The Church of St. Peter offers several involvement opportunities for all ages and interests. We invite you to explore these groups and see where you would like to be involved.
The Church of St. Peter hosts the “Celebrating Seniors.” This group meets for fellowship, outings and educational events. To learn more, contact Cathy Evans.
Council of Catholic Women
St. Peter’s Council of Catholic Women (CCW) started in 1903 and currently has about 130 members. The CCW membership is open to all women over age 18. The CCW meets monthly (September-June) in Fellowship Hall for Prayer, Tradition, Fellowship and Fun. We begin each meeting with the recitation of the Rosary, followed by a short business session, a program, and we close with desert and conversation.
In addition to our monthly meetings, the CCW sponsors two fund-raiser’s and from those proceeds we help the Girl Scouts, Life Care Center, Madonna Fund, our own Church and many other worthwhile causes. The CCW makes rosaries for overseas missions, supply Baptismal Bibs for the Church of St. Peter, sponsor used blanket drives for Brother Hillary’s Street People, and we organize Catholic Charities and Appalachian Mission drives. Anyone interested in more information about the CCW is encourage to contact Cathy Evans.
Cub Scout Pack 49
Boy Scouts of America, Cub Scout Pack 49 is chartered by the Church of St. Peter. The Pack serves the scouting needs of boys in 1st through 5th grade. Activities include den meetings, pack meeting, camping, pinewood derby and other events.
Boy Scout Troop 49
The Boy Scouts of America, Troop 49 is chartered by the Church of St. Peter. The Troop serves boys in 5th grade through age 18. Scouts in the Troop work on merit badges, rank advancements, camping skills and community service. The Troop provides opportunity for monthly camping and leadership development. To learn more, contact Scout Master Joe Hale.
The Church of St. Peter sponsors a Girl Scout Troop serves girls in first grade through age 18. To learn more, contact Pam Germ.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus are men, 18 years of age and older, who support the Catholic church and are committed to making the parish and community a better place to live through charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism.
The Knights of Columbus Council #4967 was chartered at the Church of St. Peter in 1961.