San Pedro Catholic Church

San Pedro Catholic Church

14380 Tamiami Trail  
North Port, Florida 34287  

Parish Ministries of San Pedro Catholic Church

Altar Servers

Students are eligible to become Altar Servers after they have received First Communion. Those who volunteer are trained and outfitted with a cassock and surplice. A schedule with Mass assignments will be distributed monthly. Adult Altar Servers assist at the daily 8:30am Mass, the 7:30am Sunday Masses and funerals.

For more informationon becoming an altar server, please contact Denise Borrero at 423-0202.


The Adult Choir sings at the Saturday and Sunday Masses. Rehearsals are every Wednesday evening at 5:50 p.m. in the Church. In addition to the weekend Masses, members of the adult choir volunteer their time to sing at funeral liturgies during the week. For more information, please contact our music director, Nathan Boock at 426-4729.

Youth / Contemporary Choir: Students with a love for music are invited to attend our youth choir rehearsals every Wednesday from 7:00-8:30 in the Church. For more information contact Nathan Boock at 426-4729. The Youth choir sings each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. mass and includes instumentalists and singers.

Eucharistic Ministers

Pastors may call parishioners to become Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion. After a training program, the candidate is formally commissioned to serve at the altar and carry the Eucharist to shut-ins and those in nursing homes. Classes in pastoral ministry and workshops are periodically attended by those called. For more informationon becoming a Extraoridnary Minister of Holy Communion, please contact Denise Borrero at 423-0202.

Holy Name Society

The Society is a branch of a worldwide confraternity of the Church founded to publicly proclaim Jesus as our Lord and Savior. This is a spiritual organization for all men and women of the parish which also supports our Pastor by helping our parish with supplies, equipment, maintenance and financial needs through our bingo games.

For more information, please contact Ron Sadowski at 941-416-5559.


From the very beginning, Christians have gathered together to hear the word of God, and, from the very beginning, there have been individuals entrusted with the task of reading the word in the liturgical assembly. Those chosen are carefully prepared so that the reading should develop in the faithful a profound appreciation of Scripture. For more informationon becoming lector, please contact Denise Borrero at 423-0202.

Prayer Groups

The Living in the Spirit Prayer Group welcomes everyone on Thursday evenings between 7pm and 8:30pm. Format consists of prayer, worship and praise through singing, quiet time with the Lord, a weekly scriptural teaching, testimony and sharing. It is a time to gather in community to praise God on a one-to-one basis as the Spirit moves us. Contact Maria Kalapati at 426-0083.

The Medjurgorje Prayer Group. Rosary Group meets in the Church every Wednesday morning after the 8:30am Mass. The 15 mysteries of the rosary are recited as well as consecrations to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. For more information, please contact Mary Ann Gennuso at 426-6740.

For immediate prayer needs & petitions, please call Dolly at 240-5419.

Rosary Makers

This group meets the third Tuesday of every month in the Activity Center.

For more information, please contact Mary Ann Gennuso at 426-6740.


The Sacristy is the special room in the church where the sacred utensils, vestments, etc., are kept. Sacristans are dedicated volunteer who take care of these items. They serve on a rotation basis at the week-day and weekend Masses. They also assist at Funeral Masses, Memorial Masses, weddings and Baptisms.

If you would like to volunteer and be a Sacristan, contact Patricia (Pat) Lucia at 257-8358.


Come one, come all, to social events for men and women every Friday at the Activity Center beginning with Line Dancing from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., followed by Bridge and Pinochle from 12:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lessons available to newcomers.

St. Vincent de Paul

An international organization that helps the needy with food, clothing and financial assistance. It also provides aid during disasters, floods, hurricanes, etc. Help is made possible through the generosity of the parishioners via the poor boxes and donations of food and clothing. Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of each month at 9:00 a.m. in the Activity Center.


Ushers help out before, during and after each Mass. Duties include seating people, taking up collections at Mass, assisting Euchasistic Ministers, crowd control when required, and passing out the bulletins.

For more information, please contact Ron Sadowski at 941-416-5559

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