Sunday Morning Mass


Our Sunday morning mass begins at 10:30am with Father Michael Jeeva Antony, our pastor, presiding.

Mary Grace Wible leads our choir and the community in song and prayer. Once a month, the children's choir leads the community in song and prayer.

One weekend a month from September-May, we have a youth mass. This lively mass features our high school and middle school youth giving service to the community.

Most Sundays we offer Children's Liturgy of the Word for school age children. After the entrance rite, the children process out to our chapel for their own Liturgy of the Word. They rejoin the community for the Liturgy of the Eucharist. The children will rejoin their parents for the Liturgy of the Eucharist.


As you enter for worship in the gathering space you will be greeted by members of the parish community.

After every mass, there is time for hospitality and getting to know your brothers and sisters in Christ. Usually there are pastries, juice, and fair trade coffee being served. Occasionally, there will be an ice cream social, a pot luck or a cook out.

Service to others

Faith without works is an empty faith. Parishioners bring in non-perishable food items for the St. Vincent de Paul Food boxes located by the book racks. A representative sample of the food collected is brought to the altar along with the the gifts of bread and wine. St. Peter's works for economic justice through the promotion of fair trade. Fair trade guarantees indigenous people a fair price for the handicrafts they make and grow. This allows these people to support their families and communities through legitimate work. For many families, this is the first time they could afford to educate their children. After mass in late November and December we have a fair trade fair with crafts from around the world. We also offer St. Peter's fair trade coffee for sale at every mass. In addition to supporting the small coffee growers, one dollar per pound is given to Catholic Relief Services to use in setting up more cooperatives in the poorest nations. We also collect other items to aid various local charities in serving the needy of Eugene.

Our actions as Christian disciples in the world is a direct reflection of our commitment to seeing life through the prism of the Most Holy Eucharist. Guided by our participation in the mass, we become "bread for the world."

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