Family Promise - Our parish supports this organization by providing food when called upon by our church partner.
Helping Hands - Drivers are needed at various times. Those willing to help may need to drive people to Mass (see also Transportation Ministry) or doctor’s appointments or make trips to the drug store.
Ministry to Homebound - Makes visits to those who are unable to leave home and visit the area nursing facilities. To share your time and conversation become part of this ministry!
Our Lady’s Pantry - is an outgrowth of the social services ministry at St Peter’s Catholic Church. It began in 1993 in a closet located in the parish office. The mission of Our Lady’s Pantry is to follow the command of Jesus Christ to “feed the poor”. We endeavor to accomplish our mission in the spirit of pious humility and respect for all who are in need of our assistance. In addition, we will make every effort to assist those who have other needs by referring them to other agencies, through prayer, and other works of mercy. Today, the pantry is operated in partnership with the parish as a ministry of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Charleston.
The pantry is located in the Sacred Heart House at 30 Carolyn Dr on Lady’s Island. For additional information call (843) 770-0107.
St. Francis Center - This Diocesan Outreach Mission for northern Beaufort County is staffed by the Sisters of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, who dedicate themselves to evangelization, eldercare, education, and ecumenism. Parishioners provide time, talent, and treasure for this outreach program.
Thumbs-up, Inc. - Non-profit organization established to provide tutoring and enrichment activities for “at risk children”. Volunteers are needed to provide one-on-one tutoring Monday through Thursday from 4:00-6:00pm to help children in grades 1 to 7 with homework in an off campus location.
Transportation Ministry - Volunteers drive a church vehicle and pick up shut-ins who have a desire to come to Mass. Possibilities include expanding this ministry to also give a ride to cruise ship passengers passing through Beaufort.