​Weekday Masses

Monday: Noon

Tuesday: Noon

Wednesday: 8.30 am

Thursday: Noon

Friday: Noon

Weekend Masses

Saturday: 5.30 pm
Sunday: 8 am, 10 am, noon, 5.30 pm

Bishop's Annual Appeal
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Schedule Set for New Picture Directory!
Make Your Appointments Now
Photos for the new St. Peter’s picture directory will be made in Neglia Hall the weeks of April 27th and May 11th, and YOU want to be in it! Why?  Because it makes it easier for your parish family to be able to put a name with the face.  And in receiving your own free copy, finding someone you have a question for will be a lot easier as well. Plus, you have a chance to be photographed for free and you decide when. 

Appointments will be available Tuesdays through Fridays from 2 pm to 9 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm. There is no charge for the sitting, and each family  unit participating will get a free directory, a free 8x10 portrait and the opportunity to order additional photos.  Guaranteed no pressure. 

It will be possible to sign up for an appointment before and after Masses beginning March 22nd, but you can avoid the rush, get your first pick, and save time by signing up on-line beginning now.  To make things easier, you will get an email confirmation and a reminder a few days before the appointment, and if something has come up, you will be able to revise the time later if needed. 

So.. go ahead, check your calendar and click right
HERE to start the process.

Please be aware that, to avoid duplicate appointments being made during sign ups at the Church, the online registration will be closed during these weekends.

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

Father Linsky has asked the Parish Planning Committee to gather input for him about the future development of the parish.  As part of their Lenten reflection, he invites all in the parish to take some time to consider the following questions.  The answers received will help guide future parish planning.  

1) Why did you choose St. Peter’s?  What top three things attracted you here?
 2) What opportunities to deepen your faith would you like to see offered at St. Peter’s?
3) How could you help implement them?
4) Please check your approximate age group
5) Name
6) Please indicate whether you are registered in the parish or not.   

There are several ways to respond:
1) The easiest way: go
here and fill out the form straight on this website, click submit and you're done.
2) You may also put your answers in an email to:  input@visitstpeters.org.
3) Or you can use a downloadable Input Form
4) There will be paper forms available at the Church during the course of the next few weeks.

If you have a question, please contact Bonnie Younginer, Parish Planning Committee Chair, 865-2502 or by email:

Thank you for taking the time to offer your input for the future development of the parish.  For that development to occur, much parishioner participation is needed.  Willingness to work for the betterment of our parish guarantees a bright future for St. Peter’s Church.  With your help, St. Peter’s will continue to be a beacon of faith in the heart of the Capital City for decades to come.  

​​God bless you!
An invitation to all in the Parish: 
Please offer your input!

Easter at Saint Peter's

Christ has risen.  And we celebrated at Saint Peter's.  We celebrated in liturgy and through our ministries.  Easter Vigil started, with the fire impressive in the darkness as "Lumen Christi" announced that Christ is the light of the world.  The Vigil is always one of the most impressive liturgical celebrations of the year with the light vanquishing the darkness.  
On Easter day we celebrated mass at 8 am, 10 am, noon (in Spanish) and this year added a well attended 5.30 pm mass.  Thanks to the hard work of many those celebrations were beautiful in both their joy and their solemnity!   
In Neglia hall, on Easter day, people of Saint Vincent the Paul under coordination of Robert Keeder, prepared not just a meal for those in need, but a feast, with Easter baskets and gifts afterwards.  As Robert has said on an earlier occasion:  "We are all called to do something bigger than ourselves and mine is the ministry to the poorest of the poor, the elderly, the helpless, and the homeless."
We hope the Easter light will remain burning in your heart throughout the year and we look forward on seeing you every Sunday to fuel it.