Feel free to call the parish on information concerning how you can become involved in our ministries at Sts. Peter and Paul Byzantine Catholic Church.
Adult Education - Take part in scripture studies and/or other ongoing learning experiences of our Byzantine Catholic Church. Explore the rich history and meaning behind our traditions, and the biblical significance of these traditions.
Altar Servers - Assist the pastor at all Liturgical Services. Ages 10 to 110 welcome.
Cantoring - Lead the congregation in singing responses for the Divine Liturgy and other Liturgical Services.
Eucharistic Ministry - To assist the pastor in the visitation and Eucharistic distribution to those parishioners who are homebound or in other care facilities.
Infant of Prague Manor - Independent living facility for senior citizens in the community.
Parish Guild - A social group for men and women who do fundraising for the church and get together for fun times and to make new friends.
Oblates - The sisters of Queen of Heaven Monastery, a Benedictine monastery of the Byzantine Church, welcome men and women to become Oblates of Saint Benedict. Once a month the Oblates meet at the monastery with others who want to grow in their relationship with God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—using the Rule of Benedict as a guide. They discuss articles and books of current interest or enduring spiritual value. Oblates pray a portion of the Byzantine Divine office daily and grow in their appreciation for the beauty and meaningfulness of the psalms and prayers. Call 330-856-1813 for more information.
Parish Advisory Board - Parishioners are invited to be put up for nomination to advise and vote on church matters.
Lector - Proclaims the Epistle reading at the Divine Liturgy and other Liturgical Services. If the reading is done to the edification of the hearers, this will lead others to a better understanding of the Word of God.
St. Vincent DePaul Meals Program - On the first Wednesday of every month SS. Peter and Paul Church members gather at St. Vincent DePaul mission in Warren, Ohio. They prepare and serve the poor and hungry in the area. Usually well over 100 meals are served. If there are five weekends in the month, we also serve on the fourth Saturday.
Sunday School Teachers - Offer their talents to work with the children of the parish and sometimes to coordinate ongoing ECF (Eastern Christian Formation) programs.
Work Crew and Maintenance - All able-bodied people who can assist with any aspect of the church maintenance gather at the church to work together to complete projects as needed.