We like to think of ourselves as an extended family comprised of sinners who are called to become saints. In responding to that call which we received in baptism, we acknowledge and employ the various gifts we have received from the Holy Spirit to build up the Body of Christ in this area. Since the election of Pope Francis in 2013, we are endeavoring to become a church that is "poor and for the poor". After all, Jesus said, "blessed are the poor in spirit for the kingdom of God belongs to them." We are discovering that there are many differing kinds of poverty and that our mission is to identify and reach out to them. One particularly rampant kind of poverty that is widespread in our culture is that there are so many people who know little or nothing about Jesus and his gospel. This calls for a new evangelization in which we learn to live among and speak to others in ways that reflect the love and mercy of God.
If you are interested in or looking to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ we invite you to consider becoming a member of our faith community. We welcome you to come and see for yourself. Our church services are published elsewhere on this home page. May God bless you with a beautiful day and a beautiful life.