Saint Peter's Catholic Church depends on the generosity of parishioners to continue it's mission in the Midlands: to be a conduit of grace and place of welcome to a diverse, multi-cultural and multi-ethnic community through uplifting liturgies, music, education.  You can donate through the link above.  Just click the link and follow the steps. You can make a one time donation, or set up  scheduled giving.

If you prefer not to donate online, please contact the parish office and ask for Donation Envelopes to be sent to you: 
Phone: 803/779-0036 
Email: stpeters@visitstpeters.org ​




Time - Talent - Treasure

"Whatever gift each of you may have received, use it in service to one another, like good stewards, dispensing the grace of God in it's various forms" 1 Peter, 4:10

"Bring the full tithe into the storehouse" Malachi 3:10



Stewardship acknowledges that all we have and all we are comes from God.  These gifts from God are provided to us as good stewards to use them wisely, justly, and in gratitude. Each of us must place our own gifts of time, talent and treasure at the service of one another and those in need.  St. Peter's has many opportunities for parishioners to serve through it's programs and ministries.


​Want to know more about Stewardship?  
This page from the St. Louis Diocese has some excellent information to contemplate!




Stewardship Prayer

Almighty God, we give thanks for all that we have and all that we are. Most of all, we give thanks for the great gift of your Son, Jesus.  We pray that through a personal relationship with the Risen Christ our hearts will  be open to continued conversion in our lives.

We pray that we may be good stewards: that we will follow faithfully, serve joyfully, give generously, live responsibly and possess sensibly.

In gratitude for the abundant gifts you have so graciously given to us we return to you the first fruits of these gifts, through acts of service and by generously sharing all that You have entrusted to us.

Heavenly Father, by Your Holy Spirit, help us to be a gift to others, in Your name, so that when our time on earth is through, we may be welcomed into your heavenly kingdom and hear you say "Well done, my good and faithful servant."