​Weekday Masses


Monday: Noon

Tuesday: Noon

Wednesday: 8.30 am

Thursday: Noon

Friday: Noon

Weekend Masses

Saturday: 5.30 pm
Sunday: 9 AM, 11 AM,
​          1 pm (Spanish)
5.30 PM


Recent Homilies

If you want to listen, or  re-listen to the homilies that started off Lent in St. Peter's, look below.  If you want to revisit a previous homily, please visit St. Peter's channel here

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through worship, formation, and service.

Recently at Saint Peter's



Most of the new website is ready.  We are awaiting the last bits of information to add so we can put everything up together at once.   The advantage is that once the new website goes live (not long anymore) all pages will be available at once.  In the mean time, if you want to access something and can't, or if a link is broken, please contact me: eva@visitstpeters.org

Click below to obtain info on tithing on line

All are cordially invited to attend Notre Dame Glee Club Concert!
Thursday, October 23, 7:30 p.m. at Saint Peter's.
The concert is free and open to all!

Recognized as one of the finest all-male choral groups in the United States, the 80 singers of the Notre Dame Glee Club will perform sacred and classical favorites, folk songs, African-American spirituals, barbershop melodies, contemporary and popular music. Of course the evening would not be complete without the famous “Notre Dame Victory March.” The concert is sponsored by the Columbia Notre Dame Club, in coordination with the University of South Carolina’s “Festival of Spirituals” program. All who have attended Notre Dame Glee Club concerts in the past at St. Peter’s will tell you, this is the “feel-good event” of the year!

School mass with Bishop Guglielmone

Blessing of the pets

All Souls Day falls on Sunday this year, and we have a chance to commemorate our dearly departed with the beautiful Requiem Mass of Gabriel Fauré. You may have questions: Why do we sing in Latin? What's up with those trumpets on the organ? And sooo many other questions about music at Mass. Well, here's your chance! Address them to Liturgy@VisitStPeters.org and come to our information session/Q&A next Sunday, 26 October at 6:30 PM in Neglia Hall. "I will sing with the Spirit and with the understanding: alleluia!"