Not only is Jesus the hope for the world, but the church is the body of Christ so is also the hope for the world.
— Rick Warren

WHAT SHOULD A CHURCH COMMUNITY BE?

We desire that parishioners feel a true sense of ownership in our parish community. A parish is more than just a place where you go to Mass. Our vision of a parish community involved four things.

Click on each below to learn what we want you to experience when you're with us:

1. It's a Sacred place.

It’s a SACRED PLACE where the human and divine meet. We intimately encounter Jesus in the sacraments and worship.

2. It's a place of spiritual nourishment.

It’s a place where people receive SPIRITUAL NOURISHMENT, guidance, inspiration and strength - from our clergy and laity called to ministry in our community.

3. It’s a SPIRITUAL HOME.

It’s a SPIRITUAL HOME where people share each other’s joys, support each other in times of sorrow, offering encouragement to those who are struggling and help to those who are broken by life’s trials and tragedies.

4. It’s a SOCIAL PLACE.

It’s a SOCIAL PLACE where people make new friends, reach out to the less fortunate, invite others to become a part of the parish community of believers.

Even the best of parishes can become even better when parishioners take an active interest in making the parish grow and prosper.