The Church of St. Michael and St. Peter
4782 West Seneca Turnpike
Syracuse, NY 13215


Church History

This video is titled: 

"This is the Spirit of our Past"  

The history of St. Michael-St Peter Church

Mass Schedule

Weekend Masses

Saturday 5:00 P.M.

Sunday 7:30 A.M.

Sunday 9:00 A.M.

Sunday 11:15 A.M.

Daily Mass

Monday, Wednesday 7:00 A.M.

Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 9:00 A.M.

Friday 7 A.M. Communion Service

Holy Days of Obligation

12:10 P.M.

6:30  P.M.


Saturday 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM

Baptisms and Baptism Classes

Call Rectory for Preparation and Appointment

Matrimony - Contact Pastor

6 months notice required

New Parishioners - Sign up forms are available at Church entrance or Rectory office or request sign up form on-line.


Welcome to our Parish


Come see Gail Lyons Harpist  Details here

The Church of St. Michael and St. Peter is a Catholic community committed to the Word and example of Jesus Christ.  We seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit and the wisdom of the Father as we support the local and world community.  Sharing our lives and our gifts, we seek to build a parish family rooted in faith, hope and love.

Directions to our church

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Events for youth in 2014

Pastoral Planning

A Time of Transformation – This is the first of a series of bulletin notes that is meant to keep you informed about the changing landscape of our diocese. In 1983, the diocese , aware that there would be a diminishing number of priests and religious, began its conversation about the transformation of  the leadership that serves our parishes. In the early nineties, it became clear that demographics of population, business, industry and culture would each blend into a period of change in our seven counties. The Pastoral Planning process invited parish leadership and others to consider the best ways to provide for dynamic, sustainable, vital, faith communities in a time of contracting economies and populations. These weekly notes invite you to walk with the process. We hope that it will provide a time of prayer and reflection that will lead parishioners to actively engage their own discipleship.


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Why Join Pastoral Council?
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Pastoral Council   FAQ

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Haiti PowerPoint  Click to see some Haiti History
October 6, 2014 was designated Respect Life Sunday. Rick Wozniak spoke on this much talked about topic.  Click here to read more about it!
Respect Life
PDF Booklet

Pope Francis has called upon us to pray for Peace in Iraq.   Pope Francis said, “violence generates more violence; dialogue is the only path to peace.”   Below is the prayer of Patriarch Sako for peace in Iraq:

Lord, The plight of our country is deep

and the suffering of Christians is severe and frightening.

Therefore, we ask you Lord to spare our lives,

                        and to grant us patience, and courage

to continue our witness of Christian values with trust and hope.

Lord, peace is the foundation of life;

Grant us the peace and stability that will enable us

to live with each other without fear and anxiety,

                        and with dignity and joy.

Glory be to you forever.   Amen.

E-Bulletin Sign Up

We also have an e-bulletin that goes out every Sunday.   Follow this link  or call the rectory to sign up and you will receive our e-bulletin every Sunday with all the news of The Church of St. Michael-St. Peter