65101Jefferson City, MO 65101
St. Peter Catholic Church Jefferson City, MO 65101St. Peter Catholic Church
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WELCOME TO ST PETER

CATHOLIC CHURCH

216 broadway

jefferson city, mo 65101

573-636-8159


Mass Schedule
  • Monday Through Friday 7:00am and 12:03pm in the Chapel
  • Saturdays - Vigil Masses at 5:15pm and 7:00pm
  • Sunday - Mass 7:00am, 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am, 1:00pm (Mass in Spanish)

Confessions: Saturday 4:00 - 5:00pm or by appointment

Please note that all Parish email addresses ending

in @stpeterjc.org have changed to

@saintpeterjc.org

This change does NOT affect the school - all their

information will remain the same.




FR. CHARLES PARDEE

PASTOR

FR. SIMEON ETONU

ASSOCIATE PASTOR








Schedule

INCLEMENT WEATHER

In the event of inclement weather
(snow, ice, etc. that closes the school),
the parish staff will attempt to open
the Parish Office if travel is safe.
If you need to come to the office on
such a day, please call the office
before making the trip, and be
aware that office hours will most
likely be shortened due to the
weather. If you have an activity at
Church and the weather is bad,
call the Parish Office to see if your
activity is still taking place.










































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