MINISTRIES

Called to Serve

Serving the parish community is an important part of living out the Catholic faith. As our Catechism reads, “In response to the question about the first of the commandments, Jesus says: “The first is, ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one; and you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.’ The second is this, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no other commandment greater than these.”

Being good neighbors is a part of the DNA of our parish — and has been for 150 years. Your involvement in the ministries we offer is vital to the work of the Gospel and our universal call to holiness. 

GETTING INVOLVED

Pastor

Rev. Patrick Hake

frpatrick.stpeters@gmail.com

Director of Music

Allen Goebbert (260) 388-1237

Organist Emeritus

Robert Heidenreich

Rectory Office

Karen Zawodni (260) 744-2765

Baptismal Preparation

Kevin & Julie Workman (260) 418-2371

Buildings & Grounds

Jimmie Schindler (260) 417-2296

Eucharistic Minister

Judy Diagostino (260) 484-5632

Faith Formation

Fr. Patrick Hake

Finance Chairman

Thomas Obergfell (260) 420-5842

Greeter/Usher

Jim Bickel (260) 436-7755

Health Ministry

Bill Bridges (260) 744-2765

Knights of Columbus

Kevin Workman (260) 715-5990

Liturgical Music

Kathy Imler (260) 483-1091

Pastoral Council

Meets quarterly and when necessary. Jim Bickel,  Chris Didier,  Maribeth Leininger, Kate MacDonald,  Tessa Sordelet,  Julie Workman

Prayer Care Line

Rectory Office (260) 744-2765

stpeter1872@frontier.com

Proclaimers of the Word

Fr. Patrick Hake

Rosary Sodality

Aubrey Dettmer (260) 440-4467

Coffee & Donuts

John & Meg Hanlon

Social Committee

Elda Oberley (260) 341-2861

Suzie Bierbaum

St. Vincent de Paul

Julie Workman (260) 418-2371

Meetings on 3rd Thursday of each month @ 12:00 pm in the Food Bank.

Becoming
Catholic

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.

Tim and Stacey and their son Theo
Baptized and confirmed in 2019