Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church has opened the church back up for Mass. We will have Mass at the regular times; Weekley at 8:00 a.m., Satuday at 5, Sunday at 8 and 10. We will continue to live stream Mass at 10 a.m. on Sunday on Facebook for parishioners that are not able to attend Mass yet. Instructions to follow for the opening of the Church for Mass guidlines are on our website, Parish App, and Facebook account. Please read them carefully.
Bulletins will be handed out after Mass and found on our website, Facebook and on our Parish App. For those who are not using smart phones to see the bulletin please call the church office at 754-4002 with your name and address and we will mail you a bulletin.
We still encourage our parishioners to mail your weekly contribution envelopes to our parish office, or set up online donations. If you are able to attend Mass there will be a place at the entrance of church to place your contribution in.
Our Catholic Parish Community welcomes you to our Church and thanks you for visiting our website. We are a community of believers including St. Anthony's in Farwell and St. Joseph's in Elba. If you are a visitor or just passing through, we wish you well. Our mission is to be of service to others, provide a place of worship, and evangelize our faith in Jesus Christ. We pride ourselves on the faith formation we provide the youth in our parish. Whether you are a returning Catholic, a newcomer to the Howard County area, or someone with an emerging interest in the Catholic faith, I and all the parishioners of Sts. Peter and Paul welcome you to our parish family.
For over 125 years Sts. Peter and Paul church has been serving the people of Howard County. The present church was built 27 years ago. In the summer of 2017, we built a new parish life center. Our parish life center is used for parish celebrations, our youth CCD classes, and our annual bazaar.
For more information stop by our Parish Office or call us at (308) 754-4002. Jesus said, "Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you." -John 20:21
Fr. Rayappa Konka