Saint Peter the Apostle

Louisville
Established 2008
Registrations: 1680

Please note: parish office is different from its location/mailing address.

LOCATION/MAILING ADDRESS:
5431 Johnsontown Rd., Louisville, Ky. 40272-3463

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PARISH OFFICE

7718 Columbine Dr., Louisville, Ky. 40258-2424
Phone: (502) 937-5920
FAX: (502) 937-5927
E-mail: bcolyer@saintpeterapostle.org
Web site: www.saintpeterapostle.org

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CLERGY
Administrator Pro Tempore: Rev. Thomas A. Smith
Permanent Deacons: Gregory L. Klinglesmith, Stephan J. Smith

MASS SCHEDULE
Sundays — Sat evening: 4:30 p.m.; Sun: 8:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m.
Holy Days — Contact parish
Daily — Tue–Thu: 8:00 a.m.; Fri: 8 a.m. (During school year only at St. Andrew Academy.)

RECONCILIATION
Saturdays — 3:30–4 p.m.

SAINT ANDREW ACADEMY
7724 Columbine Dr., Louisville, Ky. 40258-2424
Phone: (502) 935-4578, ext. 237
Fax: (502) 933-2204
Principal: Jennifer Barz
Email: jbarz.standrew@gmail.com
Web site: www.saintandrewacademy.org

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HISTORY

Saint Peter the Apostle Catholic Church is the first five-church merger in the Archdiocese of Louisville and is one of a handful of mergers this size in the country. The creation of this parish came out of the sacrifice of its people to unite into one parish for the resourceful management of assets and a new spiritual direction for an already strongly-established community of believers. At the present there are about 1,670 registered families in the parish. These 3,728 parishioners are worshipping at a newly-constructed, 1,200-seat church that was completed in 2010.

The parish school, Saint Andrew Academy, is located at 7724 Columbine Drive and represents a commitment of this parish to the education of its children. These faith-filled people are proud of their civic communities of Pleasure Ridge Park and Valley Station, and the sharing of their Christian Catholic heritage reflects a true blessing of fellowship.

The mission statement of Saint Peter the Apostle Parish says it clearly. We are “committed to announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ and thus forming its members into a community of disciples who make God’s love known.” Our four goals are to generate parish unity, live our faith joyfully, nourish our faith continually, and proclaim our faith through action.