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Saint Peter Catholic Church
515 E. Knight Street, Eaton Rapids, MI 48827
517-663-4735         [email protected]

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Our Mission Statement
St. Peter Roman Catholic Church in Eaton Rapids is a welcoming Catholic Community in the Diocese of Lansing,
consecrated to Jesus Christ, serving the spiritual and corporal needs of our brothers and sisters.
We commit ourselves to celebrating the liturgy togeather, living the sacraments in a life of prayer and communion with the saints. Empowered by the Holy Spirit, we will preach the Gospel and serve the community in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and Savior.

We invite you to join us

for Masses on:
Tues. at 6:30 pm
Weds. & Fri. at 9 am
Thurs. at 6:30 pm
Sat. at 5 pm
Sun. at 8 am & 10:30 am

for Reconciliation on:
Tues. at 5:30 pm
Sat. at 4 pm
Lent & Advent as Scheduled
Other Times by Request


Liturgical Calendar for the Weekend of ​​
December 1 & 2

5:00 p.m. Mass  (December 1)
Altar Servers - J. Babcock, R. Fournier, M. Fournier
Lectors - B. Tubbs, R. Fournier
EOM’s - J. Babcock, R. Fournier, M. Fournier

8:00 a.m. Mass (December 2)
Altar Servers - D. O'Daniel, L. Petrovich, M. O'Daniel
Lectors - M. Mattson
EOM's -R. Marsal, J. Freer, L. Pretzel

10:30 a.m. Mass (November 25)
Altar Servers - F. Keenan, C. Luea, S. Luea
Lectors - R. Collins, R. Fournier
EOM's -  S. LaForge, J. Babcock, E. Schaub,

M. Patterson, M. Schaub, J. Carpenter

Communion To Shut-Ins - C. Collins

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 Faith Formation Classes
September - June
Our Catechists are knowledgeable, Spirit-filled, and excited to share God’s love
and what it means to be Catholic with parishioners of all ages!

Religious Education is a faith-based and fun-filled time for kids from Kindergarten through 7th grade where they are taught the Sacraments and the basics of our Catholic faith. We meet Sunday Mornings beginning in our Fellowship Hall at 9:10 am until 10:15 am, where students are picked up by parents in their respective classrooms.

Confirmation is done in the 8th grade. This is an informative time for our youth where they dive deeper into every aspect of our Catholic faith. At the end of the 1 year class, they receive the Sacrament of Confirmation. We meet on Wednesday Nights from 6 - 8 pm in the classroom next to the Church Kitchen.

RCIA, the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, includes formation, faith sharing, prayer, and community building to help non-Catholic older youth and adults discern their desire to join the Catholic Church. This is also a wonderful time for those who are Catholic to ’brush up’ on their faith, as well as re-integrate those who have fallen away in their faith. We meet on Sunday mornings at beginning in our Fellowship Hall at 9:10 am until 10:15 am.

Other Formation Opportunities
Coffee and Theology meets Sundays from 9:15 - 10:15, September - June and is a time is for anyone who has been confirmed and wants to deepen and strengthen their faith. This casual study group also teaches you to defend our Faith and allows you to get to know fellow parishioners better through learning and sharing.

Life Teen, our High School Youth Group, meets weekly on Sundays after 10:30 am Mass September - June and provides our 9th - 12th graders with additional spiritual formation mixed with fun and fellowship, including many opportunities throughout the year for community service, concerts, and other youth geared events. The highlight of the year is a weekend retreat during the summer at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, OH.

Edge, our Middle School Youth Group, meets weekly on Sundays after 10:30 am Mass September - June for our 6th - 8th graders where learning to live our faith out loud and unashamed is emphasized with games and activities are mixed with formation to create a fun time of fellowship with their peers. Leadership, discipleship, and servanthood are lived in action through service projects, volunteer opportunities, and mentorships with the High School Youth Group.

Small Faith Groups help us live out the mission of Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit. Parish families come together in groups committed to meeting monthly for prayer, study, fellowship, and service to one another in the love of Christ. Monthly meeting days and times for each group are determined by each group; contact the Parish Office to find a group for your family today!
Men’s Coffee & Fellowship meets on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month to strengthen the men of our Parish in their walk with the Lord. In a relaxed setting that combines growth with fellowship and faith sharing, they are provided with tools and support to lead their families and communities as men of God.

Vacation Bible School takes place yearly during summer break from 9 am to Noon daily for 5 consecutive days. Using a Catholic Faith based program, youngsters from  Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade learn the love God has for them. From the Spirit-charged music center to the creative arts and crafts area, a special emphasis is placed on the Sacraments. Kids also learn about saints, Catholic faith history, and how to live out their faith! 7th Graders on up through adults are invited to assist!