“Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the inheritance as your reward. You are serving the Lord Christ.” Colossians 3:23–24

We invite you to contribute to the life and mission of St. Peter’s through the generous stewardship of your gifts.   Whatever your talent or skill God wants us to steward those gifts for Him. God wants us to bless others.

How can you put that into practice?  There’s a ministry that uses your skill or talent to help others. If you love working on cars, volunteer to repair single moms’ cars for free. Or if you paint, hold art classes for nursing home residents. If God made you an amazing singer, sing for Him.  If you look in our community, you’re sure to find a need you can meet with the talents God’s given you.

God made us all different because together, all of us make up the kingdom. In 1 Corinthians 12, Paul compares the body of Christ to a human body: Each of us is unique, but together we make the body complete. And Christ is the head of the body (Ephesians 5:23), so everything we do points back to Him.

God wants you to use your unique role in the body of Christ to glorify Him. Use your God-given abilities to reach those who don’t know Him—and give Him the credit for your talents.

We invite you to faithfully use your talents the way He wants us to. When we meet Him in heaven can rest in our reward:  “Well done good and faithful servant”.

Children’s Sacramental Preparation

Children’s Sacramental Preparation

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Please join us for Middle School and High School youth group. Together we will be growing in our relationship with the Lord, learning about the teachings of the Catholic Church and having a bunch of fun!



Are you looking for new ways to grow in faith? Want to grow in understanding of the Church and what we believe? We have many great options for you!

Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) and Rite of Christian Initiation for Children (RCIC) is the process to become Catholic for those who either aren’t baptized or are baptized non-Catholic.



Understood simply, Eucharistic Adoration is adoring or honoring the Eucharistic Presence of Christ. In a deeper sense, it involves “the contemplation of the Mystery of Christ truly present before us”.



St. Peter food pantry cares for our neighbors who live in poverty. We are open at the School (Across the street from the Church) every Mon. & Thur. from 1-3pm to assist with disbursement of food, clothing and hygiene items.



We are your one stop shop for all Catholic gifts – whether they be Baptism, Confirmation, First Holy Communion, wedding, housewarming, graduation…etc.

Additional Ministries

Bear Catholic Sunday Dinner Volunteers – Kelsey Lynch and Rick Hoines-Brumbach

Altar and Rosary Society –

Altar Servers/Sacristans – Andy Martinez

Church Holiday Decorators

EMOHC – Agnes Schmerge

Funeral Luncheon – Shirley Johnson

Gift Shop Volunteers – Cathie Sobieski

Hospitality/Ushers – Cheryl Martin

Lectors – Agnes Schmerge

Men’s Discipleship – Greg Baustert

Music Ministry – Brenda Wright

New Parishioner Welcoming Committee –

Office Helpers – Dorothy Peterson

Prayer Ministry – Fr. Jim

Princess Club –  Denise Carbajal Gonzalez and Amanda Jones

Summer Festival – David Hicks

Sick and Homebound Ministry

Wedding Coordinators

St. Peter Women Growing in Christ – Susan LaBonde

Young Adults