Growth Opportunities for Adults

In addition to the sacraments, we enjoy a variety of opportunities that deepen our experience of and understanding of the Catholic faith. As we grow in our relationship with God, everything else starts to work better - our sense of connection to the parish, our marriages and families, our professional lives... Continuously growing closer to Christ and His Church yields beautiful fruits!




This remarkable collection of videos, digital audio, eBooks and more is available from any internet-connected device so that you can delve into the faith topics that interest you on the schedule that works best for you! And it's FREE!! Learn more...


 Women of  Grace



Advent Women's Dinner: Good food, good company, good speaker, good time... What more could anyone want? While the ladies are nurtured by an evening designed to focus minds and hearts on the season of Advent, the men of the parish graciously serve a catered dinner. Women of any parish or faith are welcome to join us for this fun, relaxing evening.


 Men's Faith


  Led by men from the parish, this group meets the 4th Monday of each month. By discussing current Catholic readings, they develop meaningful friendships and deeper faith. All men 18 and older are encouraged to join as often as they are able. Contact John Ceddia to learn more.


 Widow &  Widower's  Social Faith  Connection

  This faith-based social group meets informally once a month - dinner out, Mass and brunch, a faith event or concert, etc. If you have experienced the loss of a spouse, we hope you'll join us for fun and fellowship! Contact Barb DeBurger or Ken Brand (541-0793) for details.


 Coffee Talk


On Sundays from 9:30AM-10:45AM (September-May) we meet in the KAC Meeting Rooms to discuss a variety of faith topics over coffee and treats. We hope you will join us soon! No registration is necessary. Learn more by contacting Deacon Gerry Flamm.




Devotions are spiritual practices that help individuals incorporate their faith into their day-to-day lives. They may seem simple, but they can be quite powerful! Sincerely engage in a devotion for a month or two and see what a difference it can make.


 Parish  Library


If you enter the main doors of the church, the library is to your left. The shelves are labeled to help you find books for particular topics. To borrow a book, simply write your name on the book card that you'll find in the back of the book and put the card in the metal box you'll see on the shelf. When you're finished, you can leave the book in the basket on the top shelp; we'll take care of re-shelving it for you.


 Rosary  Groups


Monday and Tuesday mornings, around 7:35 AM, our Rosary Group gathers in the Church to say the Rosary together before Mass begins. Come as often as you can to meditate on the Mysteries.

We also have a Monday Night Rosary Group that meets at 7 PM to pray the Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. Come experience these beautiful devotions!




Then he said

to his disciples,

“The harvest is plentiful,

but the laborers

are few; 

therefore ask

the Lord of the harvest

to send out laborers

into his harvest.”

Matthew 9:37-38


Have you been away from the Catholic Church for a while? Are you a non-Catholic trying to learn more about the Faith?


We welcome you and are happy to help in any way we can; feel free to contact us.