Welcome to St. Peter's
At St. Peter the Apostle University and Community Parish, we hope to keep Jesus Christ as our reference point for everything. A living relationship with our Lord is essential so as to discover the joy, hope, peace, love, freedom and life for which our hearts yearn.
The parish staff and lay leadership of St. Peter the Apostle University & Community Parish wish everyone a safe, blessed, and happy Easter season.
New Brunswick Ciclovia - April 19
Please note that New Brunswick Ciclovia is taking place on Sunday, April 19th from 11 AM to 4 PM. Please allow extra travel time when coming to 11:00 Mass and the Eucharistic Holy Hour this Sunday.
Parish Office Closed - April 21
Please note that on Tuesday, April 21st, the Parish Office will be closed for a staff day of prayer. Daily Mass will take place as usual.
World Meeting of Families 2015 in Philadelphia
Mark your calendar for the 8th World Meeting of Families, taking place this September 22-27 in Philadelphia. This event includes speakers, celebrations, activities for kids, and prayer, all to bring transformation and renewal for you, your family, and the world.
Twitter feed: @WMF2015
St. Peter's Young Adults
We're happy to offer exciting opportunities for young adults to connect with each other and deepen their relationship with Christ and the Church. Our next First Friday Adoration is May 1st. Also, join us for brunch after Mass every Sunday!
We have a new provider for online giving, and we want to invite you to check it out. Online giving means your contributions happen automatically – no need to write a check or remember to bring your envelopes.
St. Peter's is now a "University & Community Parish"
The decree of Bishop Paul G. Bootkoski, officially designating St. Peter's as the University Parish for the Catholic community at Rutgers, took effect on January 1, 2014. What does that mean for us?
Visiting St. Peter's Church - Directions & Parking Info
Coming to St. Peter's and need directions? We've got you covered!
We know that finding a place to park in our neighborhood has often been a hassle.