Baptisms at St. Peter’s
Congratulations! If you’re looking for information about baptizing your child, click below to learn more about our Baptismal Preparation Program. Are you an adult wanting to be baptized? Welcome! We’re excited to hear more about your journey to the Catholic Church. Click below or check out this page to learn more about becoming Catholic.
Weddings at St. Peter’s
Weddings are unrivaled at Saint Peter’s. Wrapped in the splendor of our beautiful church, brides experience a truly Heavenly wedding Mass with their grooms. Arrangements for weddings at Saint Peter’s must be made with Father at least six months in advance. To schedule an appointment with Father, please click below.
Confirmation at St. Peter’s
Youth and adult confirmations are held each spring. To enroll your child in confirmation prep class, please click the button below. If you’re an adult and desire to be confirmed in the Church, click below and explain in your email that you’d like to learn more. Not Catholic? No problem, visit this page to learn more.
First Communion at St. Peter’s
Second graders and above are eligible to recieve their First Communion at Saint Peter’s. If you have an incoming second grader, please let us know by clicking below. If you’re an adult who’s been baptized in the Catholic Church, but have not received your First Communion, click below and let us know.
Confession at St. Peter’s
We love confession at Saint Peter’s! If you’d like to receive the mercy of Jesus through this Sacrament, join us Saturdays from 3:00-3:45 pm, Sundays 8:15-9:00 am, and Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays from 8:30-8:50 am, or Wednesdays from 5:00-5:20 pm. None of those work? No problem. Click below to schedule an appointment.
Anointing the Sick
Are you, or someone you know, in need of the Anointing of the Sick? We would like to be informed of parishioners in the hospital and nursing homes as well as those who are at home and unable to come to Church. Click below to let us know and we can get it scheduled.
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.