Christian Formation

In St. Peter the Apostle School, the Center for Christian Formation (CCF) enriches one’s personal faith in the Triune God through its three components – the Christian Living Education, the Campus Ministry, and the Pastoral Ministry. The Center envisions the formation and development of committed Catholic Christians who are strong in their faith, able to witness the Gospel of Jesus in their thoughts, words, and deeds and ready to serve the needs of others joyfully. Its mission is to create a faith-filled campus, provide evangelization, outreach program, formation activities, and to celebrate the faith in various liturgical gatherings.One of the components of the Center for Christian Formation (CCF) is the Christian Living Education (CLEd). The area envisions a God-centered, transformed, and renewed Chinese-Filipino community of learners motivated by love of God and service to community.

The CLEd area commits itself to deepen the pupils’ and students’ knowledge of God through a faith-seeking understanding Catholic Christian instruction. Furthermore, it commits itself to develop Peterians who will become:

  • responsive to the needs of the time;

  • obedient to Christian norms and values;

  • Christ-centered; and

  • knowledgeable about the doctrines of the Church and rooted in the Scriptures

The Campus Ministry exists to serve the SPAS community and to extend services as well to the needs of the local Church and the community. It is engaged in organizing, implementing and facilitating faith-enriching programs and activities that will help in the spiritual growth and development of all the members of SPAS community. Its programs are as follows:

  • Celebration of the Holy Eucharist on Sundays, Solemnities, First Fridays, and special occasions;

  • Regular Confession;

  • Celebration of the Word;

  • Devotional Prayers and Scriptural Readings;

  • Grade Level Feast Day and Family Day;

  • Retreats and Recollections;

  • First Holy Communion;

  • Sacrament of Confirmation; and

  • Vocation Campaign and Spiritual Formation for school personnel.

The Pastoral Ministry is tasked to organize and promote social awareness and responsibility among the SPAS community. Its programs are as follows:

  • Support programs of Pondo ng Pinoy, Mission Month, and Scholarship; and

  • Community extension program to the barangays under the St. Peter the Apostle Parish and orphanages.