Sunday: 10AM in English
Sunday: 12:30PM in Spanish
Mon., Thu., Fri. 8AM
Mon., Thurs., Fri. 1 hour following the 8:00am Mass
Wed. 5:15pm - 6:15pm
One hour before weekend Masses
By appointment or
Saturday 4:45pm - 5:15pm
Sunday 9:15am - 9:45am
Wednesday 5:15pm - 6:15pm
A - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time
"He said the blessing, broke the loaves, and gave them to the disciples, who in turn gave them to the crowds, They all ate and were satisfied."
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We the family of St. Peter the Rock Parish are grateful for your support.
Though gathering together as a community has begun last weekend with social distancing. St. Peter the Rock is dependent on your weekly offering in order to maintain expenses and operations. Please consider On Line Giving as an option.
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Summer Time Attire at Mass
The Church is a sacred place. Therefore, please remember to dress appropriately in a modes, dignified, and respectful manner before the Lord
Prayer and Devotion
The Blessed Sacrament is reserved in the main church for individual prayer and adoration.
The Church will be open From:
Mon.-Fri.: 8:30am - 2:00pm
Sat. & Sun. 9:00am - 1:00pm
We will expose the Blesses Sacrament if we have two or more guardians to stay with the Lord for one hour. There is plenty of space to spread out. Please sign up for an hour. Sign up sheets will be in the narthex or contact the church office to reserve a time.
Stations of the Cross prayer books are available in the back of the church for your use.
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Georgia Bulletin Link below:
Mass Dispensation extended to 8/30/2020
St. Ann Volunteers Harvesting Hope with Community Garden
Pope at Pallium Mass. World needs to pray more, complain less
Religious Education (CCD)
St. Peter the Rock is in need of Catechist for the upcoming year 2020-2021, beginning August 2020. Please prayerfully consider becoming a catechist and teaching our children the Catholic Faith. This is an important ministry and one that comes with a responsibility to teach the whole Catholic and Apostolic faith. Our children must be well formed and know the surpassing treasure they have in Christ and his Church and how to practice it.
The apostolic work of the catechist springs from the Sacrament of Baptism through which all believers come to share in the prophetic ministry of Christ and the evangelizing mission of the Church. It is strengthened by the Sacrament of Confirmation. The call t the ministry of catechist is a vocation, and interior call, the voice of the Holy Spirit. Catechists need to be practicing Catholics who participate fully in the communal worship and life of the Church and who have been prepared for their apostolate by appropriate catechetical training. (National Directory of Catechesis, p. 228-229)
One should be committed to living by God's will, devoted to daily prayer and living the sacramental life.
If you have any questions please contact Fr. Thomas Zahuta or Sherre Rohling srohling @upson.kas.ga.us