Contact Us!
Contact us by using our convenient online form, or you may visit our staff directory.

NEW PARISHIONERS
  New Parishioners Welcomed! To register: either download the Parish Registration Form from this site, or pick up a copy at the parish office. Thank you.

PRAYER LINE
  Prayer Line

LITURGIES / DEVOTIONS
  Extraordinary Form Mass 
  Sunday Rosary for the Intentions of Our Priests
  Rosary for the Unborn

PERPETUAL ADORATION
  Perpetual Adoration Information

SACRAMENTS
  Baptisms
  Marriages
  Funerals

ADULT MINISTRIES
  Bereavement Ministry
  St. Francis Society
  Miles Christi Group
  Spiritual Cup of Coffee

COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN
   St. Peter Church Catholic Woman's Club

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
  Knights of Columbus - St. John Neumann Council

COMMUNITY OUTREACH
  Samaritan House

St. Peter Church at 425 N. Fourth St., Steubenville, OH 43952 US - Home

WELCOME TO ST. PETER CATHOLIC CHURCH
Diocese of Steubenville






St. Peter Church is the first Roman Catholic Church established in Steubenville, Ohio.  The church is open during daylight hours for prayer. The St. Peter Church Adoration Chapel is located beneath the main church, and is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Our web site is updated regulary for your convenience. For Holy Day Mass schedule, please refer to the current uploaded bulletin. On the main page of our web site there is a list (right side), click on appropriate "word" to find information on our Mass and Confession schedule, office hours, staff, contact information, etc.
 
The priests in residence are: Fr. Timothy Huffman, Pastor, and Fr. Jonas Shell,  Parochial Vicar.  The parish deacon is Deacon Tom Maedke.
 
For information on any aspect of parish life, please call the church office (open M-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m) at 740-282-7612, and speak with the office manager, Jen Lefever, or the parish secretary, Nancy Givens.

New members are welcomed.
Thank you. 

 



Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration at St. Peter Church

 
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The suffering of Jesus on the Cross, that reflects the pain of humanity and represents the divine response to the mystery of the evil that is so difficult to understand, was the theme of Pope Francis' catechesis during the general audience held today, Holy Wednesday, in which the liturgy ...

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