In memory of the late Father John Guiney, St. Peter the Apostle Parish has established “The Father John Project”
as a ministry to continue his passion for welcoming both new and returning Catholics to the Church.
Father John lived a meager and humble life. His love for ALL of God’s children was witnessed in his missionary work,
specifically spending time in a leper colony.
It is our hope that through prayer and service, our parish community can come together to honor Fr. John’s legacy of love for Christ and mankind. The focus of the "Father John Project" is to take action through prayer for conversion. Father John's desire was to welcome new and returning Catholics to their home in the Church.
All parishioners are welcome and encouraged to attend, as well as to reach out to invite anyone who may be struggling to find their way "Home."
FJP is held monthly on the second Thursday of the month. The evening offers a prayer service, including the Rosary and Divine Mercy Chaplet. Confessions are also heard at this time from 7:00 pm until 7:45 pm.