Parishioners and walk-ins can help save lives by donating during the St. Peter Bloodmobile drives held on Mondays, once every two months, in the Blue Room or the gym, between 2 p.m & 8 p.m.
Appointments at 15-minute intervals are set up to help prevent backups.
After donating, you can signup for your favorite time slot for the next drive, and enjoy some goodies at our canteen table.
The St. Peter Bloodmobile is recognized by the Red Cross as an upper-level donator group.
Drive Coordinator, Ed Foster, can best be reached at 614-459-4373.
The Lazarus Group provides a luncheon for family and friends following a funeral.
Men or women interested in working in this ministry are invited to contact the parish office, 614-889-2221.
The mission of the Health Ministry Committee is to enhance the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of the St. Peter faith community in conjunction with the pastor, clergy, and Parish Council.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is international in scope and was organized to meet the immediate needs of any person or persons, regardless of race, color, creed, or gender.
The St. Peter chapter receives calls from individuals to the Parish Office or a request from the diocese to research a case. Each case is handled on its own merits and needs; and the solutions, within set limits, are prescribed according to those needs. The only income to this society is through a second collection on fifth Sundays of the month (roughly once every three months) or through gifts from a parishioner or other donor.
To request assistance or to volunteer, contact the parish office, 614-889-2221, ext. 111.
Our committee’s purpose is to promote the Culture of Life through prayer, education, advocacy, and by providing material resources to local crisis pregnancy centers.
The message of the program is that “all human life, born or unborn, deserves respect and protection at every stage of its existence and in every circumstance of human living.”
The committee is focused on providing educational programs on the dignity of human life and the responsibility of society to protect all of its members. It has a high priority to engage the attention and mobilize the energies of Catholic people.
To volunteer or for further information, contact Becky Rubal at [email protected] or (614) 734-0858.