Save the Date for Pancakes with Santa! December 15, 7am – 12pm
Parishioners, school families, friends and neighbors are all welcome!
Please share the Facebook event to spread the word: https://www.facebook.com/events/374108270194569/
Save the Date! This year's Casino night will be April 25th, 2020.
More details to come….
Receipts from Frank's Piggly Wiggly are coming due for 3rd quarter (July, August, and September). Any and all receipts from 3rd quarter need to be turned in at the back of church by September 30th so we can collect, count, and submit them to Frank's. This fundraiser raised over $1600 in 2018 and we would like to keep it going strong. Thank you for your support!
All students must be registered prior to the classes beginning. Please do not bring your child if you have not registered first. They will not have a class assignment nor will they have books/materials necessary to begin this new year. Please see our website or call the Religious Education Office at 642-7225, ext. 5 to register.
CCD PROGRAM LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS
Thank you to all the wonderful people who have stepped forward to volunteer to teach a class. We have filled all the vacancies. However, we still need volunteers who may be unable to commit to teaching each week, but who would like to substitute occasionally. It is a wonderful way to do as the Bible asks “to go out and spread the gospel”. You do not need a teaching degree just a desire to share your faith.
We are also in need of a volunteer office aide on Mondays (5:45 to 6:45 pm) and/or Wednesdays (6:30—8:00 pm). We cannot pay you but we can take some monies off your CCD fees.
Pre-sale tickets available after most weekend masses for $10 for Adults & $5 for children five or older. Con-sider inviting your friends & family for a deliciously great homecooked meal. How about tipping your postal worker or hairdresser with a ticket? Don’t forget the wonderful produce, handmade items and home baked goodies at the Country Store. Let the kids have fun in the gym with many different games to play. The KCs will be manning the bar and will have the football games on. Take a chance for $1000 cash prize or the beautiful queen size quilt or for a raffle basket. How about the White Elephant Rummage for that special treasure? Signups are in the back of church or online and anyone 10 or older is welcomed to help. How will you serve? Hope to see you there.
Make a meeting once a month the 4th Monday from 7:00pm to no later than 9:00 pm. Willingness to guide by sharing your comments and ideas to make St Peters the best we can be. Liaison to one of the committees of St Peters. Each term is for 3 years. Can you help? Please prayerfully consider taking a turn at this. Thank you.
Human Concerns is looking for volunteers to call upon to help parishioners in need. Such as: grocery shopping, take to Dr. appts, drop off a meal, etc. Once the request is received, Agnes Peiffer contacts a volunteer on the rotation list to fulfill the need. If interested in helping, please contact Agnes Peiffer at 262-642-3689
Fall Festival raffle tickets available at the entrances of church courtesy of Lynch Chevrolet and First Citizens Bank of East Troy. An envelope is included for your easy return of completed tickets. Good luck on your chance of winning a beautiful handmade quilt and/or $1000 cash grand prize. Pre sale tickets available at parish office, Martin's Hardware or First Citizens bank.
Wow are we getting excited for the 58th Annual Fall Festival with our famous family style chicken dinner from 11:00am-5:00pm on Sunday, Oct 6th. Adult tickets are $10 presale/ $12 at the door and children $5/$6. Other activities include the quilt raffle, $1000 1st place Cash Prize raffle, basket raffles, Country Store, White Elephant rummage and games. Raffle ticket prices are $2 each or 3 for $5. We are asking each family to sell 15 raffle tickets and 3 quilt tickets. Please return ticket stubs with money by Sunday, October 6- drawings begin at 5:00pm!
Please consider joining us and sharing your gifts of time, talent and treasure as we plan and prepare for this wonderful feast. And don’t worry Packer fans, the game will be televised! So, did you guess the most popular game? It’s the cake walk! Hope to see you there!
Peace and Joy, The Fall Festival Committee
Custodian- Full Time 40 hours+ weekly
The primary function of this position is to provide custodial services, to assist with setups for programs, and assist in maintaining security. Has the primary responsibility for custodial assistance to evening and weekend and programs.
Qualifications-High school diploma or equivalent Prior custodial experience required Valid Wisconsin driver’s license required. Bilingual in Spanish desirable. Weekend work is required. Occasional work with hazardous chemicals. Some lifting of tables, chairs, furniture, equipment and supplies (up to 100 lbs.)
Maintenance Mechanic- Full Time 40 hours weekly
The primary function is to perform maintenance and repairs to building, heating ventilation, air conditioning equipment and grounds at the Mary Mother of the Church Pastoral Center., Archbishop's residence and other properties as assigned.
Qualifications- High school diploma or equivalent Prior maintenance experience required Valid Wisconsin driver’s license required. Bilingual in Spanish desirable. Weekend pager rotation is required. Occasional work with hazardous chemicals. Some lifting of tables, chairs, furniture, equipment and supplies (up to 75 lbs.) Knowledge of heating, AC, boilers, plumbing, pneumatics and other commercial equipment.
If interested and qualified please send cover letter and resume to Sue Gorski, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you and your family made plans for your final resting place? Did you know that St. Peter’s has their own cemetery with the only mausoleum within 25 miles around? Please inquire at the office for more information.
St. Peters School working on making decorations for fall fest and we are in need of clean soup cans. If you are able to please bring in any washed out soup cans that you may have at your house. These can be turned into the school office.
Every family was sent home with the yearly calendar raffles that are due December 20th. Many families have shown interest in the past regarding selling these after masses. This year we have created a calendar for selling. If you would like to sell calendars after an upcoming mass please notify the school office and we will add your family. There are also times available for selling at Fall Fest.
The Annual meeting that reflects the state of our parish is scheduled for Sunday, October 27 at 11:00 tentatively in the church with hospitality Sunday following in the school cafe. Please join us to hear the latest happenings in our faith community.
Catholic Charities is here to help! We offer free and confidential in-home education and support for mothers and their families. Pregnancy Support Coordinators help connect moms to resources, reach individualized goals, and receive education on topics such as stress management, labor and delivery. If you are in need or know someone who might need help,
please call 414-573-5899.
Need to drop off something and we are closed? Don’t forget our small item secure drop box right outside the parish office door.
The guardian angel fund has been established to help make a Catholic Education possible for all families. Making a
donation to the Guardian Angel Fund furthers the Catholic education of a child or children in need. All donations to the
Guardian Angel Fund are tax-deductible and go directly toward tuition assistance. Please consider being a guardian
angel and helping children receive a Catholic education at St.Peter’s School. For additional information,
contact the parish office at 262-642-7225x3.
Schedules for Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers and Altar Servers are now also available on-line at our website,
stpeterset.org. Please take a look.
Please place ALL Scrip Orders by Monday at 10:00 am for pick up on Thursday.