The Finance Committee oversees the fiscal responsibilities of the parish and produces the Annual Financial Report. It also works with the Pastor and Business Manager in preparing and approving the Annual Budget, overseeing and approving major capital expenditures as well as reviewing the operating budget and providing important guidance in the financial management of the parish.
The Renew My Church Unification Committee is a group of 15 parishioners from two parishes who meet weekly to provide input and wisdom in bringing the two parishes together. The committee's goal is to ensure that all parishes across the archdiocese have the vision, leadership, resources, and operational foundation necessary to create an effective culture of evangelization.
Spiritual Life Committee
The Spiritual Life Commission organizes opportunities for the parish community to gather for prayer, fellowship, education and faith formation.
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal brotherhood of Catholic gentlemen organized around the principles of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. We exist to serve our families, our communities, and our Church according to Catholic principles.
Men's Club of Ss. Peter and Lambert
Join the men of the parish as they sponsor events to raise funds with the goal of making religious education free for our parishioners. Meets monthly at the Ratskeller Hall at St. Peter Church. No meetings in the summer.
This club for seniors plans various social events for anyone over the age of 50.
Fil-Am Club of St. Peter
Founded in 1983, Filipino parishioners formed this group to support parish activities & preserve our Filipino customs & traditions. Through the years, FilAm members have shared their talent by holding cultural shows in our parish and treasures by raising funds for our parish & school before it was closed. Simbang Gabi novena mass is the most popular Filipino tradition that members continue to sponsor every year.
Filipino Families of Skokie (FFOS)
In 1983, Fr. Murtaugh gathered twelve couples, known as “The Twelve Apostles,” to promote Filipino involvement in the parish. By the next year, they had grown to twenty-one couples, and in 1985 they formally organized as the Filipino Families of Skokie (FFOS). The group has grown through the years and sponsors a wide variety of activities, including special devotions and social activities like the quadrennial dances in Trainor Hall.