Early Enrollment Information for Parishioners

We ask current parishioners to contact the school office at 816.523.4899 or via email at school@stpeterskc.org if you would like to enroll your child in our Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) or Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. To be enrolled in ECLC, children must be three years old by July 31, 2020, as well as toilet trained. Kindergarten registration requires that children are five years old by July 31, 2020. Please feel free to contact the school office to schedule a tour or with any questions.

Holiday Office Hours

The Parish Office will have limited hours December 23 through January 3, and will be closed December 24-26 and December 31-January 1. If you need to stop by, please call to make sure someone is here. As always, you can also call the office number if you need a priest. (816) 363-2320. The school will close for the Christmas break at noon on Friday, December 20. Classes resume on Monday, January 6.

PTA Christmas Coffee and Gift Wrapping

The PTA is hosting two upcoming events:

Christmas Coffee: Friday, Dec. 13 after dropoff in the narthex. Christmas ornaments, holiday trash bags, and Scrip cards will be aqvailable.

Gift wrapping: Friday December 13, 8a.m.-5p.m., and Saturday, December 14, 10a.m.-4p.m. in the narthex. Donations welcome; all donations will be added to The Big Give teacher and staff Christmas Fund.

Women of STP Christmas Luncheon This Sunday

All women of the parish are invited! Women of STP Meeting and Luncheon, Sunday, December 15 after the 11 a.m. Mass in the Narthex. We will be making flower arrangements and gift packages for the homebound, and collecting feminine hygiene items (donations appreciated). Join us! Would you like to bring something for the lunch? See the signup genius here.

 

Advent Wreath Making, Sunday, Dec. 1

A Family Event in Memory of Dan Needham
Sunday, December 1
2-5pm
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!