St. Peter Parish, Pacifica, California

Parish Activities

Spiritual Activities    Parish Groups    Community Outreach

Spiritual Activities

RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)

RCIA is for any adult inquiring about becoming Catholic or simply interested in learning more about the Catholic Church.  It is also for those who have been baptized, but have not received the Sacraments of First Eucharist or Confirmation. 
Contact Sister Hilda Sandoval at
strhilda@gmail.com

This year the program will begin on June 22, 2016.   Click here for additional information.

Bible Study for Adults

Meets Thursdays at 8:30 a.m. in the Church Meeting Room.  For information:
Contact Mary Ann Eiler, (650) 359-6313, Ext 16

Chaplet of the Divine Mercy

Meets Daily, including Saturdays and Sundays, at 3:00 p.m. in the Chapel.  The Chaplet of the Divine Mercy is a devotion based on the Jesus' appearance in 1931 to St. Faustina, who was inspired to have a painting made that is now known as the Image of the Divine Mercy.   For more information, click here

Cursillo 4th Day Groups

Meet at various dates and times.  For information:
Contact Sue Bernardi, (650) 359-4412

Faith Sharing Groups

Meet at various dates and times.  For information:
Contact Sue Bernardi, (650) 359-4412

Prayer Circle

In need of prayers and/or wish to pray for others?  This is done primarily through email, however, no computer and no registration to St. Peter's is required.  Contact Diane Gallo - (650) 359-6979 or prayercircle700@gmail.com

Respect Life Ministry, Mother of Perpetual Help

Meets third Tuesday of each month at 1:00 in the Chapel to pray the rosary followed by a meeting.   Contact Chris Hurley - (650) 359-8760

 

Parish Groups

Catholic Youth Organization (CYO)

CYO seeks to provide opportunities for youth to develop strong moral character, self worth, interpersonal competence and a commitment to caring for others and their community through activities of a social, educational, and/or recreational nature, based on Christian principles and values.  Youth in the parish are invited to participate in CYO Athletic programs that provide  opportunities for the boys and girls of the parish to learn and play basketball.  For more details, click on the link above to go to their own web page.

Men's Club

A group for all men in the parish.   For more details, contact Chris Redfield, President - (650) 291-8845 or take a look at their own website at www.freewebs.com/mensclub

55 + Group

This group schedules social activities throughout the year for its members, aged 55 and over.
Contact:  Ann and Thomas Dowd - (650) 359-2601

 

Community Outreach

Outreach to the Sick and Elderly

This ministry offers reception of the Blessed Sacrament  to those who are homebound. 
Contact Tim Durkin - (650) 359-5050

Grief and Consolation Ministry

Contact Tim Durkin - (650) 359-5050

Pajaro

For nearly 25 years, St. Peter Parish has adopted poor families in  Our Lady of the Assumption Parish in Pajaro, near Watsonville, California.  St. Peter parishioners sponsor a Christmas Fiesta for the poor migrant farm worker families of this parish, who might not otherwise be able to experience some of the joys of Christmas that we take for granted.  Those parishioners adopting families purchase gifts and food for the families in Pajaro and take them down early in December each year for the Fiesta.  Come join this ministry.

Contact Kate and Gary Chinca - (650) 359-1279

St. Vincent de Paul Society

The St. Vincent de Paul society is an organization of lay men and women who seek person to person involvement in a spirit of justice and charity to serve people in need.   For Information, contact Tim Durkin - (650) 359-5050

Faith in Action Bay Area

Faith in Action Bay Area creates justice by forging a common sense of purpose among diverse communities, addressing local problems, putting faith into action, building hope and finding solutions.  They strive to help ordinary people achieve extraordinary results for their communities. 

Faith in Action Bay Area is currently working on affordable housing and other issues.  Click here for more information.

Contact Ellen Hage - (650) 359-6313

Brown Bag Brigade

Provides food staples weekly to those who qualify.   Contact Joan Zimmer at (650) 355-5585 if interested in helping sort the food (strong backs needed)  or if you are in need of this kind of assistance.