Welcome

Worship, Discipleship, Outreach

We welcome all visitors to St. Peter's Catholic Church and thank you for celebrating the liturgy of the Holy Eucharist with us. We wish you the most enjoyable stay in our beautiful area and pray for a safe journey home.        

 

 

Parish Mission

Richly blessed in numbers, talents, and resources, we the people of St. Peter the Fisherman Roman Catholic Church, are commissioned by Christ, inspired by his teaching, motivated by love, and called by our very Baptism to be the living sign of God's loving presence in the community of the Twin Lakes Area.


Look for updates on Flocknote emails, text, and CYM Facebook page.

To keep you informed, click here.

Lenten Novena of Masses, click here

Consecration to St. Joseph, click here.


SEASON OF LENT: KEEPING A HOLY LENT

As we celebrate the season of Lent, it is helpful to recall the discipline of the Church regarding fast, abstinence, and other forms of penance.

The law of fasting allows one full meal and two smaller ones on a fasting day. The law of fasting obliges all between the ages of 18-59.

The law of abstinence prohibits the eating of meat on an abstinence day. The obligations of abstinence begin at 14.

The Fridays of Lent are days of abstinence in the United States.

Good Friday is a day of fast and abstinence.

Pastors and parents are to see to it that minors, though not bound by the laws of fast and abstinence, are educated in the authentic sense of penance and encouraged to do acts of penance suitable to their age.

All members of the Christian faithful are encouraged to do acts of penance and charity during the Lenten season beyond what is prescribed by law.


Offices are open at different hours each day, but the doors have been locked.   We are doing what we can at this time.     

Envelopes can be mailed to the church or placed in the safe in the back of the Church.                Thank you.

 

Confessions: Saturdays, 1 pm - 4 pm; and by appointment.


 


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Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 298                                  Mountain Home, AR 72654

Phone: 870-425-2832

Fax: 870-424-5172

Email: stpeters@spccmtnhome.org

 

Sunday Masses

Saturday: 4:00 PM

Sunday: 7:00 am ~ 8:30 am                               11:00 AM

Sunday Latin: 2:00 PM on 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of the month

Weekday Masses

Monday through Saturday, 7:15 AM

Wednesday and Friday, 5:15 PM

Stations of the Cross after Friday Mass

Holy Days

As announced


Dispensation from attending Mass obligation due to the COVID-19 pandemic ended October 1, 2020. Click here to read the Bishop's letter.

However, there are certain restrictions in place to safeguard everyone's health that you should follow while attending mass.

Please read and know the restrictions about attending mass.

COVID Mass Restrictions (WORD document)

COVID Mass Restrictions (PDF)

Message from Bishop Taylor regarding COVID-19 vaccines, click here.

For more information contact the church office.  870-425-2832