Are you able to assist the Office Manager in day to day office work such as bulk mailings, bulletin inserts, updating computer files, and greeting visitors to the rectory? If so please contact the rectory to be put on a list to volunteer.
Knights of Columbus #1717
All Catholic Men are invited to Join this fraternal organization devoted to the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. The worldwide group works closely with the Holy See to further Holy Mother Church and its goals. They provide the honor guard for church dignitaries and ceremonies and sponsor many beneficial projects in the parish.
Grand Knight 2019-2020: Mark Masur
The purpose of St. Mary's Council of Catholic Women shall be to give glory to Almighty God through prayer, study and service for your parish community and the community in which we live.
Our objective is to serve the needs of the women of our parish and to unite all women of St. Mary's in spiritual, educational and social activities. We also aid financially with the needs of the altar, sanctuary, and the parish in general.
PCCW Council Meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the Library of the St. Mary's School.
Members can participate in as many activities as they can find time to attend. Some of the activities are as follows:
Members serve and/or donate baked items for coffee & rolls and bake sales. (See calendar for specific date/times of these monthly events)
Hosts Membership Events/Socials to acclimate women to our parish. Such as the Advent Program: Martha & Mary
Assists the pastor both spiritually and financially with the needs of the parish
Open to all women of the parish, age 18 and older, who subscribe to the purpose and objectives of St. Mary's Council of Catholic Women and who pay annual dues ($10.00 per year).
St. Peter PCCW is currently comprised of 12 sub-circles. Circle members are members of PCCW, but the circles allow members the option of a smaller group of ladies to get acquainted with. Each circle is comprised of a group of women with a declared purpose and objective, meaning each circle focuses on a specific goal/objective but all of PCCW is invited to assist. Select the link below to get a listing of the circles with contacts.
If interested in becoming a member of PCCW or have questions on joining a church circle, please contact Jessica Miller
President- Jill Eggleston
Vice President-Maggie Gahan
Saturday Evening/Sunday Morning Hospitality Ministry
The most important work of hospitality in our parish is on Sunday morning when the majority of our brothers and sisters in Christ attempt to encounter our Lord. Sunday Morning Hospitality is an oppurtunity for households-a unit consisting of a single person, a married couple, a married couple with children, or grandparents with grandchildren-to volunteer to welcome and serve those coming to Sunday Mass. The work consists of arriving early to check over the to welcome people into church and stay after to tidy things up to keep our church looking nice for all who come to worship here.
Meal Train for Priests
Do You Enjoy Cooking? Would you like to share a Home-Cooked Meal beyond your home?
Then volunteer to help feed those who feed us! You can sign up to make occasional dinners for our two priests. Volunteers would bring in a dinner to the parish office throughout the year on a Monday. Our Priests would love to try your favorite home-made dish!