Sacraments & Times
Weekly Mass Schedule
Vigil Mass (Saturday) – 4:00pm
Sunday Mass – 9:15am
Tuesday/Thursday/Fridays – 9:00am
Wednesdays – 5:30pm
Tuesdays from 8am – Noon
Saturdays 3:00-3:45pm + 30 minutes before all Masses
WHAT WE DO
Our parish is based on the three tenets of Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. We desire the truth of our faith, and study together. We aim to be good in support of our neighborhood and community. Finally, we know the beauty of our sanctuary is most worthy of preservation.
Learn about the vast history of our parish church and the community of believers who’ve come before us over the past 149 years.
The saving words and deeds of Jesus Christ are the foundation of what he would communicate in the Sacraments through the ministers of the Church. Guided by the Holy Spirit, the Church recognizes the existence of Seven Sacraments instituted by the Lord.
The origin and foundation of Christian Baptism is Jesus. Before starting his public ministry, Jesus submitted himself to the baptism given by John the Baptist. The waters did not purify him; he cleansed the waters.
Sacred Scripture begins with the creation and union of man and woman and ends with “the wedding feast of the Lamb” (Rev 19:7, 9). Scripture often refers to marriage, its origin and purpose, the meaning God gave to it, and its renewal in the covenant made by Jesus with his Church. Man and woman were created for each other.
The prophets of the Old Testament foretold that God’s Spirit would rest upon the Messiah to sustain his mission. Their prophecy was fulfilled when Jesus the Messiah was conceived by the Spirit and born of the Virgin Mary. The Holy Spirit descended on Jesus on the occasion of his baptism by John.
“Jesus said to them, ‘I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me will never hunger, and whoever believes in me will never thirst.'” -(John 6:35). During First Communion, children and adults are given the chance to participate in Christ’s gift of Himself.
Not only does the Sacrament of Penance free us from our sins but it also challenges us to have the same kind of compassion and forgiveness for those who sin against us. We are liberated to be forgivers. We obtain new insight into the words of the Prayer of St. Francis: “It is in pardoning that we are pardoned.”
Anointing the Sick
In the Church’s Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick, throughthe ministry of the priest, it is Jesus who touches the sick to heal them from sin – and sometimes even from physical ailment. His cures were signs of the arrival of the Kingdom of God. The core message of his healing tells us of his plan to conquer sin and death by his dying and rising.
Becoming Catholic is one of life’s most profound and joyous experiences. Some are blessed enough to receive this great gift while they are infants, and, over time, they recognize the enormous grace that has been bestowed on them. Others enter the Catholic fold when they are older children or adults.
Join us at Saint Peter’s
To live the True,
Good, and Beautiful.
Our mission feeds the work we do in our parish community. If you’re looking for a place of truth, beauty, and goodness, you’ll find it here at Saint Peter’s.