I’m thrilled to welcome you to historic Saint Peter’s Roman Catholic Church, the Capital City’s parish and mother church of Catholics in the midlands!
At Saint Peter’s we seek to make Christ known through celebrating liturgies that lift our hearts and minds heavenward while engaging in the here and now to live out our calling in ways that touch the poor and challenge all.
Our hope is that you’ll join us in our grand pilgrimage as together, we journey with Christ in union with the Saints and struggling sinners to our eternal home.
The Very Rev. Gary S. Linsky, V.F.Pastor
Saturday: 5.30 pm
Sunday: 9 AM*, 11 AM*, 1 pm (Spanish)*
*nursery available for children up to 4 years
There will be NO nursery for Easter Mass: due to scheduling conflicts of our staff and volunteers, we can not offer a nursery during the Easter Masses.
Five O Plus club, April 1st: We gladly invite anyone fifty and over to the Five O Plus club Easter Parade of bonnets. Our monthly luncheon will be held on April 1st at 12.30 in Neglia Hall.
April 7th: On April 7 we will conducting some testing in the church. The testing will begin at 11:00 AM stop for mass and continue as soon as the mass is over. During the testing time no one will be allowed into the church Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
St. Peter's Outreach Ministry:
Would you like to bring the Eucharist to the sick who are homebound, in the hospital, In a nursing facility or in a retirement center?
As baptized Christians we are all called to serve each other.
Please become a part of this rewarding ministry. Contact: Norvell Gibson: email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 803-447-4082 or 803-210-6776.
Daily Readings: Holy Scripture is a source of strength for us. Follow the Church Universal in going through it day by day. Read More.
He who sings, prays twice: Do you have a few minutes to meditate? To listen? Why not listen to our magnificent choir on Youtube? Listen here.
Diocese of Charleston: Saint Peter's Catholic Church is a parish of the diocese of Charleston. Do you want to know more about what is going on in the wider Diocese? Looking for information? Find it here.