Sunday: 8:00am & 10:30am
Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. 8:00am
Monday-Friday (excluding Tues.): 7:30am-8:00am
Saturdays: 3:30-4:00pm and following Mass
Or by appointment
(first weekend of the month before & after all Masses)
St. Peter’s is next scheduled for Monday, June 25 at the Hillside location (2825 S. Hillside) and Thursday, June 28 at the Downtown location (520 N. Broadway)
Would you like to serve at the Lords Diner with 33 other parishioners? We need you! The Prep shift is from 11 am to approx. 1 pm (if you don't like to drive at night).
The monthly evening shifts are from 5:15 to 7:30 pm. Doors open at 5:30 pm. The diner also has 3 Food Trucks that serve from 4-6 pm Mon-Fri each week. To volunteer, please call Jean Hanson, 524- 5502, Carol Siegrist, 524-6357, or Paula Barker 721-4937.
God Bless all for your generosity of your time
Thanks to your support of Embrace, we’ve been able to share the love of Jesus with thousands of people in Wichita since opening our doors in 1985. It’s been our mission
Schoolbelles is the new uniform company. 650 N. Carriage Parkway, Wichita KS 67202
The April - July 2018 Lay Minister Schedule is available for pickup/download Extra copies are available in the north cry room or can be printed from the St. Peter website: at the link in the upper right corner that says Ministry Schedule.
A local nonprofit K94Heroes is looking for high school Seniors and Juniors in need of services hours.
K94Heroes works to provide a brighter future for Veterans in need, with man's best friend. This local organization provides 100% of the funding to place service dogs with veterans in need!
We are looking for 20 high school Seniors and Juniors to assist us in servicing a firework tent between June 27th - July 4th. Proceeds from firework sales will directly benefit local in veterans. All high school volunteers can use hours worked towards their secular community hours!
Prayer & Action is at St. Peter's!
Prayer & Action is a 5-day mission trip that takes place within the Diocese of Wichita. Participants stay at the host Parish in simple, dormitory-style accommodations; prepare their own meals; join the parish for daily Mass; and serve local families that are in need. Typical service includes painting, minor repairs, house and yard cleaning.
St. Peter’s will be hosting four Prayer & Action sessions in the month of June! Participants for each session will arrive on Sunday evening around 5:00 PM and leave around Noon on Friday. This is a large and worthy endeavor, and we need your help!
How can I help?
To make the Prayer & Action visit to St. Peter’s successful, there are certain things that we need: First and foremost, We need JOBS! These jobs should be aimed to assisting the elderly, disabled, widowed/widower, struggling families’ homes and yards, etc. Priority will be given to those with the greatest needs. Keep in mind that the work will be amateur work, completed by supervised high schoolers in crews of 8-10 during the day. Jobs could include exterior house/garage/shed painting, yard work, minor repairs, interior painting, organizing cluttered spaces, etc. We need a combination of about 20 “large jobs” (jobs that could take a whole week) and 50 “small jobs” (jobs that could take half a day to a whole day). We prefer the homeowner be present while the crew is there working. It is better to have too many jobs than too few! See below for information on the three possible ways to refer potential work sites.
Here’s how to refer a job site:
Call St. Peter’s Parish Office at 316.522.4728 and
speak to Jill or John
Follow this link to fill out a Google Form:
We need TOOLS!
Of course the jobs are important, but we also need the proper tools to accomplish the tasks at hand! We are looking for generous parishioners to lend us some tools for Prayer & Action; tools such as ladders, rakes, hedgers, painting equipment, shovels, gardening tools, etc. Please label the tool with your name and we will return it at the end of June, or upon request. Please bring all tools to St. Peter’s Parish Office.
We need SNACKS!
If you would like to donate snacks for the Prayer & Action sessions, follow the sign up genius link here: Snacks for Prayer & Action Link
We need PRAYERS!
After all, this is Prayer & Action! Please keep the team, chaperones, participants, and homeowners in your prayers that the Merciful Heart of Christ will shine through this June!
Now Accepting Paperwork/Fees beginning Feb 5, 2018
8 am-4 pm in the School Office
(Preschool enrollment is on a first come-first served basis.) Please bring along a birth certificate and baptismal certificate (We will make copies.)
2018-2019 Preschool Offerings:
Call Brenda Hickok (316-524-6585) with questions.
Is your marriage going down the right road…or is it a little off track? Life can be difficult, and so can the challenges you face in marriage.
Improving a marriage takes time and a conscious effort to learn about your spouse. Growing closer in a marriage does not happen automatically. Retrouvaille is a marriage program dedicated to helping couples grow closer and develop a stronger bond. You give your heart and soul to everything you do, between your work and your family. Are you giving your heart and soul to your marriage? Sometimes the distance between a husband and a wife can seem so wide that it cannot be repaired. Retrouvaille is a marriage program designed to bring couples closer together.
For more information about the upcoming July 20th Wichita Retrouvaille program for couples, contact Dacia & Kieran 800-470-2230 or visit our website: HelpOurMarriage.com
The next Amplify gathering will be this Tuesday, June 19th at 7:00 p.m. in Dominic Hall. The group is for any adults in the parish and meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month. Bring a beverage of choice and a snack to share if you wish. Please invite a friend or couple to join us or come alone for adult social time and a chance to share with others while growing our church community.
For more information or questions, contact Sheryl Stanley, 794-8312
“YOU KNOCKED IT OUT OF THE PARK!”
On June 10th, 2018 the Guadalupe Clinic hosted its 30th Annual Wingnuts Baseball Game Fundraiser to provide quality healthcare for uninsured people in Wichita and surrounding communities. A special thanks to all the parishes that support Guadalupe Clinic and our sponsors who also gave faithfully to make this event possible. This year’s game honored Dr. Jim Loeffler, who has supported this event from its beginning 30 years ago. Since its inception, this event has raised nearly $1.3 million dollars to serve those in our community without medical insurance who are in need of quality healthcare, thanks to our gracious supporters, many of which made donations online: www.igfn.us/form/lvF6aQ to help purchase tickets that were distributed to the clinic’s patients and their families.
Your continued support provides Health & Hope! Guadalupe Clinic provides a doctor’s visit, lab tests, x-rays, medication and other services all for a requested $5 donation. Because of your stewardship, no one is ever turned away. We always need additional volunteers, for more information and event pictures go to www.guadalupeclinic.org/wingnuts-ballgame. Thank you in advance for all your support. God bless you!
Thank you in advance for all your continued support. God bless you!
From left: David Gear Guadalupe Clinic, Tyler Harrison Wingnuts, Dr. Jim Loeffler and Family
To fill an open Eucharistic Adoration spot, Fridays at 5 am, Saturdays at 4 pm, Sundays at 12 am (midnight), or 10 am, or to be a sub for perpetual adoration, please call Carol Siegrist at 524-6357 or Sherry Robben 794-8039