Liturgies & Masses

St. Peter’s College is a school in the Catholic Christian Tradition

As a community we gather on significant occasions around the Eucharistic Table.

The Mass and liturgies, generally, are a way in which we express and communicate our sense of who we are and what is important in our world.


There are opportunities for students to experience and participate in whole school liturgies and other very small informal gatherings.

Sometimes we use the Chapel or Prayer Room as a sacred space but often we use the Multi-Purpose Hall and general classrooms as places where we can ask, thank, and praise God for all that we have and are.

In 2018, the College held its first combined College Mass on our Celebration Day of St. Peter. To accommodate over 1,600 Staff, Students and Invited Guests the Mass was celebrated in the Casey Basketball Stadium,  located between both Campuses.

Students are also encouraged to attend the St. Agatha’s Parish Mass in the Cranbourne Campus Chapel each fortnight or the St. Thomas the Apostle Parish Mass held in the Clyde North Campus Prayer Room each fortnight.