Jalapenos in Brookside is hosting a Dining Out Night this Wednesday, November 13, 4-9 p.m. Please present a paper copy of this flyer to your server and a portion of the proceeds from your meal will be donated back to our school.
A Family Event in Memory of Dan Needham
Sunday, December 1
St. Peter’s School Garden Room (Cafeteria)
$25 per Wreath – Proceeds to Benefit St. Peter’s Social Services
Dan Needham (1960-2019), St. Peter’s parent, Director of Social Services and friend to all in the community shared with some that he had a special vision of a Family Wreath Making event for St. Peter’s Parish. Dan envisioned families gathered to prepare for the coming of Jesus while building their own Advent wreaths, listening to Christmas music and eating holiday treats. The Women of St. Peter’s Ministry will provide this event in memory of Dan.
Families are invited to sign up online to make their own Advent wreath (with real greenery!) to use as they wait and pray at home in hopeful anticipation for the birth of Jesus. The numbers of wreaths are limited so please sign up as soon as possible here.
Start your Advent Season by focusing on the special tradition of prayer and reflection around a unique wreath made by your own family. Thank you, Dan!
Come enjoy this FREE family-friendly event from 5-8 p.m. this Saturday! Travel around the gym and explore the cultural diversity of St. Peter’s, featuring cultural music, food, dance and crafts, Passport & Scavenger Hunt Activities for kids, Junior High Choir performance, and more.
We will be selling used uniforms in the school basement after the 9 and 11 a.m. Masses this Sunday. Remember, school pants must be worn beginning Nov. 1, rather than shorts.
The STP school annual poinsettia sale has begun. If you would like to order a white, pink, or red poinsettia, please contact LeAnna Lepper in the school office at 816.523.4899 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Orders must be received in the school office by November 11.You may pick up your order on Thursday, November 21, 1:00 to 4:00 in the school lobby.
The Junior High Social Services Club is collecting clean, gently used coats for Project Warmth through Oct. 30. Please leave donations in one of the boxes either in the church vestibule or the school lobby. Thank you for your generosity!
We’re having a food drive next week (Oct. 21-25) to tide us over in the food pantry until we can stock up with Cranksgiving donations. Here are our most needed items with grade level suggestions for school families. ECLC – Juice Boxes Kindergarten – Toothpaste 1st Grade: Men’s and Women’s Deodorant 2nd Grade -Mac N Cheese 3rd Grade – Pudding or Jello Individual Serving (Non-Perishable) 4th Grade – Muffin or Quick Bread Mix 5th Grade – Crackers (Saltine and Graham) 6th Grade – Pasta Sauces, Plastic and Canned (No glass) 7th Grade – Peanut Butter and Jelly 8th Grade – Cooking Oil (Vegetable or Canola). Thank you!
The Cultural Diversity Bazaar is coming up on Saturday, Nov. 2. Please consider buying a raffle ticket after Mass this weekend–proceeds will go toward a scholarship for a student from our sister parish, San Francisco de Asis. There will be drawings for multiple prizes, and the winner does not need to be present at the Bazaar, but you will want to check out this fun event!
Please join us for a free, parish-wide celebration welcoming visitors from our sister parish in El Salvador, San Francisco de Asis, on Tuesday, November 12 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Narthex. The delegation includes two recent graduates who both received scholarships from our parish. To help us ensure we have sufficient food and drink available, please RSVP by email to Diana Halverson or Kathy Woods by November 9. Adults only, please.