Lent begins– February 14
Three Pillars of Lent Lent is about graced change. As with any lasting change we need to prepare ourselves.
The three Pillars of Lent; Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving provide us with opportunities to make changes in our lives which will carry us beyond the 40 days of Lent.
Prayer turns us away from sin and draws us closer to God. Mass is the ultimate prayer so, a good Lenten practice is to attend daily Mass if possible. Praying the Rosary, reflecti
Sunday February 4. Through the Souper Bowl of Caring you can help provide for those who are hungry, seeking shelter and compassion for those in despair.
At the end of Masses next weekend youth will be standing at the exits with soup pots…waiting for you! Please help to lift up those in need in our area by dropping your change in the pots. Afterwards the donations will be counted and then sent to directly to a local charity which provides provide shelter to the homeless, foo
Do you have job experience in communications or marketing? Please come forward and share your gifts with St. Peter's!!!
We are developing a communication committee to analyze our own competencies and implement a more effective way to share the Gospel here at St. Peter's.
Please email Fr. Fryml at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or call the office (779-0036) and leave a message.
It's a new year! Isn't it time to get involved and feel more a part of St. Peter's?
There are many opportunities to participate in the parish. Make 2018 the year you make a commitment to make St. Peter’s your spiritual home. Attend an event and meet other parishioners, join a class and learn more about our faith, volunteer and support your church and community.
To find out more about all you can do at St. Peter’s this year, please contact Emily Hero,803-331-7443, EHero@vi
Tapping Theology: January 23, Tuesday, 6:30pm, Villa Tronco Italian Restaurant February 20, March 20, and April 17 locations to be determined!
Brunch after 11 am Mass: (just meet us out front after Mass, and we'll decide where to go): February 11, March 11, and April 8. And a number of us will meet after each 11am Mass and randomly go to lunch other Sundays as well.
Feel free to join us!
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Are you expecting? Prepare before your bundle of joy arrives! Do you have a child you wish to have Baptized? Don’t put off having your child receive the Gift of Grace! Join us January 28 at 9:00 a.m. in Neglia Hall. You must register for this meeting!
No Baptism are scheduled during Lent. If you wish to have your child Baptized in February all paperwork must be in the parish office by January 28.
If you have any questions, would like to schedule a baptism or to register
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Celebrating 165 Years!!
Friday, February 9, 2018 @ 6:30 p.m. Seawells, 1125 Rosewood Drive
Tickets are now on sale for the annual Angels in the Vista Live & Silent Auction! Join us for a night of bidding, fellowship & fun!
Tickets are one for $40 or two for $70 and are available for purchase online or at St. Peter's School. Tickets include food, drinks, and live music by a jazz quartet featuring Dr. John Valerio.
Last Sunday, Saint Peter's had the honor of hosting a celebration for the 70th wedding anniversary of the Manley's. These wonderful parishioners, Doris and Bill, have were joined together in the Sacrament of marriage 70 years ago and are a beautiful testimony to the power of the sacrament.
Thank you for letting us share in your joy! Photographs Courtesy of Parker Renaud