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, August 27 at the Hillside location (2825 S. Hillside) and Thursday, August 23 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
Those who wish to be Confirmed in the spring of 2019 need to register online using the JCYM/CYM registration form, which opens on Friday, Aug. 17 on the parish website.
First Confirmation class will be on Wednesday, September 19, 8-9:30 pm.
The July-September 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.
St. Peter’s Parish School of Religion is for parish youth in grades Kindergarten through 6th, who attend one of the area’s public schools, or who otherwise do not regularly receive education in the Catholic faith. We meet on Sunday mornings from 9:15-10:15 am, with Kindergarten and 1st grade in Dominic Hall and 2nd-6th in the west wing of the school. The online registration link will open on Friday, August 17.
The first PSR class will be on Sunday, September 16.
Latchkey Teacher Openings 18-19 School Year
St. Peter Catholic School Latchkey Program has two openings for Teachers during the school year on Friday afternoons from 3:10 pm-5:30 pm while school is in session. Perfect for college students.
Clarity Apostolate Brings “The Gift”, Sept 16
Sisters in Christ will be hosting The Gift: Discovering Her Dignity and Beauty, a Mother-Daughter Program at St. Peters on Sept. 16 from 11:30-4:30. The program presents a holistic understanding of femininity within the context of God's plan for live and love while providing a lovely and memorable time together. Space is limited to 25 pairs and will fill up fast! The cost is $20 per pair and please make checks out to St. Peter the Apostle.
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.
To fill an open Eucharistic Adoration spot, Saturdays at 4 pm, or Sundays at 12 am (midnight), 1 am, or 10 am, or to be a sub for perpetual adoration, please call Carol Siegrist at 524-6357 or Sherry Robben 794-8039
Eucharistic Adoration Prayer Cards are now available in the Adoration Chapel! Simply make an hour in the Chapel on behalf of another person, fill out the card, and deliver to the recipient.
Special thanks to St. Michael's Parish (Mulvane) for sharing their idea.
St. Peter’s Schulte Fall Adult Co-Ed Softball League
Sign up today for the St. Peter’s Schulte Summer Adult (18+) Co-Ed Softball league. The league is a recreational adult softball league for fun and fellowship. All proceeds go to St. Peter’s Athletic Committee (SPAC).
Game Times 1:00 P.M. through 6:00 P.M with games starting June 3, 2018
6 Week – 12 games guaranteed for season
6 Team League
$375.00 league fee for each team
5 men and 5 women on Field
6 run limit per inning
For additional information and/or to register a team contact: Dominic Heincker – (316)-258-8289
Or visit our Facebook Group St Peter Schulte Softball for complete list of league rules.
Registration closes August 31, 2018
In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of the encyclical Humanae Vitae, Archbishop Aquila explains how Blessed Pope Paul VI’s teaching still serves as a great light amidst a world that is deeply confused about sexual intimacy. He provides valuable insights about how God imbued our sexuality with truths that are reflective of his own divine love. Check out this amazing title and other resources in the LIGHTHOUSE kiosks!
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