as we celebrate the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Jesus.  Let us enter into this Holy Week by making time to participate in our special celebrations.  THERE ARE SEVERAL CHANGES TO OUR CELEBRATIONS DUE TO COVID–19, most notably, the Easter Vigil will begin at 4:00 PM.


Monday, March 29: 7:00 AM, Morning Mass


Tuesday, March 30: 7:00 AM, Morning Mass, 7 PM Confessions with 2 priests

Wednesday, March 31: 7:00 AM, Morning Mass, 2-4 PM Confessions with 2 priests, 7 PM Confessions with 3 priests


Holy Thursday, April 1: 7:00 PM, Mass of the Lord's Supper; Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament until 10;00 PM

Good Friday, April 2: 3:00 PM, Liturgy of the Lord's Passion, (Liturgy of the Word, Veneration of the Cross, Holy Communion) *A genuflection or bow will replace the kissing of the cross as veneration this year.


Holy Saturday, April 3: 10AM Blessing of the Easter Food Baskets, 4PM Solemn Easter Vigil (Liturgies of Light, Word, Initiation Sacraments and Eucharist)  There is no gathering for the Blessing of the fire or use of individual candles.

Easter Sunday Masses: 8:00 AM, 10:00 AM & 12:15 PM




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.