Harvest House welcomes all parishioners 55 years of age and over, married or single, for fun and companionship.
Marriage Encounter is a world-wide program designed to help married couples strengthen their relationship through communication and prayer. For those couples who have, or want to attend a ME weekend at the Spiritual Life Center in Wichita please contact:
|Contact||Gary & Theresa Wright
Natural Family Planning classes are offered through the Diocese. All engaged couples are required to attend, and all wishing more information about the NFP methods are encouraged to participate in the classes. Both beginning and follow-up sessions are offered.
Parish Picnic needs volunteers to assist with parish picnic planning and the day of picnic help for setting up, working food and games, and clean up. It is a fun way to meet new people and get involved.
|Contact||Eric & Crystal Robinson 316-204-6083
Larry Smith 316-721-5890
Pro-Life Committee promotes activities related to the respect for and the protection of all human life from the moment of conception until natural death. A Holy Hour of Adoration is dedicated to this ministry every Friday at 8:00 p.m.
What a great opportunity to meet people and get to know the newest members of St. Peter! The Welcoming Committee is responsible for greeting new parishioners as they join our parish family. “Welcoming” consists of taking a welcoming gift bag with information about the church and school and the many opportunities for stewardship to the home of the new parishioner. This can be done by an individual or by your whole family, and most people add their own personal touch with a baked good or a sweet treat.
Each committee member is assigned to welcome new parishioners only a few times a year, and you can schedule the meetings at your convenience. Please sign up for this ministry and help us make a great ﬁrst impression with our newest parishioners. The Welcoming Committee also hosts an annual reception for all the parishioners who have joined in the past year.
The Altar Society is an organization of parish women who volunteer to maintain the church altar, organize and host activities. Funeral Dinners are prepared for families of the parish after a funeral at the family’s request. Volunteers help prepare, serve the meal and clean up. The Altar Society also hosts receptions and the Christmas Dinner for the Blind. Fundraisers include the St. Peter Arts and Crafts Fair on the second Saturday in October and the Gene Francis Auctions twice a year. The Altar Society is a great source of sisterhood and invites all women of the parish to attend meetings and activities.
|Contact||Co-President: Tara Baalmann
Co-President: Deb Gowing
Secretary: Vicki Richuber
Treasurer: Julie Ummel
Activities Director: Renee Bockover